Saturday, May 30, 2015

A Thank-You Note

Fr. Perozich kindly forwarded this thank-you note from a faithful who was present at Pentecost Vespers service.

Monday, May 25, 2015

Photopost: 2nd Vespers of Pentecost

On Sunday, 24 May, 2015 the Brothers of the Little Oratory in San Diego, along with Chorus Breviarii members, sang second Vespers of the Feast of Pentecost. This was our first vesper service in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Old Town San Diego. Fr. André Ramos served as Hebdomadary.
Having made his first communion the day before, Luke Velasco joined the serving corps for the first time, with his father Jon.
The vespers were attended by approximately thirty congregants, not including those singing and serving, and also excluding numerous visitors to the church, who may or may not have ever seen a vesper service in progress. Due to the position of the church on the boundary of San Diego's "Old Town State Park" this kind of traffic may be expected.
The Brothers and CB members wish to thank Fr. Richard Perozich for his gracious permission to have vespers in Immaculate Conception, Fr. André Ramos for making the trip down from Ramona to celebrate, and to the parish for their patience with us as we try to add our efforts to the New Evangelization through solemn song. Laus Deo!

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Sunday, May 24: Vespers of Pentecost

Sala dei misteri, pentecoste
Borgia Apartment - Sala dei Misteri - Descent of the Holy Spirit
Sunday, May 24, 15:00 (3:00 PM)
 Vespers of the Pentecost Sunday
with Benediction
Hebdomadary: Rev. Fr. André Ramos

Map of Immaculate Conception Church

Please join as at Immaculate Conception church in Old Town San Diego to celebrate Vespers of Pentecost! 50 days after the resurrection, Our Lord sends the Holy Spirit of His Father upon the Mother of God and the apostles, who are now made ready to bring the Good News till the end of the Earth. 

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Vidoes of Mass of St. Gregory of Nazianzus

Fr. Gregory Eichman, F.S.S.P. celebrates the feast of St. Gregory of Nazianzus by offering the Traditional Latin Mass. The Brothers of the Little Oratory in San Diego and Chorus Breviarii sing the proper and minister at the altar. A guest choir performs the Mass for 4 Voices by Thomas Tallis.