Archbishop Burke approves new oratory for Latin Mass
Submitted on November 29, 2007
Archbishop Raymond L. Burke has announced he is establishing this weekend the Oratory of St. Gregory the Great and St. Augustine of Canterbury at the Abbey of St. Mary and St. Louis in Creve Coeur. The oratory will be the new West County home for the regular celebration of the "extraordinary form" of the Mass, commonly known as the traditional or Tridentine Latin Mass. The decree of erection establishing the oratory will take effect the First Sunday of Advent, Dec. 2.
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