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Friday, November 18, 2005

1962 Mass in Ireland

The Catholic Monarchist reports:
The Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin, will celebrate the Tridentine Mass on Sunday, November 27th at St Audoen's Church (Dublin). There has been a regular Mass there at 11am on Sundays, but I think this is the first time that the Archbishop has celebrated.

Also Bishop John Buckley, of Cork, is allowing the Latin Mass in his diocese on Saturdays starting with the first Saturday in December (St Peter & Paul's Church - 10AM).

Finally, Bishop Hegarty of Derry recently praised the old Latin rite as "a most perfect way of offering the Holy Sacrifice."
Hopefully in the near future Sunday Mass will be permitted in Cork also.

Comments [3]

Blogger Brownthing:

Excellent. Three bishops at a time...the Latin Mass will soon take over the world!

Fri Nov 18, 04:42:00 PM GMT  
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Sat Nov 19, 12:08:00 PM GMT  
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Thu Dec 01, 01:36:00 AM GMT  

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