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The liturgy of Juventutem: picture galleries
La liturgie de Juventutem: diaporamas

Mr. J. Chua, Juventutem pilgrim (Singapore), has made available these galleries of pictures of Juventutem's 2011 liturgies.
M. J Chua (Singapour), pèlerin de Juventutem, a publié ces diaporamas des liturgies de Juventutem en Espagne.

  1. Aug. 10 - Solemn Mass - Amorebieta (Biscay) / le 10 août - Messe solennelle - Amorebieta (Biscaye)
  2. Aug. 11 - Sung Mass - Amorebieta / le 11 août - Messe chantée - Amorebieta 
  3. Aug. 12 - Sung Mass - Bilbao / le 12 août - Messe chantée - Bilbao
  4. Aug. 12 - Pontifical Vespers, with the presence of Bishop Iceta - Bilbao / le 12 août - Vêpres pontificales avec Mgr. Iceta - Bilbao
  5. Aug. 13 - Dominican Rite Sung Mass - Amorebieta / le 13 août - Messe chantée selon le rit dominicain - Amorebieta
  6. Aug. 14 - Low Mass - Amorebieta / le 14 août - Messe basse - Amorebieta
  7. Assumption of the B.V.Mary - Sung Mass and Procession - Amorebieta / L'Assomption de la B. V. Marie - Messe chantée et procession - Amorebieta
  8. Aug. 17 - Pontifical Low Mass, celebrated by Bishop Aillet (Bayonne) - Madrid / le 17 août - Messe basse pontificale, célébrée par Mgr. Aillet (Bayonne) - Madrid
  9. Aug. 18 - Pontifical Mass at the Faldstool, celebrated by Bishop Rey (Fréjus) - Madrid / le 18 août - Messe pontificale au faldistoire, célébrée par Mgr. Rey (Fréjus) - Madrid
  10. Aug. 19 - Pontifical Mass at the Faldstool, celebrated by Archbishop Le Gall(Toulouse) - Madrid / le 19 août Messe pontificale au faldistoire, célébrée par Mgr. Le Gall (Toulouse) 
  11. Aug. 20 - Sung Mass - Madrid / le 20 août - Messe chantée - Madrid
[Tip / Merci à: P. Schultz]

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