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Bishop Zendejas asked me to post:

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On Saturday, July 8th, there will be a pilgrimage to the Shrine of the North American Martyrs.

The rendezvous will be at 11:30 in the ground camp on Rt5, walk and High Mass at 3:00 pm. Actually the details are the same as last year's pilgrimage.

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  • Matthew, considering what you said recently:

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    And there are plenty of other issues, including the fact that every Novus Ordo building is a DESECRATED church. Better a garage, warehouse, or other "mission" location, which is at least neutral and even humbly dedicated to offering the true Mass, rather than a consecrated place which has been desecrated by profane and secular use (including the N.O.M.)

    Where can Bp. Zendejas say Mass at Auriesville, which is completely Novus Ordo?
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  • Matthew, considering what you said recently:

    Where can Bp. Zendejas say Mass at Auriesville, which is completely Novus Ordo?

    1. I have never been on the Auriesville Pilgrimage, so I don't know where Mass is offered. It might be outside for all I know.

    2. My quote, above, expresses my opinion on the issue, not a definitive Catholic dogma. I'm not the Pope, nor do I ever pretend to be.

    The saying goes, "Peter has spoken; the matter is settled." not "Matthew has spoken; the matter is settled."
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