Austin Catholics?
#11
I will be there!  :)
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#12
Did any Austin folks get to attend? It was a wonderful Solemn High Mass. My first, actually. Amazing.

And by the way, here is a bit I found on youtube about the Transalpines:



The fellow at 11:42 I am certain was one of the priests who concelebrated the Mass.

(Edit: forget to mention this Mass was concelebrated by several Fraternity and Transalpine priests)
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#13
I went,  :) and I am deeply happy to have found out that this is a regular weekly Latin Mass, not just the special event I thought it was.  I didn't stay around for coffee, but I hope to be attending regularly. It is actually within walking distance (if you are an old AT hiker like me *LOL* ) and also on a single bus hop from my home.

I could not fully understand the sermon because of the acoustics and my own hearing problems, but I will experiment with sitting in different spots until I find the right place to get all the words.  I surprised myself with how much of the Latin I remember from way back in seventh & eighth grades, the last time I attended Latin Mass!
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#14
Also, it is fantastic that you have the Latin Mass regularly in beautiful St. Mary's Cathedral. We are not as lucky in San Antonio.
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#15
In Austin too.  Go to St. Mary's Cathedral.  Attending RCIA with my wife and oldest daughter, Dcn Vince is teaching.  The other 3 kids are in RCIC.  I have been Trad Minded from day one.  Praying that the new Bishop is a good one!
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#16
(01-26-2010, 11:36 PM)angryirishman Wrote: In Austin too.  Go to St. Mary's Cathedral.  Attending RCIA with my wife and oldest daughter, Dcn Vince is teaching.  The other 3 kids are in RCIC.  I have been Trad Minded from day one.  Praying that the new Bishop is a good one!

Likewise!  I have been going there just since New Year's, but I think I will make it my home parish. I had been occasionally attending St Austin's over by the college, which has a very nicely performed Mass, but I did not feel like it was a real parish, besides that it was all N-O (although a very traditional styled one). I guess it is the college atmosphere or something that made it seem touristy.

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#17
Hey, I'm gonna be in Austin next week Mon-Fri (but Fri I'll be flying out).

Anyone wanna meet up?

Booze and/or dinner is on me!
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#18
You'll be here during the week? Our Cathedral has daily noon Masses that are fairly conservative OF as well as two daily morning Masses early,  6:30 & 7:15.  It's in the center of Austin and near the UT campus, and there are also Masses available on campus at the St Austin's church "on the drag" at 8:00 in the morning.

There's any number of lovely coffeehouses & restaurants all around this area, one of the perks of being in a good college town.
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#19
You never know what you'll get with the St Austin's 8 am mass.  When I went last time on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, the priest openly complained that the new pastor made them follow the lectionary.

The cathedral also has confession form 11am-noon every weekday.

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