Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Holy Father gives FSSP Rome parish...

It is with great joy that the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter announces the opening of a personal parish in the Diocese of Rome.

The decree of erection of the parish, which is dated Easter day of 2008, states that in conformity with art. 10 of Summorum Pontificum, “and after having received the proposal of the Cardinal Vicar, the Holy Father has established that in the central sector of the Diocese of Rome, in the 1st District, and in a fitting place of worship, namely, the Church of Ss. Trinità dei Pellegrini . . . should be erected a personal parish, in order to guarantee proper pastoral care for the entire community of Traditionalist faithful residing in the same Diocese.

The Fraternity of St. Peter is deeply grateful to the Holy Father and his Vicar, Cardinal Camillo Ruini, to be entrusted with this parish in the See of Peter. Of the many dioceses where it serves, this is the tenth apostolate which has been erected as a full personal parish, and the first in Europe. It is hoped that this particular parish will serve not only the local parishioners, but that it will also provide a fine example of the beauty and solemnity of the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite to the many pilgrims and students in Rome. Rev. Joseph Kramer, FSSP, has been appointed as the first pastor of the parish Ss. Trinità dei Pellegrini, Rector of the venerable Archconfraternity of the same name, and Rector of the church.

The installation of Fr. Kramer as pastor, and official opening Mass of the parish will take place on June 8, 2008. The Fraternity of St. Peter asks for your prayers in carrying out these new duties towards the faithful, and the Diocese of Rome.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do you happen to have any news about what will become of San Gregorio dei Muratori? Also, will the ICRSP expected to receive a parish of their own? Thank you- Andrew

JPSonnen said...

Andrew,

Sorry, but I don't know. It will be interesting to see what happens.

Marcin said...

Can anyone of you list 10 parishes of FSSP?

PeterHWright said...

Congratulations and prayers to Fr. Kramer, FSSP, and his confreres.

Gaudeamus et laetemus.

PeterHWright said...

P.S. I meant "gaudeamus et laetemur" .
Sorry !

Anonymous said...

Is it possible to find the text of the decree on the web or elsewhere?