Save the Latin Mass Rosary Rally

Holy Name Cathedral – Chicago
Sunday, April 3, 11 AM – Noon

We will gather at Holy Name Cathedral from 11 am to noon on Sunday, April 3 for our weekly Rosary rally to offer our fervent prayers that the efforts to suppress and marginalize traditional Catholicism will end and the integrity of the Catholic faith will be preserved.

Therefore, brothers, stand firm and hold fast to the traditions that you were taught, either by an oral statement or by a letter of ours.

2 Thessalonians 2:15

Let us not forget that Cardinal Cupich is working toward eliminating the Traditional Latin Mass from the Archdiocese of Chicago and that he has already eliminated it completely at many parishes.

Please join us and spread the word.

Save the Latin Mass Rosary Rally
Sunday, April 3, 11 am – noon
Holy Name Cathedral
735 N State St.
Chicago, Il

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2 thoughts on “Save the Latin Mass Rosary Rally

  1. I live in Folsom, CA.
    I would love to find a Latin Mass I could attend near me.
    Do you have any such list??

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    1. Hello Sandra,

      Preserve the Latin Mass has a directory on their website. Among Latin Mass parishes listed in your area is St. Stephen the First Martyr in Sacramento. It’s an FSSP parish.

      I don’t have any firsthand experience with the parish, but a friend of mine is familiar with them and recommends them.

      https://www.sacfssp.com/
      https://preservethelatinmass.org/
      https://preservethelatinmass.org/latin-mass-directory/ (This seems to be down at the moment.)

      I hope this helps. God be with you.

      RJ
      https://SaveTheLatinMass.org

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