Solemn Vespers in the Ordinary Form

schneider-vespersFollowing Bishop Athanasius Schneider’s talk “The immutability of the Catholic Faith and the crisis of the Faith in the world today,” we will have Solemn Pontifical Vespers in the Ordinary Form.

Tickets for Bishop Schneider’s talk are available by calling the parish office at 401-624-8131. If you do not get a person, please leave a detailed message with your name and telephone number.

Have a look at our Vespers booklet here.

The booklet for the Solemn Pontifical Mass at the Faldstool is here.

For tickets to the talk, and information about the Mass, please click here.

schneider-massBoth events are being held at:

Church of the Holy Ghost
316 Judson Street
Tiverton, Rhode Island 02878

(Please use front entrance for the talk)

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Solemn Vespers in the Ordinary Form — 2 Comments

  1. It is very sad to note that tickets are sold for a spiritual talk in a a Catholic Church. Can’t you find sponsors if there are any expenses? Sorry to say it, but Christ Jesus never asked people to pay; instead HE fed them with Spiritual and Physical nourishment. No wonder churches in America and Europe are running empty.

    My apologies if my straight forward talk hurt anyone. Please forgive me. I am a Catholic.

    • If you are willing to give sponsorship, we would gladly accept. Events like this are not possible in your average parish without a small fee. There are many expenses: printing posters, mailings, printing programs, purchasing food and drink for receptions, paying staff, paying the speakers travel and a stipend for their work, please a whole range of other expenses. If Catholics supported their churches like Evangelicals, we wouldn’t need to have tickets. Besides, our Lord Himself tells us “the laborer deserves his wages.”