Annual trip 2018: Tridentine Mass found refuge with Lutherans in KazanRead more
In November, the Moscow Society of the sacred heart of Jesus made a trip to Kazan, the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Tatarstan within the Russian Federation.
The purpose of the trip was to serve «Triduum», which took place from 9 to 11 November as the part of the annual journey of the Society to various regions of Russia. During those days, the sky gave off the bright sun and the underworld – an icy wind. In the eight years since the foundation of the Society, It has brought the flame of the holy Mass to eight cities of Russia.
Traditional Easter Celebration – 2018Read more
Today we are pleased to show you photos from Holy Easter 2018, which took place in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Like last year, Father Augustine Zenzel SDB offered the whole of the Easter Triduum in the extraordinary form of the Roman rite, for which we are very grateful.
The first traditional Easter celebration after the return of the Catholic ChurchRead more
The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary was returned to the Catholics in 1992, and after that there was never served an Easter Triduum in the extraordinary form of the Roman rite - never before Easter 2017. This year, finally, traditionalist Catholics were given the opportunity to survive Easter and its preceding three days in the spirit of tradition.
Annual trip 2016 to Veliky Novgorod: the return of an ancient traditionRead more
This year, the traditional annual trip of the Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which took place from 9 to 11 September, was to Veliky Novgorod, a city located approximately 600 km northwest of Moscow.
Annual Visit of 2015: Time for the Eternal: Traditional Latin Masses in Tver and PermRead more
For its annual visit in 2015, the Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus dedicated a lot of time to plan. The preparation itself appeared to be quite expensive, since we were scheduled to visit two cities at once. However, since the visit involved the honor of Our Lord in this land, we spared no expense. And why would we settle for the less? After all, one day or another, all of us will bear responsibility for how we have served the God in our life.
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