Welcome to my Blog! I read where there was a need for English Propers for the Traditional (1962 Missale Romanum - Tridentine) Latin Mass, so I will try posting the prayers and readings each day, if they are available. I will also post some other writings regarding the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the greatest Act of Worship we can offer to Almighty God and the closest we can get to Heaven!
Thursday, June 10, 2010
“Latin Mass: Step By Step”
Workshop planned in Fresno
News release from Fresno Traditional Mass Society
Fresno-area Catholics seeking to enhance their liturgical knowledge will soon have an opportunity to learn more about the Traditional Latin Mass. On Sunday, July 18, 2010, the Fresno Traditional Mass Society will host “Latin Mass: Step By Step” at the Ramada Inn, Shaw Avenue at Freeway 41 in Fresno. Mr. Matthew Arnold will present a 60-minute talk that provides a fascinating step-by-step explanation of the signs and symbols of the Traditional Latin Mass, from the Prayers at the Foot of the Altar to the Last Gospel. He will also present a 30-minute talk titled “Our Lady of Good Success: History, Miracles, and Prophecies.”
Mr. Arnold is a Catholic speaker, author, and producer. After his conversion to the Catholic Faith in 1996, he created and produced several nationally broadcast Catholic radio programs, including “Reasons for Faith LIVE.” He also hosted “Scripture Matters LIVE” with Dr. Scott Hahn for EWTN Global Catholic Radio. As the Creative Director for Saint Joseph Communications, Inc. Mr. Arnold produced dozens of audio and video presentations that have been distributed and broadcast worldwide.
The conference fee of $20 includes a sit-down dinner and dessert. Interested parties may register by sending a check to Fresno Traditional Mass Society, 5892 E. Mono St., Fresno, CA 93727. To register online, Click Here. Registration at the door will be $30.
The Fresno Traditional Mass Society, a chapter of Una Voce America, was founded in 2003 to promote the Latin Mass and Gregorian chant in the Fresno area. To visit the Society’s homepage, Click Here.