February 11, 2005
Friday
vol 16, no. 42

77 GRACES DERIVED FROM PARTICIPATION AT THE MASS OF ALL AGES


    The best help, the greatest consolation, thou canst afford the afflicted, the sick, the dying is to hear the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for them.
This is the seventy-third of 77 Graces derived from participation at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass - the Mass of All Ages - the Latin Mass of the Roman Rite which was decreed to be said "in perpetuity" by Pope Saint Pius V in codifying the infallible decrees of the dogmatic Council of Trent. These graces are taken from Father Martin von Cochem's Explanation of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass with an imprimatur by New York's Archbishop Michael Augustin on June 24, 1818 during the Pontificate of Pope Pius VII.


    February 11, 2005
    vol 16, no. 42
    77 GRACES DERIVED FROM THE TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS