Haven't seen the video as I'm at work, but thought I'd chime in to say how much I love the Latin Mass! I don't think it's much of a secret the LM is making a huge resurgence, especially as the JPII semenarians are beginning to flow into the Priesthood! There's no doubt the seminaries, convents, parishes, and dioceses(sp?) who shifted back to (or never left) orthodoxy are seeing large increases in numbers!
The orders, parishes, and convents who have shifted into pseudo-Protastantism are generally struggling.
Like Fr. Corapi says, the more we get back to basics, the stronger we'll be (I'm heavily paraphrasing).
I've attended the latin mass..The missal also has the english translation to better understand latin.
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Because it seemed to interest some here the other day, I decided to post a video of a Latin Mass said somewhere in Europe. You can skip the sermon by the Priest unless you speak his language and can understand it, but otherwise it's the exact same mass said here in the United States. If you regularly attend a Latin Mass you will generally understand the Latin.
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