Understanding the Latin Mass

Upcoming Retreat: Nothing Superfluous - Understanding the Latin Mass 

February 8-9, 2019

Are you a part of the Traditional Latin Mass movement that is spreading across the US?  Have you wondered about the Latin Mass but are too young to remember it? Does it seem foreign and too complex? This retreat is for you!

The Traditional Latin Mass community is growing rapidly in the western world and a surprising amount of young Catholics are interested in the former rite. Many people have been drawn to the ancient liturgy and feel an appreciation for the intricacy and depth of its meaning. 

This retreat will be very beneficial for those who attend the Latin Mass as well as those who are just interested in learning more.

Nothing Superfluous Cover ImageFr. Jackson has written a comprehensive book, Nothing Superfluous, An Explanation of the Symbolism of the Rite of St. Gregory the Great which outlines the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite. He explains the theological meaning behind the art, architecture, words, and gestures of the Rite of St. Gregory.

This retreat will be a clear guide to anyone seeking to understand more fully the beauty of the Latin Mass.

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