Rorate Caeli


1. This Sunday: Solemn Mass for Artists, at the Church of Our Saviour, in Manhattan.
The Mass and lecture are sponsored by the Catholic Artists Society, a newly formed association of faithful men and women in the arts and media.

More information on the society can be found here:

The music at the Mass will be special: the Missa super Credidi Propter by Orlando di Lasso, and selections from Bach, Philips, Palestrina, and Messiaen.


2. 4th All Tuscany Pilgrimage

Saturday June 4, 2011

Sanctuary of Our Lady of Montenero
Leghorn (Livorno)



h 10.30
Pilgrims gather in Piazza delle Carrozze (Montenero Basso)

h 11.00
Procession to the Sanctuary while reciting the Holy Rosary

h 11.30
Tridentine holy solemn Mass
celebrated by Rev. Mons. Gilles Wach,
Prior of the Institute Christ the King Sovereign Priest,
attending His Excellency Most Reverend Mons. Simone Giusti, bishop of Leghorn


Plenary indulgence is granted under the usual conditions to every faithful attending.

Faithful from outside Tuscany are welcome


- Pilgrims wishing to spend the night at the monastery can find accommodation at the guest quarters of the Sanctuary. It is recommended to book in advance calling 0039 328 2024106
Prices: 25 E. one night, 40 E. two nights.
- At the end of the liturgies, pilgrims will have lunch together in the monastery (16 E. per head). Anybody can join sending an email to within May 25.
- For further information write to

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