Traditional Latin Mass Schedule in Memphis
Blessed Sacrament - Sundays 8:30 am
2564 Hale Avenue
Memphis, TN 38112
St. Michael's - Wednesdays 7:00am,
First Fridays 12:00pm (Noon),
First Saturdays 7:00am
3863 Summer Avenue
Memphis, TN 38122
St. William's - (None at this time)
4932 Easley Avenue
Millington, TN 38053
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Friday, Sept 5th (First Friday): 12pm noon Latin Mass at St. Michael's
Saturday, Sept 6th (First Saturday): 7am Latin Mass at St. Michael's
Monday, Sept 8th (Nativity of BVM): 12pm noon Latin Mass at St. Michael's
Friday, Sept 12th (Holy Name of Mary): 12pm noon Latin Mass at St. Michael's
Sunday, Sept 14th (Exhaltation of the Holy Cross):
6pm Latin Mass at St. Michael's,
8:30am Latin Mass at Blessed Sacrament
Monday, Sept 15th (Seven Sorrows of BVM): 12pm noon Latin Mass at St. Michael's
Regular 7am Latin Mass schedule resumes for Wednesdays and Thursdays at St. Michael's
Last Updated: Sept 2, 2014
Friday, February 28, 2014
It contains registration information.
There are also printed copies available at Blessed Sacrament Church.
If you prefer to have the file emailed to you directly, please send an email to memphisLatin@gmail.com
Friday, February 21, 2014
March 7 and 8
Day 1--How to Raise A Man
Day 2--Spiritual Warfare
203 S. White Station Road - Memphis, TN 38117
St. Michael Church
3863 Summer Avenue, Memphis, TN 38122
Friday, March 7, 2014
12:00 pm First Friday Holy Mass with Confession 30 minutes prior to Mass.
4pm Opening Prayer. Conference begins -- How to Raise A Man
7am Holy Mass with Confession 30 minutes prior to Mass.
10am Opening Prayer. Conference begins -- Spiritual Warfare Part 1
***Items acceptable for Blessing: olive oil (no other type of oil is acceptable), plain water, salt, candles, and religious articles (such as rosaries, statues, medals, crucifixes).
Sunday, April 21, 2013
April 28th - Norman Fulkerson will speak after the 8:30am Mass at Blessed Sacrament -- You are Invited...
Norman Fulkerson was raised in Red Hill, Kentucky and is a 25-year veteran of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP). He is a contributing editor for the TFP’s Crusade Magazine with a circulation of 130,000. In his “Only in America” column, he describes the little-known cultural richness of the United States. He has also written for the illustrious fifty-year-old Brazilian periodical Catolicismo.
His presentation will also include an introduction to a little known Catholic hero, an American Knight, Colonel John W. Ripley, USMC.
To learn more about Colonel Ripley, see http://americanknight.org/
To learn more about Return to Order, see http://www.returntoorder.org/
The presentation will take place in the convent from 9:45-10:30am. Men and women, any one above age ten, who is interested in the topic and who has a good attention span is invited to attend. Terri Cook will remain in the gym and will supervise the younger children so adults and older children can attend the presentation.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
The group will use Fr. Lasance’s Catholic Girls’ Guide for study material and for the format of the Sodality meetings each month. The book is available on the FSSP website as well as from other sources. In addition to the Sodality format, members will learn and sing seasonal Marian hymns with the goal of singing them at Mass in the future.
This group is open to all ladies, single and married, 7th grade and older. For the first meeting, please read the first chapter in Fr. Lasance’s book and be prepared to discuss it. You can also read about the Sodality and the meeting format in the back part of the book.
Meeting will take place in St. Leo’s hall after Mass and breakfast. Potluck breakfast is being arranged.
Please contact this website, if you have any questions. You do not need to RSVP. If you know you will attend do let us know so we will have enough copies of the Marian hymns.
We will use the Little Flowers format and will begin with Wreath 1. The meetings will include scripture memorizations, songs, crafts, and fun. Girls will receive a list to take home with simple projects to complete during the coming month in order to earn the badge for a given virtue.
The initial cost is $10 per girls and will include materials to be kept at the Church and a folder with bag to take home and bring back to each meeting. Additional costs will be incurred at the end of the year when badges and sashes are ordered and presented at a Mother/Daughter tea party.
Please email this site, if your daughter wants to participate so we can have all the supplies ready for the first meeting in September.
All girls who meet the age requirement are welcome to attend. For the sake of continuity and forming friendships, your daughter should only join if she will attend consistently. A parent does not need to be, but may be present during the meetings. However, a parent must be on the grounds at St. Michael’s at all times. Meetings will last about 90 minutes.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
St. Joseph's special protection
The grace of chastity
St. Joseph's particular assistance at the hour of death
Young people especially would benefit from St. Joseph's Cincture! We need to be reminded of the importance of chastity, especially now, when sexual decadence is all around us."
For more information please follow link below. If you need help making your Cincture or would like one to be made for you before the conference, one of the Regina Caeli parishioners may be able to help. Please email this site, and your request will be forwarded.
Follow this link for more information about the Cincture:
Monday, April 30, 2012
The speaker is Fr. Chad Ripperger, PhD. Please see brochure for more information and registration.
BROCHURE: Click HERE or email memphisLatin@gmail.com to request a copy to be emailed to you.