The schedule of Latin Masses for the coming days:
- The Fourth Sunday of Advent: December 20, 2:00 p.m., Low Mass
- Christmas Day, December 25, 2:00 p.m., High Mass
- Sunday within the Octave, December 27, 2:00 p.m., Low Mass
- Octave Day Mass, January 1, 2:00 p.m., Low Mass
The High Mass will be offered at 2pm on Christmas Day.
The St. Gregory Society 2019 Liturgical Calendar is now available for sale.
To order the calendar, visit this link.
The 2018 St. Gregory Society Christmas card is now available. To order this year’s Christmas card, visit this link.
We come to this day with great anticipation, sometimes for the right reasons, but often with an understanding of this feast means. We know with certainty that Christmas, the feast of the Incarnation, a celebration of Divine Access; it is ultimately a celebration of radical access to God.
God tells us that he is deeply, radically available to us. Are we making ourselves available to Him?
The House of Bread, the town of Bethlehem and now our Churches, is the Eucharistic symbol of God’s Presence, His availability to the world. Christmas is a Eucharistic preview event that will be made manifest fully and completely on Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.
Today is exclusively about HIM. Only Jesus can fulfill the human heart revealed in Christmastide.
Blessings at Christmas!
High Mass for Christmas day will be offered at 2:00 pm.
Low Mass for the Octave Day of Christmas (January 1) will be offered at 2:00 pm.