For those that attend an Indult Mass....
#1
....does that priest serve the EF for holy days of obligation? If not, what do you do?
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#2
The Archdiocese of Atlanta has a parish that has the Traditional Latin Mass every day of the week. Here is more information.
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St Francis de Sales

Roman Catholic Church



Mableton, Georgia



St Francis de Sales Church is the only parish in the

Archdiocese of Atlanta dedicated to the

Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite,

offering the Traditional Latin Mass and Sacraments daily,

according to the 1962 Missale Romanum of Blessed John XXIII.



Served by the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP)

Pastor: Revd Fr Matthew J. McCarthy, FSSP

Assistant: Revd Fr Joel E. Kiefer,  FSSP

  Deacon Douglas J. Anderson of the Archdiocese of Atlanta

Mass and Sacraments
·        Sunday

1.      9:00am Low Mass & 11:30am High Mass

·        Weekdays & Holydays

Refer to bulletin

Sacraments

Baptism  Parishioners please contact the office at least six weeks before the birth of a child

            Adults inquirers to the Catholic Faith contact one of the priests of the parish



Confession  15 Minutes before weekday Masses/Sundays 8:15am & 10:30am/ during Friday Holy Hour

                   

            Confirmation Youth instruction through Religious Education Program

                                    Adults contact one of the priests of the parish



Extreme Unction Parishioners contact one of the parish priests



Marriage Parishioners contact the priest a minimum of six months prior to proposed date; preparation program required.



Holy Orders  Men who may be called to the Priesthood are invited to contact one of the parish priests.



Devotions

Holy Rosary
After Weekday Mass and before Saturday 9:00 a.m. Mass and Sunday Masses.



Friday Holy Hour & Benediction
Eucharistic Adoration and devotional prayers follow 7:00pm Mass each Friday, except 1st Friday; confessions are

available during the hour.  1st Friday Holy Hour precedes the 7:00pm High Mass.



            First Friday Adoration

            The Blessed Sacrament is exposed at 6:00pm; Eucharistic Holy Hour precedes 7:00pm Mass.

           

            First Saturday Devotion       

            A devotional meditation upon the Mysteries of the Rosary follows 9:00am Mass.





ORGANIZATIONS & Other Information

Confraternity of the Most Holy Rosary

Membership includes a share in the spiritual works of the Confraternity.  Inquire at church office.



Legion of Mary

6:00pm Wednesday in Parish Library



Knights of Columbus

Lumen Christi Council meets 2nd Monday for 6:30 Dinner Fellowship & 7:30 Meeting

Inquirers contact church office for membership information.



Religious Education

Children: Sundays at 10:15am (Sept. - May)

Adults: Some Sundays at 10:15am 3rd Sunday Adult Ed Program/ See bulletin for ongoing educational series



St Clare Catholic Girls Club

1st Saturdays 10:00am/ Please see current bulletin for upcoming meetings and events.



Saint Edmund Campion Bookstore  770-745-3613

The bookstore offers a variety of classic and contemporary Catholic literature, as well as religious articles and gift items.

Hours: Tuesday through Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm & Sundays after the Masses.



Parish Registration

New parishioners may register by completing a registration form found in the church entry, or by visiting

the parish office on weekdays.



Visitors

All visitors are welcome to the parish. On Sundays after Mass, you are invited to join us in the Parish Hall

for refreshments and social time.


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St Francis de Sales

St Francis de Sales

Traditional Latin Rite Parish
587 Landers Drive
Mableton, Georgia 30126, USA
Phone: (770) 948-6888
Facsimile: (770) 948-6894



Email:

pastorsfds@gmail.com (Pastor)

assistantsfds@gmail.com (Assistant)



St Edmund Campion Bookstore 770-745-3613
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Traditional Latin Rite Parish
587 Landers Drive
Mableton, Georgia 30126, USA
Phone: (770) 948-6888
Facsimile: (770) 948-6894



Email:

pastorsfds@gmail.com (Pastor)

assistantsfds@gmail.com (Assistant)



St Edmund Campion Bookstore 770-745-3613
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#3
Unfortunately for the OP, the FSSP parish is not indult and only celebrates the TLM/EF.

If the OP has need of sure access to the TLM, the FSSP is in San Diego:
http://www.stannes-sandiego.org/


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#4
(05-14-2013, 10:47 PM)St. Pius of Trent Wrote: ....does that priest serve the EF for holy days of obligation? If not, what do you do?

No such thing as Indult Mass anymore.

But since I have no regular TLM in my diocese anyway, for Holy Days I just have to attend the NO.
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(05-14-2013, 10:47 PM)St. Pius of Trent Wrote: ....does that priest serve the EF for holy days of obligation? If not, what do you do?

Yes, he does. The priest prays the TLM on Sundays, and any Holy Day, he prays the TLM as well. The parish is a diocesan and follows the USCCB on the Holy Day schedule. For example, if a Holy Day is moved to Sunday from Thursday, the NO Mass that Sunday will be the Holy Day propers. But that Holy Day will also be celebrated with the TLM on Thursday as it should be.
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(05-15-2013, 01:37 AM)Whitey Wrote:
(05-14-2013, 10:47 PM)St. Pius of Trent Wrote: ....does that priest serve the EF for holy days of obligation? If not, what do you do?

Yes, he does. The priest prays the TLM on Sundays, and any Holy Day, he prays the TLM as well. The parish is a diocesan and follows the USCCB on the Holy Day schedule. For example, if a Holy Day is moved to Sunday from Thursday, the NO Mass that Sunday will be the Holy Day propers. But that Holy Day will also be celebrated with the TLM on Thursday as it should be.

That's like the FSSP in Sarasota at Christ the King. They celebrate a Low Mass every day as well. It's sad the other groups don't take their lead and take jurisdiction. There are always wicked churchmen in the Church and to fix it is from inside.

tim
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#7
I cant imagine being able to attend a TLM everyweek or Holy Days  it would be unbelievble.
This Comeing from a Scotsman. Some of you Americans are so so blessed and dont realize it, yet complain nonstop, no offence.
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#8
(05-14-2013, 10:47 PM)St. Pius of Trent Wrote: ....does that priest serve the EF for holy days of obligation? If not, what do you do?

In Glasgow there are at least three priests that celebrate the 1962 Mass, and a 4th who used to but is now too old (this is excluding SSPX).  I'm also aware that there are numerous other priests that wish to learn the old Mass and are taking steps to do so.  Whilst only one is the Sunday Mass, there's a TLM almost every other day of the week.  So usually our Holy Days of Obligation was covered, but occasionally there are schedule conflicts and in that case we just assist at the Ordinary Form.
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(05-14-2013, 10:47 PM)St. Pius of Trent Wrote: ....does that priest serve the EF for holy days of obligation? If not, what do you do?

Yes, the TLM even gets the prime time slot, thank the Lord.
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(05-15-2013, 07:33 AM)Chris87 Wrote: I cant imagine being able to attend a TLM everyweek or Holy Days  it would be unbelievble.
This Comeing from a Scotsman. Some of you Americans are so so blessed and dont realize it, yet complain nonstop, no offence.

This.
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