Last week we looked at a parish in Atlantic City, NJ, which is offering Mass in the Extraordinary Form, every Sunday. Right down the road from Atlantic City, in Northfield, NJ, is St. Gianna Molla Parish with a Mass Schedule that looks like this:
SATURDAY EVENING: 4:30 PM (Vigil)
8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 AM (English)
12:30 PM (Latin) (my emphasis)
2:00 PM (Spanish)
8:30AM: Monday – Saturday (English);
7:00 PM: Friday (Spanish)
Now, I don’t know anything about St. Gianna Molla Parish beyond what is on their website (note that they offer not just the OF, and not just the EF, but also a Spanish Mass); for that matter I don’t know anything about St. Nicholas of Tolentine beyond what is on their cluster parish website, and what was in the article I cited. Both of these parishes were brought to my attention by a friend. The point is this:
Do not give up!!! It can happen here! All it takes is (1) priests willing to learn it, (2) a bishop willing to permit it, and, most importantly, (3) people who want to support it, not just in principle but with their own time, talent and treasure.
Curate, ut valeatis.