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The St. Peter and St. Paul's Newsletter

The St. Peter and St. Paul's Newsletter


January 30, 2003  

News of Interest to our Parishioners and to Friends of the Traditional Latin Tridentine Mass



Welcome to the first issue of the Tridentine Parish of St. Peter & St. Paul Email Newsletter. Thanks for signing up as a subscriber. We'll try to keep you informed on parish events on a timely basis in the weeks and months to come.


High Mass on Sunday, February 2, 2003

Sunday, February 2 (Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary/Candlemas) marks another appearance at St. Peter's by Thomas Savoy and the New York Catholic Chorale. Tom informs us that music will include: Ordinary of the Mass: Missa Brevis—Antonio Lotti (1667-1740), Offertory Motet: Diffusa est Gratias--Giovanni Maria Nanino (ca. 1545-1607), and Communion Motet: Ave Maria—Franz Biebl (1906-2001)


New Pages on Our Web Site

We've added pages to the site featuring: Mass Intentions for the parish for the year 2003, News & Events, a page on St. Paul the Apostle Church (our sister parish in Troy), and an essay on "Why the Old Mass in Latin?" Check them out.



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Web Site Visitors

The new parish website has already recorded visitors from Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom—as well as from such stateside locales as Boston, San Francisco, Texas, Oklahoma, and Hawaii.