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Priest Training - Weddings, Baptisms, Funerals and More

5/7/2009 - 4:43 PM PST

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CHICAGO, IL (MAY 7, 2009) - The SanctaMissa Training Workshops for Catholic Priests, Deacons, and Seminarians in the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Roman Rite (1962 Missale Romanum) will provide instruction in the Traditional Latin Mass with the Canons Regular of Saint John Cantius, as well as an opportunity to gain experience with the Traditional Roman Liturgy through hands-on demonstration, conferences and question/answer sessions. Some sessions will include instruction in how to celebrate the traditional Latin Nuptial Mass, the Requiem Funeral Mass, as well as the sacraments of Anointing, Confession and Baptism according to the 1962 Rituale Romanum.

-May 18 - 22, 2009
Cardinal Stritch Retreat House, Mundelein, Illinois
-Training in Low Mass & High Mass

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-July 6 - 10, 2009
Cardinal Stritch Retreat House, Mundelein, Illinois
-Beginners Course (Ceremonies & Rubrics of Low Mass, Latin for the Mass)
-Advanced (Training in Sacrament of Baptism, Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick, Nuptial Mass, Requiem Funeral Mass, and Missa Cantata)

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-September 8 - 11, 2009
Cardinal Stritch Retreat House, Mundelein, Illinois
Training in Low Mass & High Mass

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-November 16 - 20, 2009
Cardinal Stritch Retreat House, Mundelein, Illinois
-Training in Low Mass & High Mass

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If you have any questions about our training program, please feel free to contact:

Rev. Scott A. Haynes, S.J.C.
Canons Regular of St. John Cantius
825 N. Carpenter Street
Chicago, IL 60622
(312) 243-7373


Canons Regular of St John Cantius  IL, 60642 US
Fr. Scott  Haynes, SJC - webmaster, 312 243 7373


Latin Mass, Requiem, Nuptial Mass, Baptisms



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