Rorate Caeli

Events: Pontifical TLM in D.C. Area / New regular TLM in Manitowoc, Wisconsin / Traditional week taking place in Lexington, KY till Friday.

1. "All this week through Saturday (Oct. 1), His Excellency Bishop Peter Elliott, Auxiliary of Melbourne, Australia, will be celebrating the Low Traditional Latin Mass at 10:00a.m. at Old St. John the Evangelist in Silver Spring. There is no sermon."


2. At the request of his Excellency, Bishop David L. Ricken of the Diocese of Green Bay, the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest will offer a Traditional Mass beginning this Sunday, October 2nd, 2011, the External Solemnity of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary, at St. Boniface Church, Manitowoc, Wisconsin.

Holy Mass will be offered by priests of the Institute on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th (when occurring) Sunday of each month at 1:30PM. Confessions will be heard beginning at 1:00PM.

St. Boniface is located at 1001 Marshall St. (corner of Marshall St. and 10th St.) in Manitowoc.


3. A Traditional Mission is taking place this week (Monday 9-26-11 through Friday 9-30-2011) at the FSSP Church in Lexington, KY. It begins at 7:00PM each night, with the Rosary said before it starts (beginning at around 6:35PM). There is confession one hour before, and then for as long as necessary after it ends. The Mission is being held at St. Peter's Church, located at 153 Barr Street Lexington, KY.

The following is a link to the website:

This is a link to the Bulletin with information about the Mission:


  1. Anonymous11:35 PM

    My husband has been attending the mission in Lexington and it is very good. If you are able to attend the remaining nights, I highly recommend it.

  2. Gratias6:38 AM

    We are moving ahead. Relentlessly forward. Deo et Benedictus gratias.


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