TLM for the Feast of the Nativity of Our Lady (Sept. 8, 2021) at the Carmelite Monastery of Cristo Rey (4:00PM)

There’s a scheduled Traditional Latin High Mass for the Feast of the Nativity of Our Lady tomorrow, September 8, 2021, at the Carmelite Monastery of Cristo Rey (721 Parker Ave., San Francisco, CA), at 4:00 PM. Celebrant will be Fr. William Young. Note: Please enter through the gated entrance.

OPERATION STORM HEAVEN: Pontifical Low Mass and rosary at St. Dominic’s Church in San Francisco on September 1, 2021 (9:30 AM)

Shared to us by Catholic Arts Today, Benedict XVI Institute for Sacred Music and Divine Worship:

JOIN OPERATION STORM HEAVEN!
SEPTEMBER 1, 9:30 AM
+CORDILEONE IS STEPPING IN FOR +BURKE
OFFERING A MASS AND ROSARY AT
ST. DOMINIC’S CHURCH SF— (WHICH CARDINAL BURKE USUALLY OFFERS MONTHLY IN ROME)

https://vimeo.com/159310310 – or participate via ZOOM. Sign up here: https://www.catholicaction.org/osh_livestream_registration
(A recording of the Mass, Rosary, and sermon will be available after the event.)

Send your intentions to be included in the Mass and the Rosary here: https://www.catholicaction.org/new_intentions_for_mass_and_rosary

We need “prayer that storms the heavens for justice and mercy, prayer that cleanses our hearts and souls.”
Only in this way “will the culture of death that surrounds us today be replaced with a Culture of Life.”
~ United States Catholic Bishops Conference’s Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities

Operation Storm Heaven led by his Eminence Cardinal Raymond Burke, and supported by Archbishop Cordileone, seeks to unite Catholics throughout America and the world in the largest Rosary Crusade in history. Every month Cardinal Burke has been celebrating a monthly Mass followed by a Rosary for this crusade. This month, Thomas McKenna from the sponsoring organization, Catholic Action for Faith and Family, asked Archbishop Cordileone to celebrate the Mass and Rosary while Cardinal Burke continues his recovery from COVID. Catholic Action is also recruiting Rosary Warriors to sign up to pray one Rosary on the 1st of every month in union with the Holy Mass and Rosary, usually celebrated by Cardinal Burke for Operation Storm Heaven. They have 100,000 so far and are aiming for a million. Put it on your monthly calendar. Sign up here: https://www.catholicaction.org/take_heaven_by_storm.
Our Lady of Fatima said to the three shepherd children: “Pray, pray much, and sacrifice for sinners, for many souls go to hell because there is no one to sacrifice and pray for them.” Let us respond to Our Blessed Mother’s request by Storming Heaven together, with prayer for the graces so greatly needed in our world!

First Friday Traditional Latin Low Mass: Church of the Visitacion on Sept. 3, 2021 (7PM)

FIRST FRIDAY TRADITIONAL LATIN LOW MASS
7 PM SEPTEMBER 3, 2021
CHURCH OF THE VISITACION
655 Sunnydale Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94134

All are welcome to attend the second of the First Friday Traditional Latin Low Masses that will regularly be celebrated at Church of the Visitacion—which is coming up next week. A new choir directed by Rebekah Wu, Music Director of the Benedict XVI Institute Schola, will accompany the Mass.

Fr. Hoang Van Thuan, pastor of Visitacion, celebrated the first of his planned monthly Traditional Latin Low Masses on First Friday, August 6 at 7:00 PM. According to Fr. Thuan, the response was gratifying. Attendance more than quadrupled from the usual ten First Friday Mass attendees to between 40 and 50.

Fr. Thuan is one of several Bay Area priests trained by Alex Begin, Executive Director of the Extraordinary Faith series on EWTN, as part of the Benedict XVI Institute’s Latin Mass Project.

St. Mary’s Cathedral’s (San Francisco) 1st Mass in the Extraordinary Form

In celebration of the 14th anniversary of the publication of Pope Benedict XVI’s Summorum Pontificum, St. Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco will host the first public Traditional Latin Mass since the current Cathedral opened in 1971. The Mass in the Extraordinary Form with organ will take place on July 7, 2021, at 3:00pm, at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe with Fr. John Chung as celebrant. St Mary’s Cathedral is located at 1111 Gough St, San Francisco CA 94118.

Everyone is welcome. To reserve a seat, please call the Star of the Sea Parish in San Francisco: 415-751-0450 or email Juan Carlos, Star of the Sea Parish Sacristan, at jc.lupus@gmail.com

SF TLMS YouTube Channel – subscribers needed

We have successfully live streamed our Masses in the Extraordinary Form on both Facebook and YouTube platforms for the past couple of Sundays. The next live stream mass is scheduled this coming Passion Sunday (March 29, 2020 – at 2:00 PM, Pacific Standard Time) and can be viewed on this YouTube link – https://youtu.be/P7GkIcIvNSI – as well as on our Facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/SFTLMS/ ).

As we continue to make use of live broadcasts to share with you our Masses during these difficult times, we would like to ask, in your kindness, to consider subscribing to our YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/user/SnFranciscoLatinMass – as this gives us an opportunity to use better video equipment for our live stream masses. Simply click on the ‘subscribe’ button. As a major online video platform, YouTube requires a minimum of 1,000 subscribers to be able to stream using a much better quality recording device. We currently have 800 subscribers, so we are just short of 200 subscriptions. Thank you for your kind consideration and please be assured that you all are remembered in our prayers and masses.

God keep, sustain and fortify you all as we continue our Lenten journey!

Live Stream Mass starting March 22, Laetare Sunday

There remains much uncertainty on the availability of public masses across the US and in other countries, as the corona virus (COVID-19) pandemic rages on, leaving the faithful not much choice but to rely on live streaming of private masses of priests. In light of current circumstances, we will start to live stream our weekly Traditional Latin Masses starting this Sunday, Laetare Sunday, on March 22, 2020 at 2:00 PM. Depending on good internet connection, we hope to make it available for viewing either on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/SFTLMS/) and/or on our YouTube channel (https://youtu.be/iQ-u-i64DJ0). Please feel free to share to friends and family!