Thursday, October 11, 2007

More Traditional Latin Masses in the Archdiocese

From the website of the Benedictine monastery, Saint Louis Abbey:
Archbishop Burke has asked the Abbey to assume pastoral care of the Traditional Latin Mass Community of St. Augustine's Mission in Ellisville. The Mission which had been under the care of the Canons of the New Jerusalem has been raised to the status of a non-territorial parish and will now be designated the Oratory of Ss. Gregory and Augustine after Pope St. Gregory the Great and St. Augustine of Canterbury. Sunday Masses are currently being held at 9:45 am at the Chapel of the Passionist Convent on Clayton Road. Toward the end of the year, the Community will be moving into the Chapel of St. Anselm's Parish Centre at the Abbey and there will be both daily and Sunday Masses as well as evening Masses on Holy Days of Obligation. The Oratory will be a center for the Traditional Latin Mass and Sacraments for West County and St. Charles. Father Bede has been asked to serve as the Rector of Ss. Gregory and Augustine.
Little Flower Parish in Richmond Heights, Missouri, has a Traditional Latin Mass at 9:00 a.m. Sundays.

According to the St. Louis Review, Saint Joseph of Apple Creek and Saint Maurus in Biehle, both in southern Perry County, will schedule a weekly Traditional Latin Mass at 11:15 a.m., alternating between the parishes, starting November 4th.

And don't forget the Masses of the Institute of Christ the King, Sovereign Priest, at Saint Francis de Sales Oratory, in Saint Louis.

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