Traditional BaptismRead more
Dear brothers and sisters!
Today, the Catholic Church once again opened the baptistery, once again opened the gates of holy baptism for the salvation of souls. Through the cleansing bath, the infants Gregory-Clement-Isaac Rosenblum and Manuela-Bachita Walter were delivered from original sin and accepted into the Catholic Church. Our community, committed to the traditional form of liturgy, is glad that both children are now brought to Christ. Their parents wished that their children were baptized according to the traditional rite, and this request our chaplain, Fr. Augustine Zenzel SDB, happily fulfilled.
Farewell to Kursk and Vladimir!Read more
The Third Goal of the Society of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus— Catholics for Summorum Pontificum: Offering of Masses according to the 1962 Roman Missal in Russian Parishes: Fare thee well to Kursk and Vladimir!
From October 5-9, 2012, Father Thomas Huber (Wolfsburg, Augsburg) and representatives of the Management Board of the Society of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus – Catholics for Summorum Pontificum, Gregor Huber and Olga Karpova visited Catholic parishes in the cities of Kursk and Vladimir, at the invitation of the Pastors.
Return of the crossRead more
In early June 2012, a canopy with a cross once again crowned the wooden altar of the Great Chapel of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Moscow: Since January 1, 2012, the Holy Mass according to the Missal of blessed John XXIII takes place weekly
From January 1, 2012, the Tridentine Mass in Moscow will be celebrated every Sunday. This was announced by the chaplain, Fr. Augustin Dziedzel SDB, after the solemn Mass of the Octave of the Nativity. The time remains the same - 17.00.
Holy Mass in extraordinary form in Moscow will now be celebrated twice a month
With the approval of the Archbishop and with the consent of the rector of Moscow Cathedral, Holy Mass in the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite will be celebrated from February 2011 twice a month: on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month.
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