Upcoming Masses in Latin

Masses in Latin with Gregorian Chant are usually held every 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month, 4pm @ St. Joseph’s Institution (International) Chapel (address and map below).

Be sure to check this page regularly for changes/additions to Masses for the month, or subscribe to the mailing list (see below) to receive updates via e-mail.

Upcoming Masses (Updated on 8 Jan 2011)

16 January 2011, Sunday

4.00pm @ SJI International Chapel, 490 Thomson Road

23 January 2011, Sunday

3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
4.00pm @ SJI International Chapel, 490 Thomson Road

Getting there:

Take the train to Bishan MRT Station (North-South Line). Then, from the bus stop at Junction 8, take Bus 156. Alight after the SLF (Singapore Liver Foundation) building.

OR

Take the train to Marymount MRT Station (Circle Line). Then, from the bus stop opposite the HDB blocks, take either Bus 54 or Bus 851. Alight after the SLF (Singapore Liver Foundation) building.

Buses Available: 54, 130, 132, 156, 162, 162M, 166, 167, 851, 980

MRT Stations Nearby:
[North-South Line] Novena MRT, Toa Payoh MRT, Bishan MRT
[Circle Line] Marymount MRT

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To receive updates by e-mail, you can subscribe to the mailing list by sending a blank e-mail to: scsgm-mailinglist-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

The Schola Cantorum Sancti Gregorii Magni (SCSGM) is a choir under the auspices of the Archdiocesan Liturgical Music Committee of the Liturgical Commission of the Archdiocese of Singapore (LMC). (http://www.catholic.org.sg/lmc/lmc-schola.htm)

Responses

  1. […] Upcoming Masses in Latin Posted by: ioannespaulus | December 11, 2009 […]

    • Hi Jon,

      12th Sept is 24th Sunday & 26th Sept is 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time.

      • Hello!
        Thank you so much for pointing out the error! =)

        God bless!

  2. […] Upcoming Masses in Latin Posted by: ioannespaulus | August 22, 2010 […]

  3. Hi Jon, can I check if you could provide a list of recommended latin reference books that you mentioned before? Do you have any spare copies that I can buy from you?

    God bless!

    • Hey!
      Sorry for replying so late… Here are some great Latin books that I recommend:

      Introductory Level:
      William E. Linney, Getting Started with Latin

      Basic Level:
      G. D. A. Sharpley, Teach Yourself Beginner’s Latin

      Intermediate Level:
      John F. Collins, A Primer of Ecclesiastical Latin

      I strongly recommend that you read the books in the order given above. The first book will help you to establish the foundations in basic Latin grammar. The second book will help you to apply them and learn a lot more. Once you have more or less grasped the basic grammatical concepts from the first two books, it will be much easier for you to do the third book.

      The third book is really good but it’s somewhat technical so it won’t be so easily understood until you have more or less understood the basic concepts.

      Hope it helps. =)

  4. Hi Jon,
    I heard that the tridentine mass on 26th Jan has Dominican element, how different is that from the normal tridentine rite?
    Would the tridentine mass be celebrated by a dominican priest?
    Thanks,
    Gerard


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