Friday, July 29, 2011
DVD brings Latin Mass into homes | Observer and Eccentric Newspapers and Hometown Weeklies | hometownlife.com
Charlie Hughes sometimes finds it's impossible to attend church when visiting his brother Up North. No problem. The Westland man simply pops the Latin Mass DVD from St. Joseph's Media into his player.
The Eucharistic celebration is especially close to Hughes' heart because he went to Latin Mass six days a week as a student at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Plymouth in the 1960s. A collaboration of the Catholic publisher in Wayne and 2D Productions in Livonia, the DVD is the answer for the homebound, vacationers or those seeking a better understanding of the traditional Roman Catholic liturgy. It includes a missal and subtitles in Latin and English to follow along.
Posted by Deacon John Giglio Jr at 7:21 PM