TLM and Talk October 6 in the Diocese of St. Louis

For anyone in the St. Louis area who would like to attend…

St. Joseph Radio Catholic Lecture Series

Mark Your Calendar!

St. Joseph Radio and the Friends of Old St. Ferdinand Shrine~


The Holy Sacrifice of Mass

Fr. Gary Carr
Visiting priest at St. Frances de Sales Oratory in St. Louis
Fr. Thomas Keller
Director of Liturgy & Liturgical Formation at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary
• Why the Motu Proprio?
• What is the difference between the Novus Ordo Mass and the Traditional Mass?
• How can I benefit from a Mass said in a language I do not understand?

8:30 a.m. Registration
9:00 a.m. Talk 1: Back to the Future – Fr. Gary Carr
10:15 a.m. Talk 2: The Tridentine Mass Explained – Fr. Thomas Keller

11:30 a.m. Tridentine Latin Mass
Celebrants: Fr. Gary Carr and Fr. Thomas Keller
12:30 p.m. Lunch

1:15 p.m. Talk 3: Safe Harbor or Dangerous Iceberg for the Bark of Peter? Fr. Gary Carr

2:45 p.m. Questions and Answers, Fr. Gary Carr
4:00 p.m. Closing

Bring your family and friends!
Freewill Donations Appreciated! Reservations required for lunch – please call 636-244-0089

Saturday ~ October 6, 2007
Historic Old St. Ferdinand Shrine • 1 Rue Saint Francois • Florissant, Missouri

For more information or to schedule a speaker for your parish event or organization, please contact:
St. Joseph Radio • P.O. Box 2983 • Orange, California 92859 • Phone: 714-744-0336 • Fax: 714-744-1998
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Just in case someone here missed this announcement.

I just wanted to let you know these are diocesan priests, not with a particular Traditional order. Father Gary Carr has to be one of THE most outspoken priests, especially on EENS, that I ever have had the privilege to hear. He’s a very passionate speaker and does NOT mince words. If anyone is near the St. Louis area, I would encourage you to come.

Thank you!

The Archdiocese of St. Louis must be very blessed to have orthodox priests :slight_smile:

If you have a good, orthodox bishop like we do, the priests start falling in line. It’s been kind of an amazing thing to watch here is this diocese over the past few years with Archbishop Raymond Burke at the helm. We ARE truly blessed. Deo Gratias!

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