Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Masses for the Circumcision of Our Lord on New Years Day

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The Mass schedule for January 1st will be as follows:

January 1st, 2016:

This day is not a holy day of obligation in the Province of Los Angeles. This includes the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and surrounding Dioceses of Fresno, Monterey, Orange County, San Bernardino, and San Diego. We however encourage the faithful to attend Mass whenever possible. In the words of a priest, this day is a holy day of opportunity!


Below are the Mass Times. Note, all Mass Times are in Chronological Order:

Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church:
9:30 AM
HIGH MASS
515 West Opp Street
Wilmington, CA 90744
(310) 834-5215

St. Mary Magdalen Chapel:
10:00 AM
LOW MASS with Fr. Carcerano
2532 Ventura Blvd
Camarillo, CA 93010

(805) 484-0532

San Secondo D'asti Catholic Church (Diocese of San Bernardino)
10:30 AM
MASS
250 North Turner Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Diocese of Orange County)
12:00 PM - Noon
HIGH MASS
1015 Baker St,
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

St. Victor Catholic Church:
6:30 PM
HIGH MASS with Father Fryar, FSSP
8634 Holloway Dr West
Hollywood, CA 90069

San Felipe Chapel:

7 PM Mass during the Day.
LOW MASS with Father Solis
738 N Geraghty Ave
Los Angeles 90063

San Secondo D'asti Catholic Church (Diocese of San Bernardino)
7:00 PM
MASS
250 North Turner Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761

If we get additional locations and times, I will update this post.

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Christmas!

The official list of Christmas Masses in the Archdiocese is here!!!!
Please feel free to copy, repost, forward, and distribute.


Mass at Midnight, 24-25 December

St. Victor Catholic Church
MIDNIGHT SOLEMN HIGH MASS*
with Father Fryar, FSSP, Father Carcerano, and Father Craig.
8634 Holloway Dr West
Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 652-6477


St. Catherine of Sienna Catholic Church (Diocese of San Bernardino)
MIDNIGHT HIGH MASS
with Father Stephen Porter
339 N Sycamore Ave
Rialto, CA 92376

Christmas Mass at Dawn

San Felipe Chapel:
7:00 AM
LOW MASS with Father Fryar
738 N Geraghty Ave
Los Angeles 90063

Christmas Mass During the Day

Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church:
7:30 AM
HIGH MASS
515 West Opp Street
Wilmington, CA 90744
(310) 834-5215

St. Mary Magdalen Chapel:
10:00 AM Mass During the Day.
HIGH MASS with Fr Paul Raftery.
2532 Ventura Blvd
Camarillo, CA 93010


(805) 484-0532

San Secondo D’asti Catholic Church  (Diocese of San Bernardino)
10:30 AM
HIGH MASS
250 N Turner Ave


St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Diocese of Orange County)
12:30 PM
MASS
1015 Baker St,
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

St. Theresa of Lisieux:
1:00 PM Mass During the Day
HIGH MASS with Fr. Bishop and the Stephen Grimm Chior
1100 East Alhambra Road
Alhambra, CA 91801
(626) 282-2744



If we get additional locations and times, I will update this post.

Monday, November 30, 2015

Our Lady of Guadalupe - Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

Saturday, December 12th, 2015
Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe!


Our Lady of Guadalupe is the Patron of Mexico, of North America, and 2nd Patron of Los Angeles. She has played a major role in the development of the Latin Masses in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and we are very grateful to her. Please celebrate her feast day on Saturday, December 12th. The Mass times will be as follows:

Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe es la Patrona de México, de América del Norte, y el segundo patrono de Los Ángeles. Ella ha intervenido con el desarrollo de las Misas de la forma extraordinaria en la Arquidiócesis de Los Angeles y estamos muy agradecidos a Ella. Por favor, celebrar su fiesta el Sábado, 12 de diciembre. Los tiempos de masas serán los siguientes:


