Sunday, 13 June 2010

Twenty-First Monthly Mass in the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin

A congregation of 10 attended the Twenty-First Montly Mass in the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin.







9 comments:

Quis ut Deus said...

Love the idea about the year for nuns. VII is the worst kept disaster secret ever! Instead of global we went local with the loss of a universal language. Instead of equality we went totally male-dominated and the nuns disappeared. Instead of resourcing the laity we forced them to do clerical jobs. Instead of up we went down! Time to begin the fight back!

Anonymous said...

Why are those creepy balls of light there? They look like something out of a sci-fi movie.

Anonymous said...

not the prettiest church. pity the Traditional Form had to be located here. any chance that was a deliberate choice?

Anonymous said...

Is'nt there any way to let local people know about this Mass??? It is a tragedy to see nobdy at it!!! Well done to the ones who do go.

Anonymous said...

The power of prayer is the only answer.

Alyssa said...

The Trad Mass we go to is really well attended. Sad to see the Saint Peter Priests doing so bad in Ireland.

Vincent of Lerins said...

The phrase "bouncing along the bottom" applies here. If it were a patient he would be critical but it looks like this patient has been in a critical state for nearly two years. Isn't it time for intensive care?

Sally Ryan said...

I don't like this Church. It's far too modern and badly decorated for the Traditional Mass.

Donnelly's Hollow said...

I think this is really sad. We all worked so hard and it ends up with a few people making a mess of it. It's just what the Priests want because it means that the Latin Mass is going nowhere in Kildare.