Father Jason Barone's First Mass Highlight Video

Sunday, January 15, 2017

We evangelize most effectively when we present the timeless truth and beauty of Catholicism. As important as it is to teach others about the faith, even more importantly we must show them the faith. There is nothing more beautiful to behold, nothing more worthy of our time and participation, than the beautiful Catholic Mass.

The [above] video features highlights from the First Mass of Thanksgiving for Father Jason Barone of the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina. Following his ordination in June 2012, Fr. Barone chose to offer a Solemn High Mass at the outset of his priestly ministry.

Photographed by Brent Hohman and the team at Momentum Studio, this video remains to date one of the best visual presentations of a Traditional Latin Mass that I have ever seen.

Now consider this: the average situation comedy on television today, minus commercials, runs approximately 22 minutes. The video below is only 18 minutes in length; time well spent.

As many of the faithful still have little opportunity to see such a beautiful liturgy in person, videos such as this become even more important to share.

This is our faith. This is our tradition. This is our beautiful Catholic Mass.

Source: Liturgy Guy

1 comments:

fr didier marie de la miséricorde Monday, January 16, 2017 at 3:00:00 AM PST  

Que Notre Seigneur bénisse son serviteur. Que la Ts Vierge Marie l'inonde grâces en son ministère. Que le Coeur de ce nouveau prêtre soit lié au Coeur de Jésus prêtre.

Quelle joie dans le Ciel. Les Saints, les Archanges, les Bienheureux chantent les gloires de Dieu en le remerciant pour le don de ce nouveau prêtre qui servira Dieu, la sainte Eglise et les hommes dans l'amour.

Pax

Votre frère Didier Marie de la Miséricorde (Laïc affilié Victime du sacré-Coeur de Jésus chez les religieuses victimes du Sacré-Coeur de jésus en France=

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