Rorate Caeli

Event: Lepanto!

A High Mass will be offered on the Feast of the Holy Rosary, Friday, 7 October 2011, at St. Titus Church, 952 Franklin Ave, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, (just NW of Pittsburgh) at 6pm, followed by the Fourth Annual Battle of Lepanto Dinner.

This year's speaker is Dr. David Allen White. The celebrant will be a priest of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest. Holy Rosary & Confessions begin at 5:30pm. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Woodlawn Council 2161 Traditional Latin Mass Guild. For more information please visit:

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Anonymous said...

And the Battle of Lepanto this year is being fought in the streets of Madrid.


M. A. said...

"And the Battle of Lepanto this year is being fought in the streets of Madrid."

Where the are public rosary processions?

Anonymous said...

Wonderful news!
I'm just back from a trip to Barcelona where I prayed at the the cathedral in front of the miraculous crucifix of the battle of Lepanto

"The crucifix from the ship of Don Juan of Austria in The Battle of Lepanto. The oncoming Moslem Turks shot a cannon at it and the Corpus miraculously swerved to the right, avoiding the shot, and stayed that way ever since. This treasure is venerated at The Cathedral of San Eulalia in Barcelona, Spain."

M. A. said...


Where are the public rosary processions?

Mr. Ortiz said...

I have heard Dr. White lecture.

He's worth a road trip. He's a wise, eloquent man.

J. G. Ratkaj said...

"Where the are public rosary processions?"

Attributable to the postconciliar crisis and the implemented "reforms" the popular piety has been drastically enfeebled. Saints and Rosary Processions, are indispensable to manifest and indicatethe the prominent presence of the faith and catholic religion in a society. Now the streets are mainly occupied by neobolshevik agitators, vandals, sodiomites and their following. So WYD, by all its possible weak points, is a good thing and idea and has to be supported. It is a great offence for the enemies of the church, when young people en masse express their faith and loyality to Christ and his vicar.