Rorate Caeli

Notes from the Iberian Peninsula

1. Our friends at "Missa Tridentina em Portugal" publish pictures of the "Seminar on Traditional Liturgy", held by the Fraternidad de Cristo Sacerdote y Santa María Reina, in collaboration with the Institute of the Good Shepherd (*Updated), for priests of Spain, Portugal, and other European nations, in the city of Pontevedra, Spain.

2. Reader Hugo Abreu informs us that the Traditional Latin Mass in Fátima (earlier post) is still a "private" (though open to the public). The chapel is too small to receive laity, they will ask the Bishop a larger Church. On the other hand, there is now, at last, a Diocesan Latin Mass open to the public in Portugal (although in the Ordinary Form), which is on a major Church of Lisbon, the Basílica dos Mártires (Our Lady of the Martyrs), which is very central, right in front of most famous cafe in the country, "A Brasileira".

5 comments:

Hugo Pinto Abreu said...

Thank you. My blog partner will be there this Sunday and will report the events, God willing.

John (Ad Orientem) said...

That top picture is stunningly beautiful.

ICXC NIKA
John

Anonymous said...

held by the Institute of Christ the King for priests of Spain and Portugal in the city of Pontevedra, Spain

As one who was blessed to be able to spend a semester in Compostela during college, I must correct the esteemed author:
Galiza nom e Espanha :-)
(Galicia is not Spain!)

Santiago, ora pro nobis

Anonymous said...

Hi. There's no way to write a comment on the post about demons' faith. Unfortunately, there is a mistake in the post. "and they know that God would not work a miracle in association with a prophet speaking in His name" Presumably the author meant that "they know that God would not work a miracle UNLESS in association with a prophet speaking in His name." Thanks, Tobias

Anonymous said...

Queridos amigos: hay un error en los datos de la noticia. Las I Jornadas de formación litúrgica en Pontevedra (España)no han sido organizadas por el Institituo de Cristo Rey, sino por la Fraternidad de Cristo Sacerdote y Santa María Reina en colaboración con el Instituto del Buen Pastor.