Rorate Caeli

Events: Burke in Amsterdam (now in November), Vespers in Manhattan, Conference in Connecticut

SEPTEMBER

1. Special "For the Whole Church" Conference in Norwalk, Connecticut, with Msgr. Barreiro, Prof. Perrin, and Lorenz Jäger, on Sep. 23-24:

The Society of St. Hugh of Cluny is bringing three speakers from Europe (Prof. Luc Perrin, Lorenz Jäger, and Msgr. Ignacio Barreiro) to offer various perspectives on the revival of traditional Catholicism in the wake of Summorum Pontificum (Jaeger, if you don't know him, is a friend and spiritual fellow traveler of Martin Mosebach). The curate of St. Mary Church, Norwalk, Fr. Richard Cipolla, will also speak. There will be Solemn Vespers on Friday evening and Solemn Mass the next morning, with chant and classical polyphony sung by the Schola Cantorum of St. Mary Church. Lunch will be served on Saturday. All this for the modest price of $20.
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OCTOBER

2. Catholic Artists celebrating All Hallows Eve | The Catholic Artists Society announces its next event, at Manhattan’s parish of St. Vincent Ferrer
Following its enormously successful inaugural event last May, the Catholic Artists Society will sponsor a special All Hallows Eve liturgy, lecture and reception at the Dominican parish of St. Vincent Ferrer in Manhattan at 6.30pm on October 31st, 2011.

Artists, patrons and friends of the Society are invited to the ancient and beautiful liturgy of first vespers for All Saints, which will be celebrated by Fr. Uwe Michael Lang.

Following vespers, Fr. Uwe Michael Lang will give a presentation on the subject of Art, Beauty and the Sacred. A reception with refreshments will follow.
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NOVEMBER

3. Cardinal Burke celebrates Pontifical High Mass in Amsterdam on November 6:


By special invitation of His Reverend Excellency Mgr. Punt, Bishop of Haarlem-Amsterdam, His Eminence Raymond Cardinal Burke will celebrate the Pontifical High Mass in St. Agnes Church in Amsterdam on coming November 6th.

We are most pleased and thankful to His Eminence Raymond Cardinal Burke that, despite the unforeseen circumstances and his busy schedule he found some time left at short notice for travelling to Saint Agnes Church in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. We are also very thankful to our Bishop, His Reverend Excellency Mgr Punt, for his mediation by hosting His Eminence in St. Agnes.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Spring is nearing us...

DefensorFidei said...

"Spring is nearing us..."

We should be grateful for all of these events, but let's not exaggerate.

Gratias said...

Connecticut, NYC, old Amsterdam; without a doubt there is a new Spring in the Catholic Church. In my tiny mind the Traditional Mass restoration movement is analogous to
the USA Tea Party in the context of the universal Church.

We shall overcome, some day.

Gratias said...

These small events are very much worth exagerating. Where there was nothing, now Faithful Catholics stand determined to restore what they had before it was forbidden, with the wind of Pope Benedict XVI behind their sails. Compare our present situation with what we suffered for forty years, and then please offer no complaints. Deo Gratias.