Friday, 17 February 2017

The First Traditional Latin Mass In Waterford Cathedral, Ireland, In Fifty Years. Deo Gratias.



Illustration: NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT

This Article is taken from, and can be read in full at, NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT

From The Latin Mass Society of Ireland comes this report of the first Traditional Latin Mass held in the Cathedral of Waterford in fifty years. The next Traditional Latin Mass in Waterford Cathedral is scheduled for 26 February 2017, Quinquagesima Sunday, at 10 a.m.

After a fifty-year absence, The Traditional Latin Mass returned to the oldest Cathedral Seat of the oldest City in Ireland. With the kind permission of Very Rev. Canon Edmund Cullinan, Administrator., The Traditional Roman Catholic Mass was offered in Waterford Cathedral on Sunday, 22 January 2017, at 10 a.m.

The Celebrant, Polish Priest Fr Andrzej Komorowski, processed in a rather fitting Green Cope through a respectably-filled Cathedral of over 250 people, all eagerly awaiting The Traditional Mass.


Holy Trinity Cathedral, Waterford, Ireland.
The Waterford Architect, John Roberts, 
was invited to build
Holy Trinity Cathedral for Waterford’s Roman Catholic community.
Founded in 1793, it was the first post-Reformation Catholic Cathedral
to be built in Ireland. Roberts was still working on it when he died
on 23 May 1796 at the age of eighty-two.

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