Monday, November 9, 2015

Backlog of audio homilies uploaded to GrottoCast; 40 Hours Devotion next weekend

Yesterday, I caught up with the backlog of Fr. Perrone's audio homilies and all have been uploaded through yesterday's homily from the 9:30 a.m. Mass.  See the post at GrottoCast.

40 Hours Devotion

Also, take note that next Sunday, the Mass using the 1962 Missal moves to Noon for that day only, because of the closing of 40 Hours Devotion.  The 9:30 a.m. Mass will be in the new form, in Latin.  The choir will also be singing at the Noon Mass instead of the 9:30.  Fr. Perrone has gone to great lengths to promote this old Eucharistic gem that is called, 40 Hours Devotion.  Fr. William Saunders wrote a beautiful article on it in the Arlington Catholic Herald in 2003.  You can see one excerpt from that in the flyer below, which also contains the schedule.  Try to come.  Bring the family, or come in shifts.  There is no sign-up.  It has been dependent on people trickling in throughout morning, day, and evening.  Click the image to enlarge.

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