16 February 2007

Traditional Latin Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis


On Wednesday, March 7, 2007 at 7 p.m., the feast of St. Thomas Aquinas according to the traditional calendar, the Institute of Christ the King, Sovereign Priest will offer Solemn High Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis.

This is a truly exciting event-- it will will be the first traditional Latin Mass publicly celebrated in the Archdiocesan Cathedral for at least 35 years. Deo gratias! All are welcome to attend.

It would be great to see this 2,000 person capacity church filled to the rafters for this Mass. The beauty of this magnificent cathedral is fitting for the beauty of the timeless Mass.

For more information, visit the Institute's website in St. Louis www.institute-christ-king.org/stlouishome.htm or the Cathedral's site http://www.cathedralstl.org/.

If you have never seen the Cathedral, check out some great photos at http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/.
UPDATE: 02/23/2007: To clarify for those just finding this post, the March 7, 2007 Solemn High Mass will be celebrated by a priest from the Institute of Christ the King.
Archbishop Burke himself will celebrate the traditional Mass at the Cathedral to ordain 2 ICKSP candidates to the priesthood on June 15, 2007 at 1pm. All are welcome to attend both Masses.

7 comments:

Mark Scott Abeln said...

Here are my photos of the Cathedral Basilica:

http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/2006/07/photos-of-cathedral-basilica-of-saint.html
http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/2005/12/photos-of-interior-of-cathedral.html
http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/2006/07/photos-of-mosaics-at-cathedral.html
http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/2006/08/photos-of-all-saints-chapel-at.html
http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/2006/08/photos-of-all-souls-chapel-at-cathedral.html
http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/2006/08/photos-of-blessed-sacrament-chapel-at.html
http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/2006/06/corpus-christi-procession-at-cathedral.html
http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/2006/04/he-is-risen-indeed.html
http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/2006/08/feast-of-saint-louis-at-cathedral.html

Mark Scott Abeln said...

And these, too:

http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/2006/12/photos-of-our-ladys-chapel-at-cathedral.html
http://saint-louis.blogspot.com/2005/11/photos-of-some-side-chapels-of.html

thetimman said...

Thanks, Mark, I would have used your photos for the story originally but didn't want to "steal" your work.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your post. As a former St. Louisan, I look forward to this liturgy with great expectation. I am parishoner at the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter parish in Kansas City KS and a former parishioner at (years ago) at the Cathedral. It will be a termendous blessing to participate in the Ancient Mass at the Cathedral Basilica!
Ecce Crucem Domini
David LaPlante

Steve said...

All I'm saying, is that you could've told your brother you had a blog.

Anonymous said...

REALLY wish I could be in St. Louis for the ordination of the priests of the Institute of Christ the King Souvereign Priest and the Divine Liturgy of the Ancient Tridentine rite.Since fortune and circumstance inhibit my being in St. Louis for this momentus occassion be it enough to say my prayers are with Archbishop Burke, the institute and the thousands that will attend this awesome liturgy. Shalom-Pacem

Mark Scott Abeln said...

Click here for photos of the Mass