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1. Our reader L. Hertz sends us the following notice:

For the feast of the Epiphany (7 PM) , there will be a Solemn High Mass at Holy Trinity parish, in Bristow-Gainesville-Haymarket area of Virginia (8213 Linton Hall Rd, Bristow, VA 20136).

Several local seminarians from the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, the Institute of Christ the King, and St. Charles Borromeo, as well as diocesan priests, will be serving or singing at the Mass. The parish priests are Fr. Peffley and Fr. Wooton, to whom we are greatly indebted for affording us this extraordinary opportunity to offer this very solemn form of the Traditional Mass.

All are invited and encouraged to witness this magnificent liturgical form of the immemorial Roman Rite.

1 comment:

  1. What a wonderful news.Let the truth shine.Its quite heartening to see that almost day/week a new Parish offering the Tradentine Mass.There is Hope God will spare the great country of yours from chastisement for the sins committed like abortions,immorality.
    God has chosen these seminarians and priest and some Bishops in your country for this task of saving .
    Deo gratias.Let all the Bishops America wake up from their slumber and bring back the lost treasures of this sacred Mass so that no Economic Depression can affect your country.
    We have Hope.
    God Bless these Priests who Sat this Sacred Mass.
    David.
    Chennai, India.

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