Traditional Latin Masses in the Diocese of Arlington, Archdiocese of Washington & Archdiocese of Baltimore - December 8th, 2010
The following are scheduled Traditional Latin Masses in the Diocese of Arlington, Archdiocese of Washington and Archdiocese of Baltimore.
- 6:15 a.m.; Saint Michael’s in Annandale, Va.
- 7:30 a.m.; Holy Spirit in Annandale, Va.
- 11 a.m.; Old Saint John’s in Silver Spring, Md.
- 12 noon; Saint John’s in McLean, Va.
- 12:30 p.m.; Holy Trinity in Gainesville, Va.
- 5 p.m.; Saint Patrick’s in Fredericksburg, Va.
- 6 p.m.; Saint Lawrence in Franconia, Va.
- 7 p.m.; Saint John’s in Front Royal, Va. (High Mass)
- 7 p.m.; Saint Alphonsus in Baltimore, Md. (Low Mass)
- 7:30 p.m.; Saint Rita’s in Alexandria, Va.
- 7:30 p.m.; Saint Mary’s in Washington, D.C. (High Mass)
- 8 p.m.; Saint Francis de Sales in Benedict, Md.
This pretty much shows how pathetic implementation of Summorum Pontificum has been in Maryland vs. Virginia. Just sad.ReplyDelete
I agree 100%!!! I wonder if this is because some priest's can't or won't? Certainly there must be more than a handful of priest's who can say the TLM. I believe "they" just don't want to disturb the Mass schedules because it might "offend" those who are used to having Mass at "their special time". Sorry if this sounds harsh, but it is a pathetic implementation of SP. Some of us waited SO long...ReplyDelete
On the other hand. I thank God that there's a low Mass at my parish every Thursday.ReplyDelete
Welcome to TLM in Maryland, Dymphna! I enjoy your blog as you know. I "aggregate it" often enough. Pax tecum! D.v.ReplyDelete