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Re: Jersey City's Hottest Event: Latin Mass at OLS
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Dear DMark526:

Your thesis is wrong. The JC Latin Mass has always been approved by the Archbishop. Ted McCarrick, our local Bergoglio, a political genius who hates the faith and prayer, absolutely forbade the Traditional Mass. But McCarrick’s successors, despite being men more or less in his mold, have taken an approach more like Henri IV e.g. " Paris vaut bien une Messe.” Toleration, however, in this instance leaves the community prey to the element.

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Acutally, we all know why! It's because Pope Francis has placed restrictions on it. Once someone dimes out the parish to the Archbishop, the mass must move.

https://www.ncronline.org/news/vatican ... rictions-ensure-adherence


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The peregrinations of the Latin Mass Community in Jersey City (Holy Rosary, then St. Anthony's then St. Paul the Apostle, then Assumption, now OLS) are like the wanderings of the Jews in the desert. Only the Lord knows why. At this, Our Lady of Sorrows, at the intersection of Ocean and Claremont, is the promised land. Thank you for welcoming us, Fr. Mino.

Btw, the parish has a very important food bank and also has a shelter for homeless women. Faith without works is dead!

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There is off street parking right across from the church.

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The peregrinations of the Latin Mass Community in Jersey City (Holy Rosary, then St. Anthony's then St. Paul the Apostle, then Assumption, now OLS) are like the wanderings of the Jews in the desert. Only the Lord knows why. At this, Our Lady of Sorrows, at the intersection of Ocean and Claremont, is the promised land. Thank you for welcoming us, Fr. Mino.

Btw, the parish has a very important food bank and also has a shelter for homeless women. Faith without works is dead!

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There is off street parking right across from the church.

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When did they move the Latin Mass to this Parish ? At first it was at Holy Rosary then next door at St. Anthony's. Anyway good to know and thank you for posting.

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