Thursday 24 December 2020

Three Christmas Midnight Latin Masses in the Greater Pittsburgh Area


THE Lord hath said to me: Thou art My Son, this day have I begotten Thee.  Introit.  First Mass at Midnight.

At Midnight on Christmas Eve 2020, there will be three publicly offered Traditional Latin Masses in the Greater Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, metropolitan area.

Saint James Church (Society of Saint Pius X)
326 South Main Street, West End Village, Pittsburgh, PA 15220 (Website)

Most Precious Blood of Jesus Parish
(Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest)
3250 California Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA  15212 (Website)

Saint Titus Church (Order of Saint Benedict)
952 Franklin Avenue, Aliquippa PA 15001  (Website)

Thursday 17 December 2020

“Don’t Be Afraid!” A Meditation on Christmas 2020 by Archbishop Viganò



a Meditation in expectation of the birth

of the Most Holy Redeemer


Sleep, O Celestial Child:
The nations do not know
Who has been born;
But the day will come
When they shall be
Your noble heritage;
You who sleep so humbly,
You who are hidden in dust:
They will know You as King.

Manzoni, Il Natale

In less than two weeks, by the grace of God, this year of Our Lord 2020, which has been marked by terrible events and great social upheavals, will draw to a close. Allow me to formulate a brief reflection with which to turn a supernatural gaze both towards the recent past as well as the immediate future.

The months that we leave behind represent one of the darkest moments in the history of humanity: for the first time ever, since the birth of the Savior, the Holy Keys have been used to close churches and restrict the celebration of the Mass and the Sacraments, almost in anticipation of the abolition of the daily Sacrifice prophesied by Daniel, which will take place during the reign of the Antichrist.

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