Thursday, December 23, 2010

Assumption Grotto Christmas Season Orchestra Masses - Extraordinary Form (1962 Misal)



I'm bringing forward and earlier post and editing some relevant items.

NOTE ABOUT CONFESSION
Tonight is the last opportunity for confession at Assumption Grotto before Christmas.  It will be from 7:30pm to 8:00pm.  This is likely going to be taking place during the Passio Domini which features Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.  This takes place each Thursday night following the 7:00pm Mass.

ORCHESTRAL MASS
Conducted by Rev. Eduard Perrone - Pastor of Assumption Grotto

I know people will ask if the Masses posted in the flyer will be Solemn High EF Masses.  I believe this is the plan, but it all depends on whether there will be enough clerics to have a celebrant, deacon, and subdeacon.  Let's just say that it is subject to change, depending on availability. Stuff happens.

As an aside, with Christmas falling on Saturday, there will NOT be a 4:00pm Mass on Christmas Day or New Year's Day.  This means you will be going to Mass again on Sunday morning, January 2nd and the Mass schedule there is the same:  6:30am (English - Ordinary Form), 9:30am (Extraordinary Form), and Noon (Ordinary Form).  With regards to English and Latin at the Noon Mass, it is usually blended.  Some priests will do the canon of the Mass in Latin, while others do it in English. 

See the complete Christmas Season Schedule for Mass and Confession, and other info here:

http://assumptiongrotto.com/2010-christmas_season_mass.htm



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2 comments:

Ben said...

"Orchestra Masses" beat the heck out of a "Polka Mass" any day! Seriously though, I wish I could be there!

"With regards to English and Latin, it is usually blended."

I assume you're referring to the ordinary form?

Diane M. Korzeniewski, OCDS said...

Indeed - the OF Mass.

I've clarified it. Thanks!