MASS & CONFESSION                        
 
          Sundays:
                11:30 AM Confessions
                12:00 Noon High Mass 
             
          Feast Days/Holy Days:
                As Announced
   
          Other Traditional Latin Masses:
              
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               special upcoming Masses at
               area parishes

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               regarding other Traditional
               Latin Masses in the greater
               Philadelphia region

HOLY TRINITY ADDRESS
                615 Spruce St. (corner of 6th and Spruce)
                Philadelphia, PA  19106
 
DIRECTIONS
                Directions to Holy Trinity Church
 
CONTACT
                Rev. Harold B. McKale, Chaplain/Coordinator,
                Traditional Latin Mass Community of Philadelphia
                Email: frmckalenativitybvm@gmail.com
                Phone: (215) 739-2735
               
    
            Mailing Address:

                Fr. Harold B. McKale, Chaplain
                Traditional Latin Mass Community of Philadelphia
                Nativity BVM Rectory
                
2535 E. Allegheny Ave.
                Philadelphia, PA 19134

                Assisting Clergy
:
                Rev. James L. Bartoloma, JCL
                Rev. Gerald P. Carey
                Rev. Ronald W. Check
                Rev. Jason V. Kulczynski


FEATURED LINKS
 
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Archbishop Chaput's Coat of Arms for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia:
"As Christ Loved the Church"

http://catholicphilly.com/category/think-tank/archbishop-chaput-column/

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Blessed John Paul the Great
 In Latinum:

Oratio ante colligationem in Interrete:

Omni­potens aeterne Deus, qui secundum imaginem Tuam nos plasmasti et omnia bona, vera, et pulchra, praesertim in divi­na persona Unigeniti Fi­lii Tui Domini nostri Iesu Christi, quaerere iussi­sti, praesta, quaesumus, ut, per intercessionem Sancti Isidori, Epi­scopi et Doctoris, in peregrinationibus per interrete, et manus oculosque ad quae Tibi sunt placita intendamus et omnes quos conveni­mus cum caritate ac patientia accipiamus. Per Christum Dominum nostrum. Amen. 

In English
 
A prayer before logging onto the Internet:

Almighty and eternal God, who created us in Thine image and bade us to seek after all that is good, true and beautiful, especially in the divine person of Thine Only-begotten Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, grant, we beseech Thee, that, through the intercession of Saint Isidore, Bishop and Doctor, during our journeys through the internet we will direct our hands and eyes only to that which is pleasing to Thee and treat with charity and patience all those souls whom we encounter. Through Christ our Lord.   Amen.

by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf


Church of The Holy Trinity
Artwork by William Frey
 





        



"For the Scripture says: 'Holy, holy, holy Lord of hosts; full is every creature of his glory'. And we, led by conscience, gathered together in one place in concord, cry to Him continuously as from one mouth, that we may become sharers in His great and glorious promises." 
~ The Sanctus, here described by Pope Clement I (from his I Cor., 34:6-7) circa A.D. 95, is one of the most ancient parts of the sacred liturgy, tracing back to the time of the apostles.


Food for Thought:

“The legalization of the termination of pregnancy is none other than the authorization given to an adult, with the approval of an established law, to take the lives of children yet unborn and thus incapable of defending themselves. It is difficult to imagine a more unjust situation, and it is very difficult to speak of obsession in a matter such as this, where we are dealing with a fundamental imperative of every good conscience — the defense of the right to life of an innocent and defenseless human being.”
                                                                     - Bl. John Paul II

 

Pope Francis
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI