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1962 Missal Triduum in Madrid

The rites of Maundy Thursday and Good Friday were offered last week in the parish church of San Ildefonso in Madrid, thanks to the clergy of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest. This parish church hosts Mass according to the 1962 Missal every Monday at 8:00 p.m., while two other churches in Madrid have this Mass every Sunday. (The full list of regular Masses according to the 1962 Missal in Spain can be found HERE.)

Una Voce Malaga posted the following photographs:

Good Friday - Commemoration of the Passion and Death of Our Lord


Maundy Thursday Solemn Mass:



3 comments:

  1. The Faith is not entirely lost in Spain. From the trule and magnificently sublime as we have here........................................to the absolutely ridiculous among the Lasallians.

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  2. My apologies between eyesight and a new keyboard typos are more frequent than I would like at present.

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  3. Anonymous12:42 AM

    That list is so far not representative of the regular Masses according to the 1962 Missal in Spain. It doesn´t include some that have been running since decades before any of those in that list.

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