Thursday, 25 June 2009

Upcoming events...

Just a reminder for this weekend....

And there are a few EWTN programs coming up to that might be worth a look either on tv if you have the channel, or online:
  • a Pontifical High Mass of the Extraordinary Form live from the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville, Alabama at 8 a.m. US ET Wednesday, July 1 (10pm Australian Eastern Standard Time) - but if you are watching on cable, you will need to check the schedule), the Solemnity of the Most Precious Blood. The celebrant will be Bishop Joseph N. Perry, Auxiliary Bishop in the Archdiocese of Chicago;

  • Pope Benedict XVI’s celebration of Vespers for the Conclusion of the Year of St. Paul live from Rome at noon US ET June 28 (8pm Australian Eastern Standard time). The following day, the Pope’s celebration of the Mass for the Solemnity of the Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul, which includes the imposition of the pallium on new archbishops. The Mass will air live from Rome at 4 a.m. ET June 29 and will re-air at 11 a.m. ET June 29.

And if you are a man and haven't signed up yet for Flavigny Monastery's Ignatian Retreats, do it now! Flavigny was originally formed to continue a tradition of offering Ignatian retreats as part of the program of re-evangelizing France in the 1930s, so has long experience in this field. The Monastery itself was originally closely associated with the SSPX, but was reconciled to Rome in the mid-1980s (before Le Barroux). You can find out more from their excellent website.

2 comments:

CG said...

Terra, have you yet read the Pentecost letter from the Archbishop of Canberra & Goulburn at www.cg.catholic.org.au/_uploads/rsfil/00724.pdf? Apologies if you have already mentioned it but I thought you would find it of interest in both tone and content, even though it relates primarily to NO Masses.

Terra said...

Have a read here: http://australiaincognita.blogspot.com/2008/05/archbishop-coleridge-on-liturgy.html.

I would be interested to hear from Canberrans just how much impact (if any( it has had.