I came across the excellent blog PSALLITE SAPIENTER, recently. I’m sure many readers will enjoy the post for Pentecost, which contains a potted summary of the history of the TLM in Hobart – a history which could be described as “mixed”, although Joshua charitably emphasises the positives.
“To-day, for our Latin Mass in Hobart, we were back where it all began, at Sacred Heart, New Town, where Fr (now Bp) Jarrett began the monthly Missæ cantatæ in the nineties. It was my parish at the time, and I have fond memories of my time there.”
And, in a lighter vein, have a look at the case for a Southern Hemisphere calendar, Christmas in June, in the post immediately below!
In return, I think it’s only fair to ask you to recite the following prayer (Latin or English, take your pick.)
Précibus Sancti Patrícii, Epíscopi et Confessóris tui, Divínam tuam obsecrámus Majestátem: ut nos te cólere, te adoráre permíttas secúndum ritum Latínum Sanctæ Románæ Ecclésiæ tráditum, cunctis saltem diébus Domínicis et festis: