Why The Traditional Mass?
It is very simple. The traditional liturgy is the most faithful liturgical expression that we have of the Truth. The practices of the traditional liturgy express and teach the Truth coherently.
For a glimpse of some important issues inherent in liturgical practice—what we profess, what we teach, and what we learn with our practice—consider these comments from Bishop Schneider: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. Read also this article from One Peter Five.
Queen of the Most Holy Rosary
The nearest traditional Mass to Jupiter is currently in West Palm Beach at Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, an SSPX apostolate.
You are invited to join us for Mass Sundays at 4 pm and to help grow our community centered in the traditional Mass. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, 509 21st Street, West Palm Beach (map). Bring your friends!
If you are south of West Palm Beach, you might be interested in the traditional Mass at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Lantana Sundays at 2 pm. Up in Vero Beach a traditional Mass will be starting up Sundays at Saint Helen's Catholic Church. Check with Saint Helen's for updates on their Mass schedule.
As of Sunday 3 June Mass will be at 12:30 pm (Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, 509 21st Street, West Palm Beach).
The next work day will be Saturday 9 June. Starting with Mass at 8 am. Bring gloves. Everyone is welcome to help rebuild the church.
Thanks to all who helped clean up the church Saturday 12 May. There was a great turn-out.
By way of introduction to the traditional Mass, to the SSPX, and to related issues, here are a few videos. Click on the images below to see the corresponding short video on YouTube.
Father James Mawdsley, FSSP, and his advice to Catholics "come to the traditional Mass and be formed by it."
A priest reflects on his calling to the priesthood and why he chose an SSPX seminary, which is centered in the traditional Mass.
A must-read for every Catholic.
H.J.A. Sire, Phoenix from the Ashes.
Pray for Priests
We need more priests praying and teaching the traditional Mass.
Invite your priest to learn the Mass!
If you are a priest, please consider learning the Mass. The Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP), for example, offer training courses. See fssptraining.org.
If you are studying to become a priest, please learn the Mass.
If you are considering a priestly vocation, please look at the seminaries based in the traditional Mass.
We also invite our episcopacy to consider promoting the traditional Mass, to encourage parish decision-makers to support the Mass, and to encourage priests to learn the Mass and to teach and to pray the Mass. Thank you!