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SGS NEWS - The Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary

31 January 2014


photograph: Douglas Turecek

*THE PURIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
or CANDLEMAS

Sunday, 2 February: Blessing of Candles, Procession, and High Mass
at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated by Fr. Matthew Mauriello, St. Roch Church,
Greenwich. Music for the service sung by the Chant Schola of the
Saint Gregory Society will include the “Missa Marialis” Ordinary
(Vatican Edition IX/X), the antiphons “Hodie beata Virgo,” and
“Senex puerum,” and the Gregorian chants for the Procession and
Mass of the Day. The second offering will be for the benefit of
St. Stanislaus Church.

*THE FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER THE EPIPHANY
Sunday, 9 February: Low Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated by
Fr. Dennis Kolinski, SJC. The second offering will be for the benefit
of the Saint Gregory Society.

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The Saint Gregory Society
P. O. Box 891
New Haven, CT 06504
Telephone: (203) 815-8955 (except Mondays)
On the web: http://www.saint-gregory.org

SGS NEWS - The Twenty-fifth Sunday after Pentecost

8 November 2013

*The Twenty-fifth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, 10 November: High Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated
by Fr. Christopher Feeney, St. Joseph Church, New London.
Music for the service, sung by the Chant Schola of the St. Gregory
Society will include the “Missa Dominicalis” Ordinary (Vatican ed. XI),
the antiphons “Salve Regina” and “O quam suavis,” and the Gregorian
Chant Mass proper of the day. The second offering will be for the benefit
of the St. Gregory Society.

*The Twenty-sixth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, 10 November: Low Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated
by Grégoire Fluet, St. Bridget of Kildare Church, Moodus. The second
offering will be for the benefit of the St. Gregory Society.

SGS NEWS - The Feast of All Saints

25 October 2013

*All Feast of All Saints
Friday, 1 November: Low Mass at 5:30 P.M., to be celebrated
by The Rev. Stanley Miekina, St. Stanislaus Church.

*All Feast of All the Faithful Departed (All Souls’ Day)
Saturday, 2 November: Low Mass at 9:00 A.M., to be celebrated
by The Rev. Matthew Mauriello, St. Roch Church, Greenwich.
Please note that the time of this service has been changed
from the previously announced time of 7:30 P.M., according to the
exigencies of current canonical regulations regarding the Saturday
evening Masses.

*The Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, 3 November: Low Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated
by The Rev. Ian Pikulski. The second offering will be for the benefit
of St. Stanislaus Church.

*The Twenty-fifth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, 10 November: High Mass at 2:00 P.M., celebrant to be’
announced. Music for the service, sung by the Chant Schola
of the St. Gregory Society will include the “Missa Dominicalis” Ordinary
(Vatican ed. XI), the antiphons “Salve Regina” and “O quam suavis,”
and the Gregorian Chant Mass proper of the day. The second offering
will be for the benefit of the St. Gregory Society.

SGS LITURGICAL CALENDAR for 2014 READY FOR SHIPMENT

2014 Calendar for the Traditional Latin Liturgy according to the 1962 Missale Romanum as specified by the Papal indult of 1984, Quattuor abhinc annos. Most complete information available: Liturgical observance given for every day of the year, its class and liturgical color, along with all commemorations and information for the traditional schedule of fast and abstinence. An invaluable aid for those attending the Traditional Latin Mass. Handsome graphic with appropriate liturgical text facing the calendar page for each month. A perfect gift for family and friends.

ORDER HERE

THE CALENDAR WILL BE ON SALE AT ST. STANISLAUS CHURCH AFTER
THE LATIN MASSES.

SGS NEWS - The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

7 September 2013

*The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Sunday, 8 September: Low Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated
by the Rev. Jan Pikulski.. The second offering will be for the benefit
of the St. Gregory Society.

*The Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Sunday, 15 September: Low Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated
by The Rev. Matthew Mauriello, St. Roch Church, Greenwich.
The second offering will be for the benefit of the St. Gregory Society.

The schedule of High and Low Masses for the Fall will
commence with the celebration of Solemn High Mass on the
feast of St. Michael on 29 September. [See Schedule of
Masses at right.]

