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Thursday, May 07, 2015

Traditional Latin Mass: EF Vigil of Pentecost in Jersey City, New Jersey May 23

New Liturgical Movement: EF Vigil of Pentecost in Jersey City, New Jersey

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Mark your calendars for a truly “Extraordinary” event...on the
occasion of the 13th anniversary of the return of the Traditional Latin
Mass to Hudson County, New Jersey, a Solemn Mass will be sung on
Saturday, May 23rd at 7:00 p.m. for the Vigil of Pentecost, at downtown
Jersey City’s historic St. Anthony’s Church. (Located on Monmouth Street
between 6th and 7th Streets). Diocesan clergy from throughout New
Jersey, as well as priests of both the Institute of Christ the King and
the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter will participate as ministers at
the altar. The renowned Cantantes in Cordibus choir, under the direction of Maestro Simone Ferraresi, will perform Haydn’s acclaimed Missa Brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo.
The organizers of this truly special event are the many young
parishioners who have recently joined the growing parish in a quickly
gentrifyng city. They hope that this will be an opportunity for young
faithful Catholics to worship, meet and network.

Anthony’s Church is listed on the State and National Registers of
Historic Sites. The church, built in the Victorian Gothic Style, is a
pristine example of a church untouched by modern elements and remains a
true example of Roman Catholic aesthetic rarely seen today. (See
The church parking lot is located on 6th Street between Coles and
Monmouth Street and is easily accessible from the Grove Street PATH, the
Newport PATH and Light Rail stop. There will be a celebratory coffee
served after Mass as well as a visit to a local establishment for the
young people in attendance.

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