St. Victor Catholic Church:
9:00 AM - English Sermon
HIGH MASS with Father Fryar, FSSP
8634 Holloway Dr West
Hollywood, CA 90069

St. Bridget of Sweden Catholic Church
7:00 PM - English/ Spanish Sermon
HIGH MASS with Father Fryar, FSSP
16711 Gault Street
Van Nuys, CA 91406

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Diocese of Orange County)
8:00 PM - English Sermon
SOLEMN HIGH MASS
1015 Baker St,
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015
Feast of the Immaculate Conception


The Feast of the Immaculate Conception is a Holy Day of Obligation in the United States. The Mass times will be as follows:



San Felipe Chapel:
7:00 AM
LOW MASS with Father Fryar, FSSP
738 N Geraghty Ave
Los Angeles 90063

Mission San Juan Capistrano (Diocese of Orange County)
8:00 AM - English Sermon
LOW MASS
26801 Ortega Hwy
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Diocese of Orange County)
12:00 PM
LOW MASS
1015 Baker St,
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

St. Victor Catholic Church:
6:00 PM. - Note this has changed from it's usual daily Mass time.
HIGH MASS with Father Fryar, FSSP
8634 Holloway Dr West
Hollywood, CA 90069

St. Mary Magdalen Chapel:
7:00 PM
LOW MASS with Fr Carcerano
2532 Ventura Blvd
Camarillo, CA 93010

(805) 484-0532

Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church:
7:00 PM
HIGH MASS followed by a procession scheduled to follow in the parking lot.
515 West Opp Street
Wilmington, CA 90744
(310) 834-5215

Friday, October 30, 2015

Statement in regards to the Latin Mass Society of the United States and Canada

This has been something very difficult for me to write as for months now, as Fr. Fryar of the FSSP and myself had been attempting to work with Anthony Perleas (Also calls himself Anthony Tridentine) for several months in regards to many events and the so called "Latin Mass Society of North America and Canada (LMS)" I have included a picture of Fr. Fryars official response with a link. See Below.

I have known Anthony since before Christmas, and he had contacted me to request serving with my Acolytes. He was really enthusiastic and loved serving on the Altar. During that time, had had served about 50 Masses with the priests here in Los Angeles. During his stay here, he had taken pictures and videos of us either at one of our teaching moments (also know as workshops), or during or after Mass. Latin Mass of Los Angeles had placed on permanent loan the cassock which he uses on condition that he would use it correctly. However since he has moved to the Archdiocese of Detroit in late March, the situation in regards to him and his various sites have deteriorated to the point of becoming questionable, weird, and to a point even sinful. I do not want to go into much detail as Fr. Fryar has already mentioned most of it in his letter below.

As his former MC and since for a time, he had been under my organization of Altar Servers, and since for a while, I had some responsibility and accountability over him, I felt it my duty to assist Fr. Fryar in any way I can. In fact everyone I knew that knew Anthony has tried to reach him one point or another, and he has ignored them, or if social media, has blocked them from reaching to him. We had been in dialogue for months, but without a firm answer, he has continuously postponed and delayed our conversations, with the excuse he needs to talk to his Spiritual Advisor. He has unfortunately not listened to the advice we have given him to a point now he now ignores us, and he continues to run these sites. They have come to a point now where they do not represent the Latin Mass, but rather his own obsessions. He has misused the cassock we have entrusted to him both physically and spiritually, and as a result of this disgrace, I am sad to announce his cassock is due back. 

Unfortunately, at this time I cannot welcome him back to our circle of servers at this time until he closes all his sites, makes a public retraction of his statements that are considered heretical, and hands over LMS to someone either with a proper theological background (IE. a priest) or someone under the guidance of a priest.  Furthermore, to prevent scandal, I, both representing myself and the organizations I am entrusted with, must disassociate myself in an way from him, his LMS, and the sites he runs.

