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To: Grey Ghost II

Two Masses. And the crowds are not huge. I know the chapel at the Carmelite Center. It holds 100 people.


6 posted on 08/21/2004 8:28:28 PM PDT by sinkspur ("What's the point in being Pope if you can't wear a tiara"?--Cardinal Fanfani)
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To: sinkspur
Two Masses. And the crowds are not huge. I know the chapel at the Carmelite Center. It holds 100 people.

Three Masses. You forgot the one in Ft. Worth on Sunday evenings at St Mary of the Assumption Church. Lat time I went to the Carmelite Center it was so crowded I had to stand.

7 posted on 08/21/2004 8:34:06 PM PDT by Grey Ghost II
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Yes, and when I went and visited Dallas and tried to find the Carmelite center so my family and my sister-in-law's family went, we couldn't even find the stupid place. I went to two places (the Sister of Charity and one other), but couldn't find the actual location of the Mass as it was not listed on any website and the sisters do not want it "advertised." This might be for a good reason, but I went two hours prior to the Mass and could not find; and I was bound and determined to find it. Looks like Bishop Graham is really concerned about assisting us in a "wide and generous" application of the indult. Cannot advertise and those in good faith who want to attend cannot even find it. And the FSSP priest says daily Mass at St. Thomas Aquinas church in one of the most ritzy parts of Dallas, but they cannot find a slot for the Sunday Mass there, huh?


16 posted on 08/24/2004 6:57:09 AM PDT by Mershon
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