PLEASE FORWARD THIS TO EVERYONE!!!!! As many of you probably know, much activity has been going on in Los Angeles, and one of the biggest projects is supporting the FSSP-LA in establishing a new parish in the heart of Los Angeles.
A generous benefactor has given a matching pledge of $60,000 – if we can pledge this amount by October 7th, then the benefactor will match it.
We only until October 7th to raise these funds. If you are able to help, feel free to contact us directly, or by making a pledge on the FSSP-LA Website:
In the memo line, please place “Matching Funds for FSSP-LA”
You may also write a check made payable to FSSP-LA, and in the memo line, please specify “Matching Funds for FSSP-LA”.
A special limited edition of St. Vibiana, the patroness of Los Angeles, will be given to those who donate more than $1000.00.
Checks may be written out directly to the FSSP:
645 9th St., Unite 110-419
Los Angeles, CA 90015
ANYONE IN THE WORLD MAY MAKE A DONATION OR PLEDGE!!!
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Calling both new and experienced Altar Servers that love the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite!
FSSP-LA is forming it’s Altar Serving Program and we really need your help. We are calling all those who want to learn and benefit from service on the Altar, or simply wish to learn how to serve Mass. We are also calling for experienced men who could help. If you wish to join the Altar Serving Program for the FSSP-LA, please fill out the form below or send an email to me at email@example.com
By January, I should be sending a regular schedule out. Now is the best time to join as we are forming and this is a great way to get active in the future FSSP parish.
We also would like every existing Altar Server in the Archdiocese to join our program. For more information, please contact Charles Coulombe
Please feel free to share this with other young men who may be interested in learning how to serve on the Altar.
As many of you know, at the end of the month, November 30th, 2014, Fr. Fryar will begin a weekly Mass over at Saint Victor’s Catholic Church in West Hollywood @ 7PM. To prepare for this, we will be sponsoring an Altar Serving Workshop. I will be slightly changing my curriculum to go with the FSSP standards and will be explaining and implementing some of the changes at the workshop. Therefore, I would also recommend all existing servers and trainers to attend.
Date: Saturday, November 29th, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM, all day event
Place: Saint Victor’s Catholic Church
8634 Holloway Dr,
As many of you know, we are also very blessed to have Father Fryar of the Fraternity of Saint Peter here in Los Angeles. Starting the First Sunday of Advent, November 30th, 2014 @ 7PM, Father Fryar will begin saying a weekly High Mass at Saint Victors. Everyone is encouraged to attend and requested to bring both family and friends. The choir has been diligently practicing. If you are interested in joining one of the choirs, please click here
for more information. We will need Altar Servers, and Ushers. In addition, we plan on having a Potluck Dinner after the Mass, and ask everyone to participate. For more information and to coordinate potluck, please contact Charles Coulombe and 818-794-9461 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Victor Catholic Church is located at:
In the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, we are blessed to offer several Mass Times of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite.
ALL SAINTS DAY – SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST 2014:*
Holy Innocents Catholic Church
San Felipe Chapel:
HIGH MASS with Fr. Michael U. Perea, O. Praem
Solemn Requiem Mass with Father Robert Bishop, Father Michael Carcerano, Father Marcos Solis, and Father James Fryar, FSSP.
10 AM, 11 AM, 12 AM
Three Masses in the Morning with Father Michael U. Perea, O. Praem
7 PM, 8 PM, 9 PM
Three Masses in the Evening with Father James Fryar, FSSP,
ADDITIONAL MASS TIME, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND 2014:**
Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church:
A HIGH MASS will be celebrated by Father Michael U. Perea, O. Praem this Sunday. The regular 6:30AM Tridentine Low Mass will also be celebrated.
* In the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, All Saints Day is not a Holy Day of Obligation because it falls on a Saturday, however it is still a day in which one can receive graces by attending some of these masses. In the words of a wise priest, it is a Holy Day of Opportunity.
**In the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, All Souls Day cannot land on a Sunday. It is therefore transfered to the following day. Sunday, November 2nd is the 21st Sunday after Pentecost. The next time this will happen will be the year 2025.
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
- 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.