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#1
I'm a longtime Catholic convert in my late forties who attends Mass in the Ordinary Form with my family.  I'm the oddball in the family because of my desire for a return to the Traditional Mass. However, it is important to note that to my mind the validity of the Ordinary Form of Mass is more than a technicality.  There is one Altar and One Sacrifice.  That said, I would very much like to see the Ordinary Form drift away.  Sooner rather than later.

I choose to attend the Ordinary Form to keep peace in my family.  It's a compromise.  What can I say?

'Nuff said.
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#2
Welcome Seadog. Former Navy?

You're in the right place. I think as the world grows darker, the Latin Mass will grow brighter. I think the Ordinary Form will drift away in large measure, as you desire, but probably later than sooner. My .02 in welcoming you! [Image: salute.gif]

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#3
[Image: tiphat2.gif]Hello and welcome
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#4
Welcome!
S.A.G. ~ Kathy ~ Sanguine-choleric. Have fun...or else.

Adoramus te, Christe, et benedicimus tibi, quia per sanctam crucem tuam redemisti mundum.
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#5
welcome to the fishtank! with a name like yours I'm sure you'll love swimmin with the piranhas


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#6
Seadog, if you take your paragraph and switch "late twenties" for "late forties", we're singing the same song.

Welcome to fisheaters.
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BeateMariae Wrote:Welcome Seadog. Former Navy?

You're in the right place. I think as the world grows darker, the Latin Mass will grow brighter. I think the Ordinary Form will drift away in large measure, as you desire, but probably later than sooner. My .02 in welcoming you! [Image: salute.gif]

Thanks for the welcome. No, not former Navy. Just salty and a bit smelly. [Image: tiphat2.gif]
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Quote:Thanks for the welcome. No, not former Navy. Just salty and a bit smelly. [Image: tiphat2.gif]

(He's going to fit right in.)



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