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I'll be on a trip in Boston.  Where can I find a traditional Latin Mass in Boston on a Sunday and a Monday?  Thank you. 
(08-10-2010, 08:33 AM)Leonard Wrote: [ -> ]I'll be on a trip in Boston.  Where can I find a traditional Latin Mass in Boston on a Sunday and a Monday?  Thank you. 

There is a TLM every Sunday at 11 a.m. in the crypt church of Holy Cross Cathedral.
I don't know about Monday, but the SSPX has a chapel here where there is Mass on Sunday:

St. Catherine of Sienna Mission
(508) 643-3199 / (508) 877-3680
237 Lexington Street, Room 7 (lower level)
Woburn, MA

Mass is usually on Sunday at 6:00pm. Call the Ridgefield priory [(203) 431 - 0201] to make sure. Sometimes Mass is in the morning. When will you be in Boston. I'll likely be at S. Catherine's the last weekend of August.

While you're in Boston, you may also wish to check-out the Anglican Use Mass. They're pretty rare, so you might was to attend while you're in town. Here's the site of the Boston congregation: http://www.locutor.net/
It's a little bit of a drive from Boston, but the St. Benedict Center in Still River has a TLM every day.
http://sistersofstbenedictcenter.org/index.html

And I know you weren't asking about Wednesday, but in Methuen, MA (about 20 miles north of Boston), there is a TLM every Wednesday night at 7 PM at St. Monica's.
http://www.stmonicamethuen.org/
Although I do not know of anymore TLM besies the one mentioned above, I would go and check out St. Leonord's Church on Hanover St. in the North End which is a very, very Italian community in the city of Boston. It is about a 10 min walk from Quincy Market. It was the first Catholic Church in New England to be built by Italian immigrants and is very beautiful. I was just in Boston last weekend, nice city. Its too bad everyone are Red Sox fans hahahaha.