St John Bosco Feast Day, Sunday, January 31st

 

St John Bosco Latin Mass Community

will celebrate the feast day

of its patron saint this Sunday

at Sacred Heart of Jesus Roman Catholic Church

in Cicero, Indiana.        

Cicero is 6 (six) miles

directly North of Noblesville.

 Offering the Mass at 1:00 pm

will be Fr Robert Fromageot, FSSP.

A pitch in dinner will follow Mass.

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Gregorian Chant Practicum

 

On January 30th 2010 a.D. the St. John Bosco Latin Mass Community is proud to host Fr. Robert Fromageot, FSSP who will conduct a Gregorian Chant Practicum at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Cicero, IN at 10 am. Fr. Fromageot is a professor of Dogmatic Theology at the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter’s North American Seminary, Our Lady of Guadalupe in Denton, NE as well as the Schola Director at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Lincoln, NE. Father has conducted numerous Practica on Gregorian Chant, he was a recent guest of EWTN’s Life on the Rock where he spoke on Gregorian Chant and how it assists the liturgy fulfill its twofold end; namely, the worship of God and the sanctification of souls.

The Practicum will consist of 3 parts:

                                                     I. Introduction to chant

                                                    II.  Basics of Chant                                      

                                                    III. Chant Practicum (Chant Workshop)

                                                          -Missa de Angelis

The practicum is open to everyone. No matter if you are a novice or an expert, it will enrich your understanding of Gregorian chant. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Mr. Terry Garrity at 317-984-9158 or 317-984-3358. Also, you may visit our website at www.uvcarmel.org.

Cost: Free will donations accepted.

 

St. Boniface Parish, Lafayette, IN Hosts Father Samuel Weber, OSB First to Offer the TLM in the Diocese of Charlotte

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On April 11 & 12, the Music Department at St. Boniface Parish will conduct a workshop on Gregorian Chant. The goal of the workshop will be to de-mystify Gregorian chant for those new to it, without neglecting those who already have a basic understanding of chant. Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB, will be guest lecturer for the clinic. Fr. Samuel is currently Associate Professor of Early Christianity and Spiritual Formation at Wake Forest University Divinity School.  Father Weber was the first to offer the Traditional Latin Mass in the diocese at Davis chapel, Wake Forest University in the Diocese of Charlotte. He has been credited with being the first priest to celebrate a regularly scheduled TLM in the diocese since its quasi replacement with the Novus Ordo Missae in 1970.

All events are free and open to the public, but reservations are recommended. For further information, contact Linda Schafer at (765)742-5409 or lp.Schafer@verizon.net.

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE (All events on St. Boniface Campus-St. Michael Center)

Friday, April 11: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Intro to Gregorian Chant for musicians and non-musicians

Saturday, April 12: 10:00 a.m.-Noon-Singing Gregorian Chant-Part I

  • 12:00-Box lunch (pre-ordered by calling Nan at 742-5063 by Tuesday, April 1) are $8 each.
  • 1:00-3:00 p.m.-Singing Gregorian Chant-Part II
  • 4:00 p.m. Novus Ordo Missa Cantata with Gregorian Chant Introit, Offertory and Communion sung by Men’s Schola Gregoriana and Women’s Schola Gregoriana, and Offertory and Communion motets sung by the St. Boniface Schola Cantorum. Gregorian Chant Ordinary sung by schola, choir, and congregation. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to sing at this Mass.

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Fr. Samuel Weber, OSB composed the tones for The Mundelein Psalter. He is monk of Saint Meinrad Archabbey in Indiana and an organ and chant specialist. Currently he serves as Associate Professor of Spirituality and Early Christianity at the Divinity School at Wake Forest University in Winston Salem, NC. He holds an M. Div. from St. Meinrad School of Theology, and an S.T.L. from Sant’Anselmo in Rome. He has also completed studies in Gregorian chant at the Pontifical Institute for Liturgical Music, and holds an M.A. in Greek and Latin Literature in Ancient Art and Archaeology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Publications include the Hymnal for the Liturgy of the Hours (GIA, 1987). His musical work includes A Still, Small Voice: The Proper of the Mass for the Season of Advent for the Carmelite Nuns of Green Bay, Wisconsin, a liturgical setting of the St. John Passion, and the monastic antiphonary for St. Bernard Abbey in Cullman, Alabama. He is widely known for his setting of the proper texts of the Mass to chant melodies.

The Rev. Samuel F. Weber,  OSB

Wake Forest University Divinity School

Box 7719 – Winston-Salem, NC 27109-7719

Phone: (336) 758-4289  E-mail: webersf@wfu.edu.

Fraternity Priest from Historic Southeast Indiana Addresses Culture, Convenience and Catholicism

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Father Gerard Saguto of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, recently spoke on “Culture, Convenience and Catholicism” at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church, Carmel, Indiana.  Father Saguto is administrator of a traditional Roman Catholic parish which is one of the best kept secrets in historic Southeast Indiana. Folks drive from as far away as Lafayette, Indianapolis, Dayton, and Cincinnati to attend the Traditional Latin Mass on Sundays.  Those families that getaway for the weekends and stay in bed & breakfast or hotel accommodations have found a wonderful way to round off their Sundays.   What they find is an authentic Solemn High Mass that you would have experienced in the 19th  up to the mid 20th centuries in Southeast Indiana.   

For more on historic SS. Philomena and Cecilia Visit:
http://www.archindy.org/parishes/listings/114.html 

For more on Southeastern Indiana Weekend Getaways visit:  
http://www.exploresouthernindiana.com/ 

http://www.downthelazyriver.org/ 

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Nice Turnout Last Sunday Night!

 Thank You

Thanks to everyone that attended our first speaker’s series, Culture, Convenience and Catholicism with Father Gerard Saguto.  Everybody was very brave to weather the temperatures that were in the single digits with sub-zero wind chill factors.  And again, many thanks to Father Saguto who drove over an hour to get back home.  On a warmer note, we are looking forward to our next event that will soon be announced.

All the best in Christ,

Una Voce Carmel

Father Gerard Saguto FSSP

Una Voce Carmel Speaker Series Announced

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Una Voce Carmel is proud to announce the first in a series of relevant topics to all Catholics. Over the last month, UVC has been hard at work lining up a number of speakers and a venue to sponsor a series to correspond with this year’s Lent season.
On Sunday, February 10th, a 7pm, Fr. Gerard Saguto, FSSP, will discuss Culture, Convenience and Catholicism, at the Social Hall of St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church, 10655 Haverstick Road, Carmel, Indiana. Father Saguto will speak for about one hour, followed by a short question and answer session from those in the audience.

Father attended college at Christendom College, Front Royal, VA in 1998 and seminary at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in Lincoln, Nebraska. In 2004, he was ordained by Bishop Bruskewitz in Lincoln Nebraska. He is the current administrator of SS Philomena and Cecilia Catholic Church, Brookville, Indiana.

For more information, call us at 581-0315 or info@uvcarmel.org.

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