Archbishop Sartain Assists at Commemoration of St. Thomas Aquinas Mass in Seattle


Elevation of the Host - Commemoration of St Thomas Aquinas 2012On Wednesday, March 7, 2012, Archbishop J. Peter Sartain of Seattle was hosted by the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter parish of the North American Martyrs for a pastoral visit to commemorate the feast of St. Thomas Aquinas.

Archbishop Sartain assisted from the throne for the Solemn High Mass offered by Fr. Gerard Saguto, FSSP, the administrator of North American Martyrs. Also assisting at the Mass were FSSP priests Fr. Simon Harkins, Fr. Gregory Pendergraft, Fr. Dan Geddes, and Fr. Matthew McNeely, along with Fr. Paul Pluth (archdiocese of Seattle) and Fr. Boniface Willard, O.P.

More than 600 souls were in attendance for the Mass, and the Fraternity extends its warm thanks for the Archbishop’s visit, and assistance in honoring the Angelic Doctor.

North American Martyrs currently offers the Mass and Sacraments at St. Alphonsus Church in northwest Seattle. ( | Full Picture Gallery)

Archbishop Sartain, Celebrant and Priests at the Consecration

His Excellency Archbishop J. Peter Sartain of Seattle, at the Throne

Archbishop Sartain in Recession

Exit Procession - Seattle FSSP Parish 2012 - North American Martyrs
(Photos Courtesy of Michael Curtis Photography)

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