Wednesday, April 19, 2006


Sounds like a new butter product by Kraft, doesn't it? But it's not. It's the Missa Normativa celebrated so well that you won't believe it's not Tridentine either!

It is true! Missa Normativa CAN be celebrated ad Orientem!

Take a look at these photos, courtesy of Gerald at The Cafeteria Is Closed!

Assumption Grotto, Detroit MI
(Detroit is also home to such beautiful churches as St. Josephat, St. Joseph, and Sweetest Heart of Mary)

More impressive Assumption Grotto pictures at Gerald's blog

Saint Agnes Church, St. Paul MN
(This church was The Good in a previous episode of The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, which aired on the Christus Vincit Podcast, episode #21)

More impressive St. Agnes pictures at Gerald's blog

And music? Done with class! Chant, polyphony, all things truly Catholic!



Diane Korzeniewski said...

Hi - just thought I'd put a plug in for the original blog the pics from Assumption Grotto originated. I'm new in the blog world and Gerald Augustinus was kind enough to give me a plug here with more picks.

There will be many more pictures coming on this blog, and I am adding some of the finest solid Catholic homilies from my pastor, as well. Check the sidebar at

God Bless!!!


Brian Michael Page said...

Hi Diane - you brought in all those pics? Way cool! BTW, you made my blogroll as of this morning under "frequently read". I did find you via Gerald.