Watch the 2012 FSSP Priestly Ordinations on Youtube

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UPDATE: For those who were unable to view the Ordinations live, you can view them on the Live Mass Channel of Father Fryar, FSSP.

The broadcast of the Pontifical Solemn Mass for Candlemas from Miami was a tremendous success for LiveMass.net, the internet apostolate of Fr. James Fryar, FSSP. There were thousands of viewers watching as it was streamed live on the web and on iMass. In a few weeks LiveMass.net will broadcast its second remote event.

The Priestly Ordinations for Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary was broadcast LIVE from the Cathedral of the Risen Christ, Lincoln Nebraska, on Saturday May 19th 2012 at 10:00 AM Central Time, (11:00 AM Eastern, 8:00 AM Pacific), on LiveMass.net and iMass.

The Priestly Ordinations were administered by His Excellency Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz, Bishop of Lincoln Nebraska. The following candidates were ordained priests for the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter:

  • Rev. Mr. Gregory Eichman FSSP
  • Rev. Mr. Karl Marsolle FSSP
  • Rev. Mr. Brian McDonnell FSSP
  • Rev. Mr. Kevin O’Neil FSSP
  • Rev. Mr. Kenneth Walker FSSP

Commentary was given during the broadcast by Rev. Fr. Calvin Goodwin FSSP.

This is an opportunity for many people who have never seen an Ordination (nor may likely ever attend one), to be able to view and unite their hearts to this Holy Sacrament and view this breathtaking ceremony from their homes or mobile devices.

For other news – Father Fryar has begun a channel on YouTube called the LiveMassChannel.  Sermons and the like will be posted on the channel little by little.

2012 FSSP Priestly Ordinations Streamed Live on LiveMass.net

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    [...] I will meet on June 20 for the last Little Flowers meeting of the year.  It has become a tradition to hold a day retreat for the last meeting of the year.  We start the day with our normal meeting agenda.  Then we break for Mass.  We have lunch and then move onto the “retreat.”  The retreat is time for faithfilled crafts, activities, and social time.  Last year we were blessed to be joined by Father and two seminarians (who were ordained on 5.19). [...]

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