Any fishy people near Santa Rosa, California?
#1
I'm sorry to spam the board with this, but I'm going to be traveling to Santa Rosa in a few weeks and it looks like a pretty liberal diocese.  On Sunday I'm hoping I won't have to take my chances with whichever church is nearest. Does anyone on this board know of a Mass near Santa Rosa that they can recommend?  (I'd be happy with either rite; I just don't want to see anything sacrilegious... you know...)  If so I'd be very grateful! If not, pray for me. :)
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#2
According to Traditio, there is a Latin Mass about 28 miles from Santa Rosa. I would definitely call before committing to it.

Holy Cross Cemetery Chapel

2121 Spring St., St. Helena, CA 94574

Fr. Peter Talcott, SVM, (707) 963-2231

Independent, SU 9 am, M-SA 8 am

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#3
Thanks Siobhan (how is that pronounced, anyway?)  :)
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#4
I'm not familiar with Norcal, but I think Vacaville is somewhat close to Santa Rosa.

St. Mary's Catholic Church,
350 Stinson Ave., Vacaville, CA 95688-2619
No celebrant announced, (707) 649-8467
Diocese, SU, 2 pm

http://traditionaljoe.blogspot.com/2005/...-mass.html
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siobhan Wrote:According to Traditio, there is a Latin Mass about 28 miles from Santa Rosa. I would definitely call before committing to it.

Holy Cross Cemetery Chapel

2121 Spring St., St. Helena, CA 94574

Fr. Peter Talcott, SVM, (707) 963-2231

Independent, SU 9 am, M-SA 8 am


I believe this priest is a member of "The Society of the Virgin Mary" whose orders derive from the whole Thuc/Duarte-Costa line.

From their website:

Quote:Rev. Fr. Peter V. Talcott was conditionally reordained using the pre-Vatican Council II rite a priest for the Society of the Virgin Mary by Bishop Patrick Taylor on Feb. 16, 2000 at Washington, D.C.


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#6
Vacaville's more than an hour away.  If it were just me I'd gladly drive that far for a good Mass, but then the non-Catholics I'll be staying with would have to wait all morning for me to get back.... Thanks to all of you for the info; I appreciate it!
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#7
I'd agree, no to Vacaville.

St. Helena's a pretty, little town. In the wine country, too. I live about 18 miles from Santa Rosa, PM me if I can help out.
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#8
Actually, Fr. Talcott no longer says Mass at the Holy Cross Cemetery.

Depending when you're in the area, you have a few options:

Option #1:

Sun. 7:30am (not on 2nd Sunday of the month, though)
Daily 8:40am
Carmelite House of Prayer.
PO Box 347.
Oakville CA 94562
Fr. Mark Kristy
http://www.oakvillecarmelites.org

They have a map on their website. The priest who says the Mass isn't currently allowed to advertise it - but that should change after Sept. 14. You're welcome to come of course though. There's usually coffee and donuts after.

Option #2:

Sun. 12:30pm, 2nd Sunday
Holy Family Church
402 Donaldson Way,
Rutherford, CA 94599

Option #3:

This one's in the upstairs of a community dance center, so the chapel's a little rough, but the priest is really great.

Sun. 10:15am
Hermann's Son's. Hall
860 Western Ave.,
Petaluma, CA 94952

Fr. William Young, (707) 527-6166

Not sure if it's an issue for you, but all three of these are "indult" Masses.
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#9
Just to let you guys know, the Mass in Petaluma no longer exists.  It has been moved to Marinwood, Holy Rosary Chapel, 12:15 Mass.
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barbara Wrote:Just to let you guys know, the Mass in Petaluma no longer exists.  It has been moved to Marinwood, Holy Rosary Chapel, 12:15 Mass.

You're talking about the 11:30 in the Chapel at St. Vincent's Boys School in Novato; right?

PM me, I'm about 10 minutes away.
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