Monday, June 26, 2017

  The Feast Of The Most Precious Blood
  Traditional Latin Mass Saturday July 1st  10:30 A.M. 
     St. Adalbert Catholic Church Enfield Ct.
Join us for our First Holy Mass in our new home.
           The Feast Of The Most Precious Blood
St. Adalbert`s Catholic Church 90 Alden Ave Enfield Ct
           July 1st 10:30 A.M. Traditional Latin Mass
                        Una Voce Enfield
   Traditional Latin Mass Every Sunday at 12:30 P.M.
   St. Adalbert Catholic Church 90 Alden Ave . Enfield Ct
                                          St. Adalbert`s

Friday, June 23, 2017

There is no Latin Mass Social after the TLM this Sunday June 25th
                                       St. Martha Catholic Church
The next TLM social will follow  our 1st Sunday Traditional Latin Mass in our new home  July 2nd at St. Adalbert `s 90 Alden Ave. Enfield Ct.
                                                  St Adalbert Catholic Church
Celebrate our 1st Sunday Holy Mass( TLM) with us in the new home of the Enfield Latin Mass community July 2nd at 12:30 P.M.  followed by the Latin Mass social in the lower church.
                               Una Voce Enfield

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Corpus Christi - Restoring All Things In Christ

Talk with video here at link ;  https://youtu.be/mvPGIG-ljJU



Saturday, June 17, 2017

                                           Traditional Latin Mass
               Only 1 more week at this location.
                    Sunday 12 noon  June 25th
                         St. Martha Catholic Church Enfield Ct.

               JULY 2nd at 12:30 P.M. will be our 1st  Sunday TLM in our new home!
                                                 Join Us
                St Adalbert Catholic Church 90 Alden ave. Enfield Ct.

                           The Traditional Latin Mass in Enfield, Ct
                                            Important Announcement 

The Traditional Latin Mass now being offered at St. Martha Catholic Church in Enfield, Ct
is moving to it`s new home at St. Adalbert Catholic Church Enfield, Ct. Starting in July 2017
                                                        St. Adalbert`s
                                                      Una Voce Enfield

Sunday, June 11, 2017

                                      St Adalbert: Pray for us
                           A preview of great things to come.
            Here are some images from the new home of the Enfield, Ct. Latin Mass community
                                     St. Adalbert Catholic Church Enfield, Ct.
                           The Beauty of the Catholic Faith
                                  Sanctus Sanctus Sanctus
                                      Christ is King
O` Holy Mary ever virgin and conceived without sin; pray for us who have recourse to thee. Amen

Friday, June 9, 2017

                   Traditional Latin Mass schedule Enfield Ct
                                  St. Martha Catholic Church 
                                 Sunday 12:00 Noon June 11th 
      

Monday, June 5, 2017

                                        Una Voce Enfield
                   Preparing to celebrate the Ten Year Anniversary
                   Traditional Latin Mass in Enfield Ct Easter of 2018

                  New home of the Traditional Latin Mass beginning July 2017
                  St Adalbert`s Catholic Church Enfield Ct 90 Alden Ave.

Hail Holy Queen.


St. Raymond Penafort : Ora pro nobis


Saturday, June 3, 2017

                 Traditional Latin Mass schedule Enfield Ct
                                  St. Martha Catholic Church 
                                 Sunday 12:00 Noon June 4th 
      
                                                   Pentecost       
  

                      Bishop Challoner`s meditations  
      

ON THE COMING DOWN OF THE HOLY GHOST

Consider first, that on the feast of Pentecost, when the disciples were all assembled together, 'suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a mighty wind coming, and it filled the whole house  where they were sitting. And there appeared to them parted tongues, as it were of fire, and it sat upon every one of them, and they were filled with the Holy Ghost, and they began to speak with tongues, according as the Holy Ghost gave them to speak.' - Acts ii. 2,3,4. Thus they received the promised Comforter, with all his gifts and graces. Thus were they quite changed into other men. Weak and cowardly as they were before, they are now on a sudden courageous and perfect. They begin boldly to preach and to publish the faith and law of their crucified Lord, and bring thousands to embrace it. O heavenly Spirit, how wonderful are thy operations! O when wilt thou work the like change in my soul! Christians, praise and bless your God for sending down in this manner his Holy Spirit upon his church, and for all the wonders he wrought in the first establishment of it. The Israelites observed the solemnity of Pentecost as one of the three principal feasts of the year, because on that day the old law was published from Mount Sinai in thunder and lightning. How much more ought Christians religiously to observe this solemnity, because on this day the new law of grace and love was published on mount Sion, by the coming down of the Holy Ghost in tongues of fire.
Consider 2ndly, that the Holy Ghost came down upon the apostles in the shape of tongues, to signify that he came to make them fit preachers of his word, and to endow them with the gift of tongues, accompanied with the heavenly wisdom and understanding of the mysteries of God and all the gospel truths, to the end that the might be enabled to teach and publish, throughout the whole world, the faith and law of Christ! And these tongues were of fire, to signify how his divine Spirit sets those souls on fire in which he abides, inflaming them with divine love, consuming the dross of their earthly affections, putting them in a continual motion of earnest desires and endeavours to go forward from virtue to virtue as fire is always in motion, and carrying them upwards towards the God of gods in his heavenly Sion, as the flame is always ascending upwards towards its element. O blessed fire, when shall I partake of thy sacred names? O come and take possession of my heart, consume all these bonds that tie it to the earth, and carry it up with thee towards the heavenly furnace from whence thou comest. Sweet Jesus, thou hast said, Luke xii. 'I am come to cast fire on the earth, and what will I but that it be kindled.' O cast this fire into my soul, that it may be kindled there!
Consider 3rdly, that the coming of the Holy Ghost was not promised only to the apostles, or to the first Christians, nor confined to the primitive ages, but was designed for a blessing to be entailed on the people of God throughout all ages. ‘I  will ask the Father, and he shall give you another Paraclete, (or Comforter,) that be may abide with you for ever, the Spirit of truth,’ St. John xiv. 16, 17. He was promised to be be ever with the pastors of God’s church, to guide them into all truth in teaching God’s people, and to be for ever with the sheep of Christ, to guide them into all truth in their belief and life, and to be the source of all grace to their souls. Wherefore, though we are not now to look for his visible coining down any more in tongues of fire, we are nevertheless entitled if we sincerely seek and sue to him, to expect a share in his invisible graces and communications, and to aspire to the honour and happiness of being made his temples. Christians, what a happiness indeed to have the Spirit of God in us! This we must all aim at with our whole power; this is the great devotion of this holy time; this we must pray for at all times.
Conclude with this humble address of the church to the divine Spirit: 'Come, Holy Ghost, fill the hearts of thy faithful, and kindle in them the fire of thy love;' or that other of the sacred hymn: 'Come, O Spirit, our Creator, visit these souls of thine, and fill with thy heavenly grace the breasts which thou hast made for thyself.’ Frequently repeat these or the like invitations, and trust in the infinite goodness of him who delights to be with the children of men, that he will come to thee and be thy guest.                              

Bishop Challoner 1691--1781