French Cardinal to celebrate the TLM next week in Paris

One of our favorite places to go when ever we have the extra money is Paris. And it is now much easier to find TLM in this beautiful city. The Institute is in nearby Versailles, as is the FSSP. And the Institut de Bon Pasteur, a Catholic society of apostolic life of traditionalist Catholic priests in full communion with the Holy See, has a full schedule (five Masses on Sundays and daily at 7:00 p.m.) at its Centre St. Paul near the Bourse (12, RUE SAINT JOSEPH - 75002 PARIS) very conveniently located for visitors to the city.

Now we read to our happy astonishment that the Cardinal Archbishop of Paris, Andre Vingt-Trois will celebrate Mass in the Extraordinary Form at the gorgeous church of St. Germain l'Auxerrois across the street from the Louvre on December 14th. We are grateful for this information from Jane at "Thoughts from an Oasis in French Catholicism".

This may be the first European Cardinal to offer the TLM since the motu proprio. There is hope! Only we must keep praying for the Holy Father and those clergy who are beginning to accept his spirit of reform.

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