Monday, December 17, 2007

Christmas Latin Mass at St. Walburga's

There will be a Christmas Mass in the Tridentine Rite (Traditional Latin Mass) at St. Walburga's in Rogers/Fletcher/Hassan Township MN. Click here for directions. St. Walburga's is also known as Mary, Queen of Peace Church and is a joint parish with St. Martin's in Rogers. Mass will be celebrated by Fr. Cloutier at 1:00 in the afternoon. This may not be an ideal time for everyone, especially on Christmas day, but as Fr. is generously offering to do this after a full slate of Masses beginning Christmas Eve at his normal parish it would be great to have as much support as possible.

Click here for some pictures of St. Walburga's.

3 comments:

Laura The Crazy Mama said...

We'll be there with bells on! Well...maybe not actual bells, that would be obnoxious. Hey, is there going to be music?

MinnesotaMan said...

Hey, is there going to be music?

Yes, thank you for volunteering, we needed some more singers.
Bells are optional

Laura The Crazy Mama said...

I'd love to volunteer. Where do I sign up?
P.S. Just because I'm offering, doesn't mean you'd like what you'd hear...you just may come to regret the invitation!

Actually, it's pretty odd, but we sang a lot of Latin Hymns (my first exposure to Latin...besides terminology in science, etc....even though I'm a cradle Catholic! Sad, isn't it?) in high school choir (public). I think that was before everyone got all antsy about being so P.C. in schools. We had a lot of great choir directors. I miss singing in a choir.

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