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Tuesday, June 21, 2005

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Ian

We are starting a solemn Mass every Sunday at our parish this fall complete with incense, bells, patens, chant and good traditional hymns.

Cindy

I am really happy to see this happening because the Latin Mass shows such reverence to God and truly Catholics act different attending this Mass as well. What also needs to be known is that not only was the Latin Mass changed to the Novus Ordo (New Mass) but also
Catechisms, The New Forms of Baptism, Marriage, Penance and Extreme Unction. See exactly what these new changes have done at the below website:

http://www.sspxasia.com/Documents/Archbishop-Lefebvre/OpenLetterToConfusedCatholics/index.htm

Donald Todd

We have a new pastor. He inserts his own words as he goes along, sometimes with stumbling and difficulty. It gets old, and comes around again.

If there is an orthodox parish in north Atlanta or thereabouts, I'd welcome the information. Orthodoxy is worth a drive.

Thank you.
Donald Todd

Mitchell Hadley

Donald,

I know next to nothing about Atlanta, but according to the Latin Liturgy Association there is an Indult Latin Mass at St. Francis de Sales Church in Mableton. I know, it's probably way, way far away from where you are, but I feel for your situation (we're blessed here to have St. Agnes Church and a couple other superior parishes so close to home) and I just wanted to offer any kind of encouragement and information for you.

Good luck
Mitchell

Billy

I am going to try to respectfully ask and convice our parish preist to use incense during Mass. Can anyone give me advise on how to approach this matter. Our parish is not really liberal and so I can not see why we don't have at least one Mass with this.

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