Masses & Event Announcements To, Friends Associates, and Relatives

For Tomorrow Thursday, January 29th – for the Traditional Feast day of St. Francis de Sales (celebrated in the new Rite annually on January 24th)
at St. Anthony of Padua Oratory, West Orange there will be a Solemn High Mass @ 7:00pm with celebrant Rev. Cyprian LaPastina and guest homilist Rev. Frederick Miller. Father Miller is the spiritual director of the Seton Hall seminary and is known to EWTN audiences for his series on the spirituality of St. Francis de Sales and on the priesthood of Jesus Christ. His latest book, “The Grace of Ars”,  is about St. Jean-Marie Vianney and is published by Ignatius Press.

St. Francis de Sales, a Doctor of the Church, is one of the patron saints of the Institute of Christ the King. By attending Mass on Thursday, January 29th, when celebrated at one of the Institute’s apostolates, you can gain a full plenary indulgence under the usual conditions. The Sacrament of Penance, in traditional confessionals, will be offered for a half hour prior to Holy Mass and up through the Lectio’ in and when needed

Official posting via Una Voce Newark


Immaculate Conception Parish of NYC – Chapel retention announcement and traditional Mass Offering for Saturday January 31st

Although The new lower Chapel of Immaculate Conception is all that will be left of Catholic edifices on the four lane street of East 14th Street, when the Diocese of NY is done with it’s closures  (despite the 600 to 800 worshipers that cumulatively attend the Sunday Masses on a given weekend at this Parish,)  this Parish, and it’s school along with several other lower east side Parishes, Cardinal Dolan says, “will close and be sold”

The interior beauty of the upper Church that will be closing can be found here

The good news is that the Community has built a lower level traditional Chapel and retained it’s Sacrificial Worship

In the way the Martyrs did in the days of the catacombs, the Catholic Underground begins to unite

Please join them for a Traditional Sung Mass at the Chapel this Saturday at 5pm for the Feast of Saint Don Bosco as we pray for them

Conviviality gathering immediately following between 6:00pm and 6:30pm in an adjacent lower level space to 414 East 14th Street Manhattan, NYC


On Sunday February 1st @ 10:30am a Traditional Mass will be offered celebrating the 114th Anniversary of the Consecration of the Altars of Holy Innocents, New York City. Two of whose side- Altars were destroyed in the 2nd iconoclast movement of the Catholic Church, that took place through the 1970s – The original etched marble High Altar is extent, fully  restored and is the center of the revived Old Rite in midtown Manhattan !

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Sacred Art Expo’s  last day is this  Sunday

“El Greco in New York” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Event Date(s): 11/13/2014 – 2/1/2015
Name: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Address: Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street
City: Manhattan
State: NY
Event Time / Additional Information: Through Feb. 1, 2015. Tickets: $25, $17 seniors, $12 students
Contact Info: (212) 535-7710

All the Met’s El Greco paintings plus several on loan from the Hispanic Society of America will be shown together. These include some religious works based on the New Testament. Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.,11811?content_source=&category_id=&search_filter=&search_headline=&event_mode=&event_ts_from=&list_type=&order_by=&order_sort=&content_class=&sub_type=event_browse&town_id=


On Monday, February 2nd – The Feast of Candlemas
St. Anthony of Padua Church, Jersey City
5:30 p.m. Missa Cantata with a blessing of the beeswax and distribution of candles and indoor candlelight procession

Please see the ~attached~ flyer ~ link below for more info

Candlemass Flyer Jersey City NJ 2015


On Monday, February 2nd – The Feast of Candlemas, Holy Innocents, New York City

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A 6:00pm Missa Cantata with be offered with a blessing of the beeswax and distribution of candles and indoor candlelight procession


On Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015,

Holy Innocents, NYC will observe the traditional blessing of the throats after the 6:00pm  High Mass for the Feast of St. Blaise


On Tuesday February 3rd at the Princeton University Chapel at 9:00pm a Missa Contata will be offered for the Feast of Saint Blaise by the Fraternity of Saint Joseph the Guardian – reference link below

Princeton Catholic Chapel


On Thursday, 2/5/2015 @ 7:00pm there will be a Chamber Music Celebration at St. Patrick’s Cathedral-

The works of Fauré, Gounod, and others will be performed – Donations of free will offerings are accepted,12118\


Sunday February 8th there will be a Ferial External Solemnity of Candlemas @
St. Anthony of Padua Oratory, West Orange @11:00 a.m., a Missa Cantata with the blessing of the beeswax – Bring your own candles



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Our Perfect kNight


Shrine of our persecuted & forcefully disbanded Knights of the Militia of the Immaculata

Stay tuned …… the un-televised restoration continues

Ave Maria