Next TLM in Carmel, Indiana: May 4th, 5 pm

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Traditional Latin Mass Date: May 4th at 5:00 pm

 

Celebrant: Fr. Michael Magiera
Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter 

The location of this 3rd Traditional Latin Mass will be the day chapel at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, 10655 Haverstick Road, Carmel, Indiana.

Offering the Mass will be Father Michael Magiera, Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, Associate Pastor at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Carmel, Indiana  (March 20, 2008) – The Most Reverend William L. Higi, Bishop of the Diocese of Lafayette in Indiana is supporting a proposal initiated by Una Voce Carmel, a chapter of Una Voce America for a Traditional Latin Mass to be scheduled regularly on Sundays in the Carmel Deanery, Diocese of Lafayette in Indiana. 

The first Traditional Latin Mass (TLM) will be offered by Father Gerard Saguto, FSSP, on Sunday, April 6th and subsequently, every other Sunday thereafter. Father Saguto is pastor of S.S. Philomena Cecilia’s Roman Catholic Church located in Southeastern Indiana.

Current plans include expansion to include all Sundays and Holy Days starting June 1st. At that time, Lafayette diocese’s Father Christopher Roberts, associate at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel parish in Carmel, Indiana will alternate with Father Saguto on Sundays. Father Roberts will complete his TLM training in the middle of May.

The location of the Traditional Latin Mass will be the day chapel at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, 10655 Haverstick Road, Carmel, Indiana.

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