Thursday, 5 February 2015

Twenty-Five Years Of The Traditional Mass At The Church Of Saint Eugene, Paris.




Since The Traditional Latin Mass was restored
to The Church of Saint Eugene, Paris,
there have been more than Thirty
Priestly Vocations from The Parish.

Deo Gratias.


Church of Saint Eugene,
Paris, France.
Image: DELCAMPE.NET




Watch The Traditional Mass being Celebrated
at The Church of Saint Eugene, Paris, France.
Available on YouTube at



Following an application to His Excellency, Cardinal Lustiger, in 1984, by 273 Members and Supporters of The Choir, and Friends of Saint Cecilia, on Sunday, 17 November 1985, the Solemnity of Saint Eugene, Bishop and Martyr, Lawrence M. Abbot, tenth Pastor of Saint Eugene, Celebrated, for the first time in his Church, The Mass of Saint Pius V, which had been excluded since 1970, and, since then, has been Celebrated normally.

This is an opportunity to give thanks to God for the many visible fruits and the many graces received in these twenty-five years, especially for more than thirty Priestly Vocations coming from the Parish.

In this video, you can hear: 

1 . O Felix Anima by Carissimi. It's one of our recording done in Rome and you have it on this CD: http: //www.schola-sainte-cecile.com/E ... 

2. Dixit Dominus of Marc-Antoine Charpentier. The score is on our website and you can buy and download it, it's just 1 EUR: http: //www.schola-sainte-cecile.com/2 ...

3. Ite Missa Est from the "Royale Mass of the First Tone" by Henry du Mont.

4. Christus Vincit by Aloys Kunc.




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