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March 05, 2013
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Vic Biorseth, Tuesday, March 05, 2013
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Why are we even discussing going back to the old Latin Mass?

First, look at this video presentation by Michael Voris:

http://www.churchmilitant.tv/daily/?today=2013-03-04

Then, refresh your ancient Catholic Liturgy memory at this link:

Traditional Latin Tridentine Mass

Then, look at how we almost lost it, at this link:

Old and New Catholic Liturgy

For delving deeper into, first, heterodox (untraditional, incorect) Catholic teaching, followed by orthodox (traditional, correct) Catholic teaching, visit this link:

Catholicism today - the good and the bad

The return of the old Latin Mass is the return to beauty and majesty involving the senses of sight, sound, scent, taste, feel, and that inner spiritual sense of pure glory to God; the sense that this is how God should be treated. If the Mass is indeed our deepest prayer, then the Mass is the most important time to turn our faces back toward Him, and away from the world, away from each other, and away from ourselves. The Mass is, primarily, God's prayer; not ours. The primary focus is on glory and praise to our Lord. Remembrance. Atonement. Focusing on His actual Presence, and coming worthily but humbly to the Table for the Bread of Life. Then, we are that much better prepared to "Go, the Mass is ended" and be a leaven in society.

Below is a list of links to Catholic Churches that offer the Latin Mass according to the 1962 Missal.

If your Church offers this ancient Latin Mass, please use the comment form below to send me a link to your Church's website to be included among the links below.

We are praying for a strong return to the Latin Mass, and that it might one day be a commonplace thing, not something you have to search for, or travel a long way just to pray the Mass on a regular basis.

Assumption Grotto Church, Detroit, Michigan. (We are from Michigagn; whenever we are there for family events, we attend Mass at Assumption Grotto.)
http://www.assumptiongrotto.com/

Holy Family Church, Dayton, Ohio.
http://www.parishesonline.com/scripts/hostedsites/org.asp?p=1&ID=7603

(A new link to your Latin Mass Church will be added right here.)




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