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You report: Traditional Nuptial Mass in Guanajuato, Mexico


From our reader Edgar Fernández:


I wanted to share with you and Rorate's readers the photographs of a wedding celebrated with the TLM last Saturday, May 4, in the city of Guanajuato (Guanajuato state), Archdiocese of León, in Mexico. The nuptial mass was in the beautiful church of San Cayetano. The wedding of Mario R. Rincón Díaz and Liz Rivera Trejo was celebrated by Fr. Jonathan Romanoski, FSSP.

11 comments:

Christopher Leo Biddle said...

I'm would like to see veils on the altar rail of this church.

Steve Calovich said...

What is perhaps most impressive is the location of the priest giving the sermon.

fxr2 said...

What a spectacular church. Both the physical building and the TLM are truly the best we can offer. The newly weds are truly blessed.

BONIFACE said...

Here are some pics of a TLM Nuptial Mass at Assumption Grotto in Detroit from 2008. Very beautiful.

http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2008/06/pics-of-tlm-wedding-in-detroit.html

rianredd1088 said...

Certainly a bit different from most Flor Y Canto parishes in the states. "Hispanic Ministry" is a mess....

Bwangi Kilonzo said...

Slowly but surely its coming back.

b10c7854-a9f6-11e2-b973-000bcdcb8a73 said...

"Hispanic" ministry has degenerated into mariachi Masses and other assorted "folk" music. It is simply the Silly 70s brought to you in Spanish. Junk, really.

Gratias said...

A beautiful church will go a long way. Remember that, church architects. Let the mistake of my Corpus Christi Pacific Palisades church be the last one.

Angelo said...

I being Hispanic can certainly agree that "Hispanic Ministry" is a mess. Here in the US progressives are in charge of Hispanic Ministries. They have inserted a large amount of Protestant Pentecostalism into our Mass's. But lets not forget that a great many of Hispanics hold to the Traditions of our Holy Catholic Faith. The liturgical abuses are abhorred with a spirit of patience. An important piece of History must not be forgotten, we Hispanics have always had the tradition of obeying our priests as they are God's representatives. Hispanics need to be informed that times have changed and we have the right to make our concerns known to our pastors, without fear of offending God.

Dymphna said...

I find these comments a little off putting. How about a cheer for the bride and groom or a thank God, for the TLM? This post is GOOD news.

Edgar said...

Thanks New Catholic for sharing the news of the slow but steady growth of the TLM mass in our country. If you would like to see more pics of the wedding and/or the beautiful San Cayetano Church you can follow this link to the FSSP Mexico Facebook page http://tinyurl.com/boda-san-cayetano-tlm