, , , , , , , , , , , ,

Tri –State Area Holy Week Traditional Liturgy Schedule – As Posted On The Society of St. Hugh of Cluny


Also On Latin Mass Society of Central NJ- Nora Brower’s Newly Established Site

HOLY WEEK MASSES IN NJ…and beyond « Latin Mass Society of Central NJ


Holy Week Schedule At OL Of Fatima Pequannock, NJ – FSSP – page 2 Of the Chapel Bulletin On the Link  

Pastor Fr. Matthew McNeely, FSSP In residence Fr. Karl Marsolle, FSSP, Fr. Robert Boyd FSSP



Pre- 1955 Liturgies Is All The Rage In Traditional Circles – Holy Innocents NYC has been doing pre- 55 for several years. FSSP was granted permission and now ICKP goes pre-1955 Holy Week- Here is some background and resources –

PCED permission for pre-1955 Holy Week, photos – On Rorate


The Reform of Holy Week in the Years 1951-1956- Rorate


Pre-1955 Holy Week Mass Propers | Traditional HolyWeek resources


Compendium of the 1955 Holy Week Revisions of Pius XII: Parts 1 thru  9 – The Reform of 1955 and the Post-Conciliar Holy Week – On Novus Motus Liturgics


Palm Sunday in FSSP-Parishes – Photopost According to pre-1955 Holy Week –On gloria.tv


The 1956 Reform Triggered Many Others – by Dr. Carol Byrne – TIA


The Rites of Holy Week – On Sanctamissa.org


St Alphonsus Series On Holy Week On Rorate

Saint Alphonsus in Holy Week: I – Palm Sunday: He moves along


Saint Alphonsus in Holy Week: II – Feria Secunda (Holy Monday): Hammers and Nails


Saint Alphonsus in Holy Week: III – Feria Tertia (Holy Tuesday): Consumed for Love


Tuesday of Holy Week: littleness before God | Fr. Z’s Blog


Dominican Chants for Holy Week Available – See Dominican Liturgy. Website Provided Via Novus Motus Liturgicus


Introduction to Mission Talks & Mission #1: Sin –From The Fatima Center- m On YouTube


TFP – Audio/Video- Reflections on the Stations of the Cross, 10th Station Of The Cross  on Vimeo


The Feast of St. Joseph – On The Remnant Newspaper


March 27 – Royal Simplicity – Saint Rupert – Passed Away Easter Sunday – 718 AD – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites



From the letter to the Hebrews 12:1-13 Let us go forth to the struggle with Christ as our leader

Since we are surrounded by this cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every encumbrance of sin which clings to us and persevere in running the race which lies ahead; let us keep our eyes fixed on Jesus, who inspires and perfects our faith. For the sake of the joy which lay before him he endured the cross, heedless of its shame. He has taken his seat at the right of the throne of God. Remember how he endured the opposition of sinners; hence do not grow despondent or abandon the struggle. In your fight against sin you have not yet resisted to the point of shedding blood. Moreover, you have forgotten the encouraging words addressed to you as sons:

“My sons, do not disdain the discipline of the Lord nor lose heart when he reproves you; For whom the Lord loves, he disciplines; he scourges every son he receives.”

Endure your trials as the discipline of God, who deals with you as sons. For what son is there whom his father does not discipline? If you do not know the discipline of sons, you are not sons but bastards.

If we respected our earthly fathers who corrected us, should we not all the more submit to the Father of spirits, and live? They disciplined us as seemed right to them, to prepare us for the short span of mortal life; but God does so for our true profit, that we may share his holiness.

At the time it is administered, all discipline seems a cause for grief and not for joy, but later it brings forth the fruit of peace and justice to those who are trained in its school. So strengthen your drooping hands and your weak knees. Make straight the paths you walk on, that your halting limbs may not be dislocated but healed.

From the book On the Holy Spirit by Saint Basil, bishop By one death and resurrection the world was saved

When mankind was estranged from him by disobedience, God our Savior made a plan for raising us from our fall and restoring us to friendship with himself. According to this plan Christ came in the flesh, he showed us the gospel way of life, he suffered, died on the cross, was buried and rose from the dead. He did this so that we could be saved by imitation of him, and recover our original status as sons of God by adoption.

To attain holiness, then, we must not only pattern our lives on Christ’s by being gentle, humble and patient, we must also imitate him in his death. Taking Christ for his model, Paul said that he wanted to become like him in his death in the hope that he too would be raised from death to life.

We imitate Christ’s death by being buried with him in baptism. If we ask what this kind of burial means and what benefit we may hope to derive from it, it means first of all making a complete break with our former way of life, and our Lord himself said that this cannot be done unless a man is born again. In other words, we have to begin a new life, and we cannot do so until our previous life has been brought to an end. When runners reach the turning point on a racecourse, they have to pause briefly before they can go back in the opposite direction. So also when we wish to reverse the direction of our lives there must be a pause, or a death, to mark the end of one life and the beginning of another.

Our descent into hell takes place when we imitate the burial of Christ by our baptism. The bodies of the baptized are in a sense buried in the water as a symbol of their renunciation of the sins of their unregenerate nature. As the Apostle says: The circumcision you have undergone is not an operation performed by human hands, but the complete stripping away of your unregenerate nature. This is the circumcision that Christ gave us, and it is accomplished by our burial with him in baptism. Baptism cleanses the soul from the pollution of worldly thoughts and inclinations: You will wash me, says the psalmist, and I shall be whiter than snow. We receive this saving baptism only once because there was only one death and one resurrection for the salvation of the world, and baptism is its symbol


Holy Innocents, Manhattan, NYC

Pontifical Shrine Of Our Lady Of Mount Carmel, Manhattan, NYC

Cardinal Burke – Traditional Ordinations In The US

ICKP Oratory And Chapel Of Saint Anthony of Padua, W. Orange, Spy Wednesday Tenabrae 2015

Traditional Lenten Season Painting