Sunday, 25 July 2021

It is Sunday in Toronto - Get thee to a Latin Mass - there is a Mass for you!

The late Very Reverend Jonathan Robinson, C.O. offers the Holy Mass
at the Toronto Oratory Church of the Holy Family

There has been no published announcement from the Archdiocese of Toronto in reaction to Bergoglio's cruel, vindictive and malignant action against the Holy Mass in its traditional form. The current status quo applies. "Qui tacet consentit"  - silence gives consent. There will be no changes and for this, we can thank Thomas Cardinal Collins for his pastoral care and the announcements made last Sunday at all Masses that there will be "no changes." 

What we must do, as faithful in Christ, is to not despair and not abandon Our Mother, the Church at this time of Her suffering from abuse and a hostile takeover by malefactors. 

In Toronto and elsewhere, go to the Traditional Latin Mass. Go today and always. If you have never been, go anyway. Don't worry about not understanding or knowing what to do. Just go. 

St. Vincent de Paul at 9:30 A.M.

Holy Family at 11:00 A.M.

St. Patrick's Schomberg at 11:00 A.M.

St. Lawrence the Martyr at 1:00 P.M.

If so inclined.

The Society of St. Pius X

Church of the Transfiguration at 8:00 A.M. and 10:00 A.M.

Cathedral of the Transfiguration in Markham at 5:00 P.M. NO PRE-REGISTRATION!

6 comments:

James said...

May God bless the Archbishop in my Diocese.
He sent a letter to the Latin Mass community and said to please proceed on as we were. He thanked us and said, "no changes".

Take THAT, Papa Francesco!

Anonymous said...

What diocese is that?

Anonymous said...

The rumour is that Pope Francis' hate-letter against the Latin Mass was prompted by his reading of the Internet, specifically, Catholics blogs ...

Anonymous said...

It could be the Archdiocese of Kansas City , Kansas.
A friend said that it happened there.

Praise God for that good Bishop.

Vox Cantoris said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
The rumour is that Pope Francis' hate-letter against the Latin Mass was prompted by his reading of the Internet, specifically, Catholics blogs ...



You mean, like this one?

It's about doctrine. We all knew this was coming, we just expected him to wait until Papa Ratzinger was dead!

Vox.

Truthfinder said...

Vox,
Holy Family now also has a regularly scheduled Sunday low Mass at 5pm.