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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Youth Are Drawn To Traditional Latin Mass


THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: While this is anything but scientific, I can testify that my experience is the same, as it is with every other traditional Catholic parish I know of. I've also noticed that the average age of a Traditional Catholic priest is much younger too. It is obvious where the future of the Church lies...
(Catholic Culture) - In an interview with Vatican Radio on the second anniversary of the implementation of Pope Benedict’s motu proprio Summorum Pontificum, Father Joseph Kramer, FSSP, emphasized that the average age of those attending Mass at his parish is 30. Reacting to a lack of discipline, the younger generation, he says, is drawn to the prayerfulness, silence, order, and symmetry of the Mass...

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