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FYI – High Mass – Venite Adoremus

February 15th, 2010, Promulgated by Choir

There will another High Mass at St. Stanislaus Church this Sunday at 1:30.

It’s free and open to the public; however, receiving Holy Communion is restricted to practicing Catholics in the state of grace. Never a bad seat in the “Domus Dei”. Accomplished choir and schola too. Vocal music is Renaissance and Gregorian chant. Incense galore. Solemnity. Majesty and grandeur all available at no charge. The only official approved Tridentine Mass in the Rochester diocese. German stained-glass windows. Wood altar rail with padded kneelers. Comfortable temperature. Where else will you see Roman-styled vestments in use in the DoR.

Families and all children welcomed. Restrooms available. A rather large narthex. Handicapped elevator. Security onsite. On-street and off-street parking. Latin-English missals provided. A very well stocked Catholic book table. You won’t find “Forward in Hope” at this table folks.

Due to the start of Lent, the organ music will be cutback in keeping with the more solemn nature of the Lenten season; and no Gloria. Confessions will be heard after Mass. Stay around afterward and watch our new crew of crackerjack altar boys learn how to serve the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

C’mon you know you have been interested in attending. Hope to see many new faces at the communion rail. Leave questions in the combox and I’ll answer asap.

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4 Responses to “FYI – High Mass – Venite Adoremus”

  1. Ben Anderson says:

    confession after? That's great. I'd like to get there more often, but often the schedule doesn't permit. It's so nice when I can go before or after mass.

  2. Bernie says:

    Okay. We'll be there. But, it means we will have to go to Mass twice this coming Sunday because it's "Donut Sunday" at OLV. (Lenten observances/practices do not apply to Sundays. I hope I'm right about that!) Father spends all night baking so we certainly don't want his efforts to be in vein.

  3. All that fat from donuts will surely be in our veins. I'll be there too Bernie. We can munch and run. Father does spend so much time at the oven trying to bake things to make us happy. It's like having the Pillsbury Doughboy Priest bake for us. "Nothing spells lovin' like somethin' from Father's oven".

  4. Anonymous says:

    Choir and Bernie, there better be corn with those donuts!!!!

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