There is much turmoil in many of the Traditional Sites right now, and my recommendation is to stay out of it as much as you possible can. Here are some other suggestions that you all can take.
  • First, it is a good idea to disassociate ourselves with him. It seems that with all the recent attention he has been receiving these past few months, things have been spiralling much worse. Please dislike and disconnect from his pages or websites. 
  • Father Fryar in his letter, strongly encouraged parents to forbid their children to friend him on Facebook or follow him on other social media. 
  • We encourage young ladies not to be involved with him or agree to be his "models"
  • PRAY FOR HIM: Pray for him and the salvation of his soul, perhaps even offer up a few Masses. We should all do this.
Finally, I must say that Anthony has been like a brother to the other servers and very inspiration to FSSP-LA. I would like to close this statement, reminding of the Parable of the Prodigal Son, and make clear to Anthony that as grim as that situation appears, all as yet can still be forgiven, and as of now, we would be willing to welcome him once again with open arms. Please pray for him.

Yours in Christ,


Latin Mass of Los Angeles,
by
Charles Coulombe







Friday, August 7, 2015

Workshops for September/ October 2015

Please spread this to all in the Los Angeles Area that may be interested in Learning how to serve or how to chant.

Would you like to learn how to serve the Mass according to the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, also known as the Tridetine Mass! Maybe you know how to serve, but would like to challenge yourself. Would you like to learn Gregorian Ch
ant! Perhaps you are in a choir and would like to learn more about Gregorian Chant. We will be sponsoring two workshops for the months of September and October.

Altar Serving Workshop Only!
Labor Day, Monday, September 7th, 2015 @ 9:30 AM (All Day Event)
St Catherine of Sienna Catholic Church
339 N Sycamore Ave
Rialto, CA 92376

Altar Serving Workshop!
Chant and Choir Workshop!
Columbus Day, October 12th, 2015 @ 9:30 AM (All Day Event)
St. Anthony Catholic Church
720 E Grand Ave
El Segundo, CA 90245

Each day will start at 9:30 AM, and conclude with a Mass at 5:30 PM. After the Mass will be a BBQ for all participants. There is no cost to these workshops, however a $10 donation is suggested to cover costs, materials, etc.

Requirements:

  • Be at least 7 years of age and have received Holy Communion
  • Must demonstrate a maturity in learning how to serve or sing
  • Be a Catholic in Good Standing
In addition, Servers must bring their own cassock and surplice. If you do not have one, see if you can borrow one. If you cannot borrow one, please contact Charles Coulombe at decoulombe@gmail.com


To Register for the Classes, please select this link to register:


You may also register or send questions to Charles Coulombe at decoulombe@gmail.com

To send donations, please select this link to donate:


You may also send donations to:

Charles Coulombe
PO Box 921463
Sylmar, CA 91392-1463

If you wish to have a Workshop in your church, please contact us at latinmassla@gmail.com

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Fundraising program for New FSSP Parish in Los Angeles

PLEASE FORWARD THIS TO EVERYONE!!!!! As many of you probably know, much activity has been going on in Los Angeles, and one of the biggest projects is supporting the FSSP-LA in establishing a new parish in the heart of Los Angeles.

A generous benefactor has given a matching pledge of $60,000 - if we can pledge this amount by October 7th, then the benefactor will match it.

We only until October 7th to raise these funds. If you are able to help, feel free to contact us directly, or by making a pledge on the FSSP-LA Website:


In the memo line, please place "Matching Funds for FSSP-LA"

You may also write a check made payable to FSSP-LA, and in the memo line, please specify "Matching Funds for FSSP-LA".

A special limited edition of St. Vibiana, the patroness of Los Angeles, will be given to those who donate more than $1000.00.

Checks may be written out directly to the FSSP:
645 9th St., Unite 110-419
Los Angeles, CA 90015

ANYONE IN THE WORLD MAY MAKE A DONATION OR PLEDGE!!!

Facebook users: Please also considering joining this event and sharing it with other Facebook users.