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Latin Mass FAQ

What time is Mass on Sundays at St. Peregrine Church?

High Mass is offered on Sundays at 9:30am.


Does St. Peregrine Church have daily Mass?

Several Masses are offered at St. Peregrine Church during the week. First Friday Mass is at 7pm (preceded by Holy Hour), and First Saturday Mass (sung by the Children’s Choir) is at 8:30am. On all other Saturdays, Mass is at 5pm. The Academy Mass is on Monday at 11:15am, and all are welcome to attend). Additional Masses are often offered, depending on availability and feast days.


How can I get the most up-to-date information about the Mass schedule?

Mass times are available on the Calendar page.


Is Latin used for the Mass?

Yes, all Masses are offered in Latin, the official language of the Church. The Society of St. Pius X celebrates Mass exclusively according to the 1962 Missal. (Sermons are in English!)


How do I know what is going on if I don’t understand Latin?

Newcomers to the Latin Mass inevitably remark on the overwhelming beauty and solemnity witnessed at St. Peregrine Church. While there is a bit of a learning curve, most find that they are able to pick up easily on the various parts of the Mass. Booklets are available in the vestibule to help assist in following the Mass, as well as Latin-English missals.


Who offers the Mass at St. Peregrine’s?

A Roman Catholic priest of the Society of Saint Pius X offers the Mass.


What is the SSPX?

The Society of St. Pius X is an international priestly fraternity, formed in 1970 by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre for the preservation of the traditional priesthood. Visit sspx.org for information on its mission, history, chapels, schools, retreats, etc.

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