Saturday, March 15, 2008

F.S.S.P in Wyoming

Dr. Peter A. Kwasniewski Associate Professor of Theology & Philosophy at Wyoming Catholic College writes:

In the spirit of the motu proprio, I would like to share with you some photos of the recent visit of Fr. James Jackson, F.S.S.P., to Wyoming Catholic College. We are blessed at this new Catholic college with a rich liturgical life, Laus Deo. There is a single collegiate Mass each day that the majority of the students, faculty, and staff attend. On Mondays it is in the Extraordinary Form. Tuesday through Thursday is the Ordinary Form in English, with Gregorian chant for the responses and Mass parts. Friday is the Ordinary Form, chanted all in Latin. Starting soon, Saturdays will be the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom (sung, of course; our chaplain has biritual faculties). Sunday is the Ordinary Form done solemnly, with the College Choir singing Renaissance polyphony and the Schola singing Gregorian antiphons. We are rightfully proud of the Church's liturgical treasures and we want all of our students to be enriched by them during the four years they spend here.
Thank You Dr. Kwasniewski

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very exciting, Wyoming Catholic College!