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MASS OF THE AGES Part 2: A Perfect Storm

That’s Part 2 above.

If you missed or would like to review Part 1, that’s just below:

This just now came out, so Part 3 will be a while in the making.

The webpage for the creators of this Trilogy is latinmass.com

I’ve seen Part 1. That was great. I haven’t sat through Part 2, yet. Have you seen it?


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UPDATE: TheLiturgy.org Mass of the Ages

/// UPDATE: I wasn’t able to watch Part I of the Trilogy when it was released on 15 August 2021, because Sundays are rather busy days for priests. But I watched it early morning 16 August. Great! It’s on YouTube, and I could simply post the video of Part I here. But that would be very unfair to the creators of this treasure. Instead, go to their webpage and see the growing wealth of their presentation there: ///


These guys have been working on this film, a trilogy, for years about the TLM, the Mass of the Ages. High quality.

That they should be ready to bring this to the world – via YouTube – at this precise time, while the Catholic world is reeling from the harsh smackdown by Pope Francis, is most providential.

As you can see from the trailer above, just one glorious minute, we are in for a treat.

The first part will by broadcast Sunday 15 August 2021, the great feast of the Assumption, soul and body, of the Immaculate, Virgin, Mother of God, she who stood by the cross, by her Divine Son, when all the Apostles ran away. Thank God for that son of thunder, John, the beloved (=David), who returned, unable to abandon now his heavenly mother and her Son, Christ our God.

Nota bene: You might have to let the site load up for quite a while (this from someone with almost zero internet connection). It’s not blank pages that are there. Scroll down and you’ll see what is loading up. It’s worth the wait.

“Click the purple ‘GET NOTIFIED’ button to join us for the August 15th LIVE Premiere.” Everyone who signs up will get access.

That “GET NOTIFIED” purple button will (eventually appear, when it loads up) at the bottom of your screen. Click on that. As they say: Everyone who signs up will get access.


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