|Elevation of the Blessed Sacrament|
Photo courtesy of the Society of St. Hugh of Cluny
|Missalettes were generously provided|
by the Society of St. Hugh of Cluny
Photos below by New York Scugnizzo
After Mass, guests adjourned to the narthex to mingle and enjoy a friendly meet and greet with lite fare and vino courtesy of the Society of St. Hugh of Cluny. We had the opportunity to briefly chat with the very genial Fr. Cipolla, who seemed energized about celebrating more traditional Masses in New York, as well as his upcoming trip to Naples and southern Italy. Among others, it’s always nice to see our dear friends from Brooklyn Latin Mass, The Knights of Malta, and the Constantinian Order.
Thank you Very Rev. Walter Wagner, O.P., Pastor of St. Vincent Ferrer and St. Catherine of Siena Parish, and members of the congregation for your warmth and hospitality. God bless the Society of St. Hugh of Cluny, especially Stuart and Jill Chessman, for sponsoring the Mass and their tireless efforts to promote the Tridentine Mass. As always, it was a great joy to celebrate our faith together. St. Newman pray for us.
|(L) Large crucifix in the narthex. (R) Triptych over the bye-altar depicting the Blessed Mother flanked by St. Dominic and St. Catherine of Siena|
|The Holy Souls in Purgatory|
|High Altar with scenes of the life and death of St. Catherine of Siena|
|(L) After the postlude, Fr. Cipolla received the attendees. (R) Our friends Cindy from Brooklyn Latin Mass and Cav. Charles Sant'Elia of the Constantinian Order|
|After Mass, guests rubbed elbows in the narthex|