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Friday, September 17, 2004

Tips for attending the old rite Mass


  • Here
  • is a useful post for anyone who has never been to Mass according to the 1962 missal, or who has been and hated it/couldn't work out what on earth was going on (me, the first time, and more, that I went).

    If you are looking for Tridentine Mass in Scotland phone up Una Voce, there are a few that the bishops allow to be discreetly publicised but they allow others so long as they are not publicised at all.

    Could someone look in the code of canon law and tell me about this thing called a "private Mass"?