Procession/ Pilgrimage to Mt. Rubidoux, diocese of San Bernardino.

There has been some interest in the Riverside Area of a procession or pilgrimage to the top of Mount Rubidoux. For those of you not familiar with the area, Mount Rubidoux is owned by the city of Riverside and adjoins the heart of the city at the northwestern end. Many historic markers and memorials have been placed on the hill, the most prominent being the cross at the summit dedicated to Father Junípero Serra. The proposed date would be the eve of the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, September 13th, also the Saturday Office of Our Lady. If you are interested or have any questions, please send an email to Charles Coulombe at decoulombe@gmail.com. Additional details will be made later this week to those who are interested.

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Solemn High Mass for the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul

Celebrated by newly ordained priest, Fr. David R. Gonzalez, O.Praem. On the occasion of the parish’s patronal feastday. Devout assistance at a priest’s First Mass grants a plenary indulgence.

SS. PETER AND PAUL CHURCH
Address:
515 West Opp Street
Wilmington, CA 90744
(310) 834-5215
SOLEMN HIGH MASS: June 29th @ 5:00 PM

Nota Bene: The Low Mass scheduled for the morning has not changed.
LOW MASS: June 29th @ 6:30 AM

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Solemn High Mass of Fr. David R. Gonzalez, O.Praem.

Please join us in congratulating and praying for Norbertine, frater David Rafa Gonzalez (who will be ordained June 21st) in one of his first Solemn High Masses in Long Beach.


HOLY INNOCENTS CATHOLIC CHURCH
Address:
425 E. 20th St.
Long Beach CA 90806
(562) 591-6924
SOLEMN HIGH MASS: Ferial-Octave of the Visitation

SATURDAY, JULY 5TH, 2014 – 10 AM with Father David R. Gonzalez, O.Praem

Note Bene: Father Gonzalez was ordained today, June 21st, 2014 in the Mission Basilica of San Juan Capistrano. He will be transferring to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles where he will be working very closely with the Norbertines in Saint Peter and Paul and Holy Innocents.

Parking is very limited at the church site, however there is additional parking very near Holy Innocents. Mass attendees are asked to park at Sticklin-Snively Mortuary, who has graciously given permission to park in their ample parking lot which is easy walking distance from our church.

Sticklin-Snively Mortuary
1952 Long Beach Blvd.

Long Beach CA 90806

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Announcement of Requiem Mass for Father Walker, FSSP

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There will be a Requiem Mass this coming Wednesday, 25th of this month,
at 7.30 P.M., at Holy Innocents Church for the soul of the late FATHER
KENNETH WALKER, of the order, THE FRATERNITY OF SAINT PETER. All are
invited to attend.

 

HOLY INNOCENTS CATHOLIC CHURCH
Address:
425 E. 20th St.
Long Beach CA 90806
(562) 591-6924

REQUIEM MASS – 7:30 PM, Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
Officiant: Father Michael Carcerano


The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter mourns the death of Rev. Kenneth
Walker, FSSP, who was murdered on June 11, 2014 at the Rectory of Mater
Misericordiae Parish in Phoenix, Arizona, where he served as assistant
priest. He was dearly loved by the faithful he served and his confrères
in the Fraternity. His first mass was celebrated at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in June of 2012.

Nota Bene: Parking
is very limited at the church site, however there
is additional parking very near Holy Innocents. Mass attendees are
asked to park at Sticklin-Snively Mortuary, who has graciously given 
permission to park in their ample parking lot which is easy walking
distance from our church.

Sticklin-Snively Mortuary

1952 Long Beach Blvd.

Long Beach CA 90806

Event on Facebook: Click Here

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Pray For The Priests of Mater Misericordiae in Phoenix

Originally published on the FSSP Website: One of our own is fallen, but the mission goes on.
see: http://fssp.com/press/2014/06/pray-for-the-priests-of-mater-misericordiae-in-phoenix/

Father Walker, First Mass, Our Lady of
Guadalupe Seminary, June 2012
The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter mourns the death of Rev. Kenneth Walker, FSSP, who was murdered on June 11, 2014 at the Rectory of Mater Misericordiae Parish in Phoenix, Arizona, where he served as assistant priest. He was dearly loved by the faithful he served and his confreres in the Fraternity.

Fr. Joseph Terra was also injured in the assault; he is hospitalized and in critical but stable condition. We ask for your prayers for the health of Fr. Terra.

We ask for your prayers for the repose of the soul of Fr. Walker and that God might grant great consolation to his family and his parishioners in this terrible tragedy. Fr. Walker was ordained a priest in 2012, and was 28 years old.

Oremus:

O God, Who didst give to thy servant, Kenneth, by his sacerdotal office, a share in the priesthood of the Apostles, grant, we implore, that he may also be one of their company forever in Heaven. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

Requiem Aeternam dona ei, Domine.

Et lux perpetua luceat ei.

Requiescat in pace.

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Feast of Corpus Christi Mass and Procession

Please join us on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday to solemnly commemorate the institution of the Holy Eucharist according to the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite.

SAINT PETER AND SAINT PAUL CHURCH:
Address:
515 West Opp Street
Wilmington, CA 90744
(310) 834-5215
HIGH MASS and PROCESSION
THURSDAY, JUNE 19TH, 2014 – 7:15 PM with Father Michael Carcerano

Traditionally, this event is open to the entire community. All priests and religious, altar servers and choir members are invited to participate.

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A Note about Corpus Christi Thursday: This is not a holy day of obligation. In many diocese in the United States, to include Los Angeles, the Feast of Corpus Christi has been transferred to the following Sunday. Everyone is nevertheless encouraged to attend for reasons of Spiritual Benefit and support of the Traditional Communities surrounding the Los Angeles area.

As one priest said, “This is a Holy Day of Opportunity.”

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