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Rorate Mass tomorrow at 6:00 am. You can then have breakfast with us and hit the Mall when it opens!



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Traditional Christmastide

Our Lady of Sorrows, Jersey City

Rev. John Perricone, priest Simone Ferraresi, Music Dir.
All liturgies according to the traditional ordo in Latin
Clairmont Ave & Ocean, with off street parking directly across from the Church.




Rorate Mass, 6:00 am, Saturday, December 17, 2022. The Rorate Mass is lit only by candlelight. Because it is a votive Mass in Mary’s honor, white vestments are worn instead of Advent violet. In the dimly lit setting, priests and faithful prepare to honor the Light of the world, Who is soon to be born, and offer praise to God for the gift of Our Lady. As the Mass proceeds and sunrise approaches, the church becomes progressively brighter, illumined by the sun as our Faith is illumined by Christ. Also known in the Middle Ages as the Missa aurea (the Golden Mass), because of the various promises added to it. Prope est!

Midnight Mass, Saturday, December 24, 2022.
The genealogy of Our Lord according to the flesh will be chanted at midnight and the First Mass of Christmas follows immediately thereafter. The Nativity of Our Lord is recorded to have taken place in the depths of the night and so this ancient liturgy pierces the darkness echoing the refrain of the the angelic hosts singing Gloria in excelsis Deo!. A prelude of sacred music will commence at 11:30 pm by Cantantes in Cordibus, the choir in residence. The choir , accompanied by orchestra, will sing Caldara’s Mass in G, a baroque masterpiece.

Octave of Christmas, 9:00 am, Sunday, January 1, 2023. “Today, the Son of Man is to be circumcised; this first sacrifice of his innocent Flesh must honor the eighth day of his mortal life. Mysteries abound on this day: let us not pass one of them over but honor them with all possible devotion and love.”


Epiphany Blessing of the of the Water, Thursday, January 5, 2023, 7:00 pm. This ritual was borrowed from the Eastern Church which calls it the Great Blessing of Waters on the Eve of -Theophany. It entered the Roman Ritual in 1890, the same year Pope Leo XIII composed his “Exorcism Against Satan and the Apostate Angels,” a longer version of his familiar 1886 St. Michael prayer. After the psalms and the Magnificat, the priest recites quietly, in Latin, the central oration from Pope Leo’s longer prayer to St. Michael, a deck-clearing exorcism that aims to deliver, not a possessed person, but the Church herself from the destructive designs of ¬Satan. Join in this prayer against these days which are evil! The faithful may bring water in containers to be blessed to bring home to the domestic church.


Epiphany, Friday, January 6, 2023, 7:00 pm “The Epiphany is indeed a great Feast, and the joy caused us by the Birth of our Jesus must be renewed on it, for, as though it were a second Christmas Day, it shows us our Incarnate God in a new light. It leaves us all the sweetness of the dear Babe of Bethlehem, who hath appeared to us already in love; but to this it adds its own grand manifestation of the divinity of our Jesus. At Christmas, it was a few Shepherds that were invited by the Angels to go and recognize THE WORD MADE FLESH; but now, at the Epiphany, the voice of God himself calls the whole world to adore this Jesus and hear him.”

“For the Son of God became man so that we might become God.” St. Athanasius of
Alexandria, AD 296 – 373

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