A Word on the Latin Mass – Notice to the Faithful of Holy Family Parish

Following the publication of a new motu proprio from Pope Francis, there have been some changes around the country concerning the celebration of the Latin Mass. There are currently no immediate plans to change our celebrations here at Holy Family Parish, since we are already in compliance with the new decree. May God Bless you, -Fr. PaulContinue reading “A Word on the Latin Mass – Notice to the Faithful of Holy Family Parish”

Seven Common Questions About the Traditional Latin Mass

… Extraordinary Form/Tridentine/Gregorian Mass – whichever you may have heard it referred to – in other words, the classic form of the Roman Rite What does the term “assisting at Mass” mean? This term has been used formany years, but has fallen by the wayside since the 1970s. You will hearpeople attending the Extraordinary FormContinue reading “Seven Common Questions About the Traditional Latin Mass”

Tips for Participating in the Traditional Latin Mass:

10 Tips for Getting the Most Out of the Mass It’s normal to have concerns regarding how to participate in an unfamiliar rite, particularly if you’ve been attending the Novus Ordo (Ordinary form) regularly. Some differences between the two forms of the Roman rite should be no cause for anxiety. Interior involvement – attentiveness ofContinue reading “Tips for Participating in the Traditional Latin Mass:”

What’s he mean – ‘low’ Mass, ‘high’ Mass? Solemn High Mass?

Our next “Solemn High Mass” – the first we will offer since coming to Holy Family in July – will be on Friday, March 19th at 6:00 p.m. The Feast of St Joseph – Patron of the Universal Church and Terror of Demons. 2021 is the papal Year of St Joseph. Celebrant and preacher willContinue reading “What’s he mean – ‘low’ Mass, ‘high’ Mass? Solemn High Mass?”