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The Saint Gregory Society
P. O. Box 891
New Haven, CT 06504
Telephone: (203) 815-8955 (except Mondays)
On the web: http://www.saint-gregory.org

SGS News - The Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

25 August 2013

*The Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, 1 September: Low Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated
by The Rev. Dennis Kolinski, S.J.C. The second offering will be
for the benefit of St. Stanislaus Church

*The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Sunday, 8 September: Low Mass at 2:00 P.M., celebrant
to be announced. The second offering will be for the benefit
of the St. Gregory Society.

SGS NEWS - The Third Sunday after Easter

18 April 2013

*The Third Sunday after Easter
Sunday, 21 April: Low Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated by
The Rev. Matthew Mauriello, St. Roch Church, Greenwich.
The second offering will be for the benefit of the St. Gregory
Society.

*The Fourth Sunday after Easter
Sunday, 28 April: High Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated by
The Rev. Christopher Feeney, St. Joseph’s Church, New London.
Music for the service, sung by the Chant Schola of the St.
Gregory Society will include the “Missa Paschalis” Ordinary
(Vatican ed. I, IX, X), Eastertide anthems, and the Gregorian
Chant Mass proper of the day. The second offering will be
for the benefit of the St. Gregory Society.

*SPECIAL CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION
Sunday, 5 May, at 2:00 p.m.: A Solemn Votive Mass in Honor of
St. Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr, and Benedication of the Blessed
Sacrament will be offered in on the occasion of the one hundredth
anniversary of the dedication of our church. Music for the service sung
by the full Schola Cantorum of the Saint Gregory Society will include
the Palestrina’s “Missa Descendit Angelus Domini,” motets by Palestrina
and Zielenski, and the Gregorian chants for day. The second offering
offering will be for the benefit of the St. Saint Stanislaus Church.

SGS NEWS - Holy Week 2013

21 March 2013

As is customary, the services of Holy Week in the traditional
Latin liturgy offered at St. Stanislaus Church will be observed
with special solemnity. The music for these services, including
Gregorian chant and sacred polyphony will be performed by the
full Schola Cantorum of the Saint Gregory Society. We encourage
all of the Society’s members and friends to attend these moving
ceremonial reinactments of Our Lord’s passion, death and
resurrection.

*Palm Sunday
Sunday, 24 March: Blessing of Palms, Procession, and Solemn
Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated by The Rev. Dennis
Kolinski, S.J.C. Music for the service sung by the full
Schola Cantorum of the Saint Gregory Society will include the
Orlando di Lasso’s “Missa Il me suffit,” motets by Palestrina and
and Lasso, and the Gregorian chants for day. The second offering
will be for the benefit of the St. Gregory Society.

*Good Friday
Friday, 29 March: Solemn Afternoon Liturgy of the Passion
at 12:00 Noon, to be celebrated by the Rev. Jan Pikulski.
Music for the service sung by the Chant Schola of the Society
will include the Sung Passion, motets by Anerio, Lasso and
Palestrina, and the Gregorian chants for day.

*Easter Sunday
Sunday, 31 March: Festive Mass of Easter Day at 2:00 P.M., to be
celebrated by The Rev. Jan Pikulski. Music for the service sung
by the full Schola Cantorum of the Saint Gregory Society will include
the Palestrina’s “Missa Regina caeli,” motets by Philippe Verdelot and
Mathieu Gascogne, and the Gregorian chants for day. The second
offering will be for the benefit of the St. Gregory Society.

SGS NEWS - The Fourth Sunday in Lent, or Laetare Sunday

7 March 2013

*The Fourth Sunday Sunday in Lent
Sunday, 10 March: High Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated
by The Rev. Jan Pikulski. Music for the service sung by the
Chant Schola of the Saint Gregory Society will include the
“Missa Dominicalis” Ordinary (Vatican Edition XI), the antiphon
“Ave Regina caelorum,” and the hymn “Attende Domine” and the
Gregorian chants for day. The second offering will be for the
benefit of the St. Gregory Society.

*The Fifth Sunday in Lent
Sunday, 17 March: Low Mass at 2:00 P.M., to be celebrated
by the Rev. Matthew Mauriello, St. Roch Church. Greenwich.
The second offering will be for the benefit St. Stanislaus
Parish.

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