Holy Sacrifice of the Mass – Wednesday December 25th, 2013

Dec 21, 2013

Celebrant:

Fr. David Hewko

 

Date and Time:

Wednesday December 25th at 6 pm (confessions at 5:30 pm)

 

Location:

18170 Shaws Creek Rd

Alton, ON

L7K 1K2

https://maps.google.ca/maps?q=l7k+1k2&hl=en&geocode=+&hnear=Alton,+Ontario+L7K+1K2&t=m&z=14

 

Contact:

Christine Saul

Secretary, Our Lady of Good Success Mission

(519) 927-9999

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  1. Tony La Rosa
    December 21st, 2013 at 6:04 pm #

    We are so blessed to have Mass on Christmas Day itself. Deo gratias!

    Thank you, Fr. Pfeiffer.

  2. btpcmsag
    January 1st, 2014 at 8:27 pm #

    The December Recusant is a “supplemental” issue which entirely devoted to this response, “An Open Letter to Fr. Daniel Themann.” It is 34 pages of copy, reproducing the Open Letter in its entirety. It seems to me this issue has somehow slipped “under the radar” because it arrives A) a couple weeks late for December’s Issue (mine was mailed on the 17th and this posting by Ecclesia Militans was made on the 18th), and B) right in the middle of Advent, when our thoughts and hearts are turned to the arrival of Our Lord in the Nativity, and the end of the year, and the beginning of 2014 in the New Year.

    Also, being of such immense length, it seems to me that many Resistance members simply don’t have the time right now to wade through it all. But it is noteworthy that The Recusant has provided this document in the form of an entire Issue #12, for the record. We can refer back to it. It answers many of our questions.

    However, it seems to me that it would be great if one or more summaries could be provided, especially a summary that collects facts and conclusions in a topical manner, since the the original 2-1/2 hour CD “Resistance to What?” lecture by Fr. Themann is so mixed up and confusing. The errors and weaknesses of that presentation need to be categorized and grouped according to topic, and arranged in regards to principles and fallacies presented. This is going to take some time, and when we’re trying to observe our traditions and prayers this Christmas season (which is the first priority of a Christians life, this time of year!) we will not have the focus and attention required to undertake such a task.

    Perhaps the work can be started, though, at least in principle.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!