Friday, July 03, 2009

Solemn High Mass from Milan's Cattolica...

On July 1 Solemn High Mass was sung in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman rite at Milan's famed Catholic University of the Sacred Heart (Universita' Cattolica del Sacro Cuore).
The Mass was sung in the main university chapel, the Cappella Sacro Cuore. The celebrant was the Superior General of the FSSP, Fr. John Berg. The chapel was packed with students and faculty alike and the student choir did a fabulous job.
Thanks, guys, it was wonderful and hope to see you all in Rome sometime soon!


Anonymous said...

Beautiful chapel.

Now if only they could get rid of that ugle, plain, Protestant-style Vatican II altar in the front that ruins the whole appeal of the chapel.

Do what they did to the Vatican II altar at Westminster Cathedral in Britian....just pick it up, and haul it off to a closet, basement, trash dump. etc.

Roland de Chanson said...

I agree with the previous poster about the table. It ressembles more a slab in a morgue. Un tavolo da autopsia. What a botch is the novus ordo. Ciò nonostante, che bella cappella. Signore, che sia riparata la Tua Casa che è già caduta in rovina.