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Workshops in the Latin Mass for Priests and Seminarians

7/4/2008 - 4:52 PM PST

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CHICAGO, IL (JULY 4, 2008) - From Monday, September 8 through Friday, September 12, 2008, the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius, in conjunction with the Archdiocese of Chicago, will offer a Traditional Latin Mass Training Workshop for priests, deacons and seminarians.

Those interested to learn the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Roman Rite (1962 Missale Romanum) will have a special opportunity over a period of five days to study the Traditional Latin Mass with the Canons Regular, as well as an opportunity to gain experience with the Traditional Roman Liturgy through hands-on demonstration, conferences and question/answer sessions.

Each day the Mass will be celebrated according to the 1962 Missale Romanum. Latin Mass Workshops

* Missa Privata (Low Mass)
* Missa Cantata (High Mass without incense)
* Missa Cantata (High Mass with incense)

This workshop will provide:

* Instruction in the Rubrics of the 1962 Missale Romanum
* Instruction in the Low Mass (Missa Privata)
* Instruction in the High Mass (Missa Cantata)
* Instruction in the Gregorian Chant for the Priest
* Instruction in the Pronunciation of Ecclesiastical Latin

For details/photos about past workshops please visit: www.sanctamissa.org/workshops/news-photos

For details about the September 8-12, 2008 workshop visit: sanctamissa.org/workshops/for-priests/september-8-2008

All events will take place on the lovely campus of Mundelein Seminary.

Room is limited. Sign up today.

Contact

Canons Regular of St John Cantius
http://sanctamissa.org/workshops/for-priests/september-8-2008/  IL,  US
Fr Scott Haynes, SJC - webmaster, 312 243 7373

Keywords

Traditional Latin Mass, Extraordinary Form, Learning the Mass for Priests

Category

Liturgy

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