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Holy Mass in the Extraordinary Form with Bishop Scharfenberger of Albany

February 17th, 2015, Promulgated by benanderson

From a reader:

Dear Ben,
Appreciate your website very much! If you are wondering how your friends in the Albany diocese are faring under our new bishop, take heart! Bishop Scharfenberger will celebrate the Extraordinary Form of the Liturgy on Saturday, March 14th at 10:30 a.m. at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany. This will be the first time in decades that this has occurred at the Cathedral. We are very blessed to have this wonderful man, who regularly shows up at pro-life gatherings, and who, months ago, as one of his first public acts as bishop, organized and led a rosary march of 1,000 people around the State Capital building in Albany. If you decide to note this on your website, I prefer to be anonymous, just a reader from the Albany diocese. We are so blessed!

For more info see the event “Holy Mass in the Extraordinary Form with Bishop Scharfenberger” posted by the facebook community “The Extraordinary Form in the Albany Diocese”



6 Responses to “Holy Mass in the Extraordinary Form with Bishop Scharfenberger of Albany”

  1. avatar Ben Anderson says:

    I should also note that I was alerted of this by Thinkling as well (thanks, Thinkling:

  2. avatar Bernie says:

    Apparently, Albany has been blessed like Rochester!

  3. avatar Eliza10 says:

    Oh, wow, I am HAPPY! God is blessing New York State. Praise God. What truly good news. Actions and misactions of Bishop Clark were so scandalizing to me, a new convert to Catholic, and it was further discouraging to read he had a BFF in Albany doing and saying the SAME THINGS! No wonder this state has suffered so.

    The healing, from within, has begun.

  4. avatar annspazz says:

    Lets organize a Mass mob. We should get as many people as possible to show up and support the Latin Mass in the DOA.

  5. avatar militia says:

    Also in the DoR. Every Sunday morning at 11:15AM at St. Thomas the Apostle on St. Paul Blvd. Coffee hours afterward. BUILDING COMMUNITY!

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