How New Jersey's Political Machine Really Works
Samuel Little’s Confessions: Murder Locations and Victims

SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH TO CELEBRATE BLESSED CARDINAL NEWMAN's CANONIZATION

 
PHILADELPHIA PA--Faithful from Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church will celebrate the parish’s third annual Solemn High Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. This year’s Mass will celebrate the canonization of Saint Cardinal John Henry Newman, two days after his canonization in Rome. AROUND OUR TOWNS
 
Very Reverend Timothy Perkins, Vicar General for the Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter, will be the principal celebrant and homilist for this Mass.
 
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
 7:00 p.m.
 Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul
 18th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway
 Philadelphia, PA 19103
 
The Saint John the Baptist Choir will perform a polyphonic setting of the Mass, Harold Drake’s Communion in F, and the Schola Cantorum Philadelphiensis will sing the minor Propers in plainchant. Additionally, a new anthem composed for the occasion by W. J. B. Gatens will be sung.  
 
Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church is located in Bridgeport, P.A. Formerly Anglican, it is now a Catholic parish in the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter. The Ordinariate is the North American Diocese permitted by Benedict XVI for formerly Anglican parishes.
 
 
About Blessed Cardinal John Henry Newman
 
The Vatican announced on July 1, 2019 that Blessed Cardinal John Henry Newman would be canonized on October 13, 2019 in Rome. Newman was a 19th century theologian, poet, and priest. Originally, an Anglican priest, he converted to Catholicism and was elevated to the Cardinalate in 1879. He founded the first English-speaking Oratory of Saint Philip Neri in Birmingham, England, and his writing continues to inspire scholars throughout the world. Additionally, Catholic ministry centers located at non-Catholic universities throughout the world known as Newman Centers are named in honor of Saint Cardinal John Henry Newman. 

Comments