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Author:  theresao65 [ Sat Oct 19, 2013 9:47 pm ]
Post subject:  Traditional Latin Masses in Europe

(I apologize if this may be addressed elsewhere. I have returned to the site, after a long, regrettable absence, and have tried looking to see where this may be addressed, with no luck.)
Currently I am attending a local public University. One of my professors has generously offered to a handful of her graduate students an opportunity to go over to (south) Cyprus, an island near Greece, for a period of 12 to 25 weeks, depending on individual commitments at home. I am one such student; I want to go, only for the period of 12-13 weeks, max.
I am just wondering if anyone may know if there would be any traditional Masses offered in that area? I have been very lucky in my life where I have been away from the Mass and the sacraments for any length of time. For that I feel blessed and lucky. If there would be any opportunity for such, being 6100 miles away from home, that would be delightful. If not, I would go prepared for my own daily/Sunday time with God.

Author:  Recusant [ Sat Oct 19, 2013 10:00 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Traditional Latin Masses in Europe

Here is a listing that might help you:

http://honneurs.free.fr/Wikini/wakka.php?wiki=GrecE

Author:  Ken Gordon [ Sat Oct 19, 2013 11:00 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Traditional Latin Masses in Europe

Lance Tardugno wrote:
Here is a listing that might help you:

http://honneurs.free.fr/Wikini/wakka.php?wiki=GrecE

From what I can see, all these are affiliated with the Novus Ordo...

Many have "Summorum Pontificum" listed after them: these are Indult Masses.

Even so, the list is interesting.

Author:  Recusant [ Sun Oct 20, 2013 2:17 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Traditional Latin Masses in Europe

Ken Gordon wrote:
Lance Tardugno wrote:
Here is a listing that might help you:

http://honneurs.free.fr/Wikini/wakka.php?wiki=GrecE

From what I can see, all these are affiliated with the Novus Ordo...

Many have "Summorum Pontificum" listed after them: these are Indult Masses.

Even so, the list is interesting.


Thanks Ken, I didn't look too closely when I posted it.

Author:  TKGS [ Tue Oct 22, 2013 10:15 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Traditional Latin Masses in Europe

Perhaps this website is more up to date:

http://www.ecclesia.luxvera.org/Directory-World.html

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