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Live Stream of Daily Traditional Latin Mass - Petrus1962 - 11-05-2009

Christ the King Catholic Church, the FSSP Apostolate in Florida, provides a live stream of their daily Mass on their website.  While this does not fulfill your Sunday obligation, it can serve as a means to unite yourself to a Mass being offered if you are unable to attend because of health or distance.  Visit www.ChristTheKingSarasota.org and click on “Video Stream” for details.


Re: Live Stream of Daily Traditional Latin Mass - joe17 - 11-05-2009

Saint Gertrude the Great in West Chester, Ohio also broadcasts some of their Masses.  They can be found at http://www.sgg.org

Joe


Re: Live Stream of Daily Traditional Latin Mass - BrevisVir55 - 11-05-2009

wonderful! thanks for posting +1


Re: Live Stream of Daily Traditional Latin Mass - RalphKramden - 11-05-2009

Thanks for sharing this!


Re: Live Stream of Daily Traditional Latin Mass - RalphKramden - 11-05-2009

(11-05-2009, 09:50 PM)joe17 Wrote: Saint Gertrude the Great in West Chester, Ohio also broadcasts some of their Masses.  They can be found at http://www.sgg.org

Joe
thank you also


Re: Live Stream of Daily Traditional Latin Mass - Walty - 11-05-2009

Maybe a dumb question, but I started watching one of the previously taped Sunday High Masses.  At the beginning and entrance of mass a song is sung by the laity in English.  What's up with that?


Re: Live Stream of Daily Traditional Latin Mass - Texican - 11-05-2009

I sometimes wish I still lived in Florida.  I used to live about 15 miles away from that address.


Re: Live Stream of Daily Traditional Latin Mass - OldMan - 11-05-2009

(11-05-2009, 10:42 PM)Walty Wrote: Maybe a dumb question, but I started watching one of the previously taped Sunday High Masses.  At the beginning and entrance of mass a song is sung by the laity in English.  What's up with that?

Nothing. It is a perfectly acceptable practice. The processional and recessional are not a part of the Mass. Only hymns sung during a high Mass itself must be in Latin. Also, vernacular hymns may be sung during a low Mass.


Re: Live Stream of Daily Traditional Latin Mass - Walty - 11-05-2009

(11-05-2009, 11:09 PM)OldMan Wrote:
(11-05-2009, 10:42 PM)Walty Wrote: Maybe a dumb question, but I started watching one of the previously taped Sunday High Masses.  At the beginning and entrance of mass a song is sung by the laity in English.  What's up with that?

Nothing. It is a perfectly acceptable practice. The processional and recessional are not a part of the Mass. Only hymns sung during a high Mass itself must be in Latin. Also, vernacular hymns may be sung during a low Mass.

Huh.  Never knew that.  I'm only familiar with the ICK and a diocesan TLM so I only have limited knowledge.  Does the SSPX ever do the processional or recessional hymns in the vernacular?


Re: Live Stream of Daily Traditional Latin Mass - BrevisVir55 - 11-05-2009

(11-05-2009, 11:14 PM)Walty Wrote:
(11-05-2009, 11:09 PM)OldMan Wrote:
(11-05-2009, 10:42 PM)Walty Wrote: Maybe a dumb question, but I started watching one of the previously taped Sunday High Masses.  At the beginning and entrance of mass a song is sung by the laity in English.  What's up with that?

Nothing. It is a perfectly acceptable practice. The processional and recessional are not a part of the Mass. Only hymns sung during a high Mass itself must be in Latin. Also, vernacular hymns may be sung during a low Mass.

Huh.  Never knew that.  I'm only familiar with the ICK and a diocesan TLM so I only have limited knowledge.  Does the SSPX ever do the processional or recessional hymns in the vernacular?

We sang a song in English once but I can't remember if it was really after Mass or not.