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Author Topic: Good news for Diocese of Trenton, New Jersey  (Read 967 times)

Unum Sint

Good news for Diocese of Trenton, New Jersey
« on: February 21, 2012, 07:40:pm »

Quinquagesima Sunday was the occasion for the first Solemn Mass in the Extraordinary Form sponsored by the Diocese of Trenton since the restoration of the Traditional Mass.

Approximately 650 people filled the Church of St. Anthony in Hamilton, NJ. A large romanesque structure, complete with a vaulted coffered ceiling, the original polychromatic marble altar in ciborium, with heavy mosaic. Located within the neighborhoods of the state capital, St. Anthony’s is one of the most beautiful and historically significant churches in the Diocese of Trenton, built as a Franciscan parish in the mid-20th Century.

But I think more important than that is this little gem:

With the generous support of Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M., Father Woodrow has been commissioned to promote and coordinate the celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass throughout the Diocese of Trenton, assisted by the Diocesan Office of Worship.

And here is that website.


Re: Good news for Diocese of Trenton, New Jersey
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2012, 07:44:pm »
That is great news.  Thanks for sharing.
ADORABLE Saviour, consider my many wants, and grant me those graces which Thou knowest I stand in need of to do Thy will in all things.

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