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Pope Benedict and the Latin Mass in Chicago

9/11/2007 - 12:00 AM PST

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CHICAGO, IL - SEPTEMBER 11, 2007 - On September 14, 2007, the Motu Proprio "Summorum Pontificum" of Pope Benedict XVI, issued on July 7, 2007, goes into effect. This gift to the Church acknowledges the rights of the Extraordinary Form of the Traditional Latin Mass, which evangelized the the entire Western world and which was celebrated and loved by countless saints.

Pope Benedict XVI, in his Motu Proprio, explains that the Missale Romanum of 1962, promulgated by Saint Pius V and revised by the authority of Pope John XXIII during Vatican II, was never abrogated.

The Catholic faithful now rejoice to see the Roman Church thus regain her Latin liturgical Tradition, hoping that, by Pope Benedict's pastoral guidance, they may have frequent access to the treasure of the Traditional Mass for the worship of God, the immeasurable benefit of the Church and for the salvation of souls.

The Canons Regular of St. John Cantius, chosen by Francis Cardinal George, Archbishop of Chicago, to serve the pastoral needs of the faithful attached to Traditional Latin Mass, extends deep gratitude to our Sovereign Pontiff for this great spiritual benefit.

In joyful thanksgiving for the blessings of Almighty God poured out so lavishly upon the Roman Church by the hands of our Pontiff, the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius will offer a Mass of Thanksgiving in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite (1962 Missale Romanum). The Latin High Mass will be held on September 14, 2007, at 7:30 p.m. at St. John Cantius Church, 825 N. Carpenter Street, Chicago, Illinois 60622. The public is welcome to attend.

After the Traditional Latin High Mass, the faithful will chant the "Te Deum" and join in a special outdoor procession (weather permitting) with the Relic of the True Cross. During the procession the Catholic faithful will chant the Litany of the Saints in Latin. Returning to the Church all will be invited to venerate the Relic of the True Cross.

The Cantate Domino Choir, directed by Rev. Scott A. Haynes, S.J.C., will provide choral music. The choir is to be accompanied by Walter Whitehouse, the Associate Chapel Organist of the Rockefeller Chapel at the University of Chicago.

September 14, 2007—Friday
The Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross

In Celebration of “Summorum Pontificum” of Pope Benedict XVI

7:30 p.m.—Tridentine High Mass
Solemn Procession after Mass

Messe Basse
Gabriel Fauré (1845 – 1924)

Vexilla Regis
Gregorian Chant

Tantum Ergo
Gabriel Fauré (1845 – 1924)

Maria, Mater Gratiae, Op.47, No.2
Gabriel Fauré (1845 – 1924)

Te Deum
Gregorian Chant

St. John Cantius Church

Archdiocese of Chicago
Francis Cardinal George, O. M. I.
Archbishop of Chicago

PASTORAL STAFF
Rev. C. Frank Phillips, C.R.—Pastor
Rev. Burns Seeley, S.J.C.—Associate Pastor
Rev. Albert Tremari, S.J.C.—Associate Pastor
Rev. James Isaacson, S.J.C.—Associate Pastor
Rev. Dennis Kolinski, S.J.C.—Associate Pastor
Rev. Brendan Gibson, S.J.C.—Associate Pastor
Rev. Scott Haynes, S.J.C.—Associate Pastor
Rev. Dudley Day, O.S.A.—Pastoral Assistant
Rev. Br. Bart Juncer, S.J.C.—Deacon
Rev. Mr. Paul Guzman—Deacon

825 North Carpenter Street
Chicago, Illinois 60622-5405
312-243-7373 Phone
312-243-4545 Fax

www.cantius.org (ST. JOHN CANTIUS CHURCH)
www.cantius.org/webstore/index.html (WEBSTORE)
www.societycantius.org (CANONS REGULAR OF ST. JOHN CANTIUS)
www.sanctamissa.org (LEARN THE LATIN MASS)
"FOR THE GREATER GLORY OF GOD"

Contact

Canons Regular of St John Cantius
http://www.sanctamissa.org  IL,  US
Rev. Scott Haynes - webmaster, 312 243 7373

Keywords

Tridentine Mass, Extraordinary Form, Traditional Latin Mass, Canons Regular of St. John Cantius

Category

Liturgy

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  1. Don E. Kundrick
    6 years ago

    I'm 67 and I use to serve this in
    1959. and I always loved this Mass. So happy to see this Mass again.

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