Masses in Latin are here to stay
Church officials deem test a success
Michael Clancy and Judy Nichols
The Arizona Republic
Jun. 27, 2005 12:00 AM
Jim Warras clutched a well-worn Maryknoll Missal, a gift from a cousin who was a nun, as he entered St. Thomas the Apostle in central Phoenix on Sunday afternoon.
A faded ribbon marked the day, the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost, in the leather-bound book that contains the Latin and English version of prayers for each day’s Mass.
Warras, 69, remembers the Latin Mass from his youth in Milwaukee. . . .