There will be a Traditional Latin Mass server training session at St. Mary’s in Pine Bluff on 23 September, from 3:30-5:00 PM. SIGN UP FOR TRAINING HERE
A plenary meeting of the TMSM is to be held on Monday 19 September 2022 at 6M at St. Patrick’s in Cottage Grove, WI. We will discuss the present state of affairs in these interesting times, paths forward, and do some Society business.
There will be a Membership meeting on the afternoon or evening of Tuesday 16 February, the day before Ash Wednesday. The meeting will be at St. Patrick’s in Cottage Grove at 6:30PM. It may be necessary to limit the number attending because of COVID-19 concerns.
I occasionally get checks from kind readers for the Tridentine Mass Society of the Diocese of Madison, a 501(c)(3) organization, of which I am the jefe. You should know what we are doing with your donations. Even in this time of the Wuhan Devil, which has shut down a lot of our more solemn liturgy … [Read more…]
On Sunday 25 October, the traditional Feast of Christ the King, Fr. Peter Lee celebrated surely the very first Traditional Latin Mass – a Missa Cantata ever offered in the Church of St. Patrick, built in the 1960’s. He was helped by altar boys from the Reedsburg, WI, area where Fr. Lee was last assigned … [Read more…]
His Excellency Most Reverend Donald J. Hying, Bishop of Madison, graciously consented to administer the Sacrament of Confirmation on 102 young Catholics on Thursday evening, 27 August 2020. The rite of Confirmation was followed by Solemn Mass in coram episcopo. The celebrant of the Mass was the President of the TMSM, Fr. Zuhlsdorf. The deacon … [Read more…]
On Thursday, 27 August 2020, His Excellency Most Reverend Donald J. Hying, Bishop of Madison, will administer the Sacrament of Confirmation in the Traditional Roman Rite. The Rite of Confirmation followed by a Solemn Mass will take place at 6:00PM at St. Maria Goretti Church in Madison. Bishop Hying, as did his predecessor Bp. Morlino, … [Read more…]
Today is the 13th anniversary of the release of the text of Benedict XVI’s Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum. This Motu Proprio established that, juridically, there are two forms of one Roman Rite. Hence, if a priest has the faculties to say the “Novus Ordo”, then he also has the faculties to say the Traditional Latin … [Read more…]
During this time when so many people do not have the ability to participate at Holy Mass in church, I am – along with quite a few other priests – saying Mass each day with a live video stream over the internet. On week days I say Mass at Noon, Central Daylight Time (UTC -5). … [Read more…]