FSSP-LA – The Table

FSSP.LA

By now, you probably know this week, the Fraternity of Saint Peter [FSSP] has opened it’s apostolate here in Los Angeles. They also have opened a website using the unofficial LA domain:

Many of you have probably already seen this website, but the FSSP-LA has also created an official source for news and community events that would otherwise be what would be usually seen on a Parish Website, officially known as The Table:

The Table is where it happens:

  • Mass times and locations
  • Events
  • Everything to do with parish life and the different associations and parish activities
  • within our community
  • Also, special announcements
  • Communication with other members of our community and more!

This is the only official FSSP source in the Archdiocese. The FSSP-LA has opened two registrations::

The Membership Registration is for those who wish to eventually be part of the future parish.

The Table is for everyone – both those who will be future parishioners, and also those who will attend occasionally, or come to a conference, or from neighboring Latin Mass Communities, or even friends from around the world who wish to join us in growing our love and devotion to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

Both registrations are free. We encourage all readers who interested in the Mass of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman rite to sign up as soon as possible. To sign up for the table. You can easily find The Table by clicking here:

For those interested in belonging to the future FSSP parish in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, in addition to joining the table, we encourage members to also register here.
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Help keep Church of the Holy Innocents (New York) open!

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The parishioners of The Church of Holy Innocents are fighting to keep their parish opened.

This is one of the few places in New York that celebrates the Tridentine Mass regularly and on a daily basis.

Holy Innocents is a parish that financially supports itself and does not need to be closed nor does it warrant to be merged.

We pray that Cardinal Dolan, keeps our beloved parish opened. May God grant him good health and a long life.

Please everyone sign this petition. The Archbishop will reach a decision by September and they need 1000 more signatures. Please sign the petition by clicking on the ticket link above or by clicking the page below:

Petition Page:

Note Bene: Requests have been made, please Do Not negatively talk about Cardinal Dolan or the Archdiocese of New York. The mission is to save the Parish.

A facebook event page has also been created. Please go to:
https://www.facebook.com/events/266254206894841

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