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The Paulus Institute for The Propagation of Sacred Liturgy, Washington, DC,
has announced that The Fourth Annual
Nellie Gray Mass will take place after
The 43rd March for Life,
Friday, January 22, 2016.
The Mass will be Celebrated at 4 pm in The Extraordinary Form (Traditional Latin Mass) at St. Mary Mother of God Church at
5th and H Sts. NW in downtown Washington DC, where Nellie attended Mass.
A Pontifical Solemn High Mass will be Celebrated at The Faldstool by The Most Reverend Edward J. Slattery, Bishop of Tulsa.
(His Excellency was the Celebrant of The Mass in The Extraordinary Form,
arranged by The Paulus Institute,
at The High Altar of the Basilica of The National Shrine
of The Immaculate Conception, in Washington, in 2010.)
Assisting Ministers will include Rev. Fr. James Bradley,
of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, Master of Ceremonies, and Rev. Fr. Gregory Pendergraft, F.S.S.P., Director of Development for the
North American District of The Fraternity, Deacon.
The Mass will be The Missa Intret for Two or More Martyrs on The Feast Day of Saint Vincent of Saragossa, Deacon and Martyr, and St. Anastasius of Persia, Martyr.
The Vox in Rama Choir, from The Church of The Holy Innocents, in New York City, (Director Kirsten d'Aquino) and members of
St Mary's Schola (Director David Sullivan) will sing
The Missa Secunda, by Hans Leo Hassler (1562-1612),
Ave Maria, by Victoria (1548-1611),
Ave Maria (Angelus Domini), by Franz Biebl (1906-2001)
and O Sacrum Convivium, by Luigi Molfino (1916-2012)
as well as The Gregorian Propers.
Further information is available HERE.