On the participation of the laity at the Traditional Latin Mass

Occasionally we receive questions from parishioners regarding the sacred liturgy which we would like to address for the benefit of the community. Here’s one question we recently received:  Question: When I attend the Traditional Latin Mass, I sometimes see priests doing different things. Also, I see the laity doing different bodily postures and responses. Are there rubrics […]

A Call for Ushers and Sacristans

We are in need of ushers for the 12:00 p.m. Mass on Sundays. If you feel called to serve our TLM community as an usher, please contact Jackson. For SacristansOur head sacristan for St. Joseph’s, Nadine Kwiatek has asked if we could get volunteers to help clean the church sometime during the week. If you are interested […]

Handicapped Seating in the Historic Church

Please note, that the designated areas for handicapped seating are located in the side transepts of the church (front pew). Signs will be placed on the pews on either side, however, please see an usher if you need further assistance. 

TLM posture guide for congregation

Members from our community have requested some guidance regarding the congregation’s postures during a Missa Cantata. Courtesy of Baronius Press we have a PDF copy of a guide for you to download below. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD We hope this serves you well and helps you better follow along in the Sacred Liturgy.

Quick note on our upcoming socials

Just a reminder that our Sunday socials will begin again the week of Sunday, July 3, following the 7:30 a.m. and noon Masses.  The social after the 7:30 a.m. Mass will take place in the Glenmore Room rather than the Kilkenny. The Glenmore room is located inside the Cody Center on the east end of the building. […]

Return to the Historic Church

Our first day back at St. Joseph’s Historic Church will be the weekend of Sunday, July 3.We are anticipating our Mass schedule as follows, unless otherwise announced: 7:30 a.m. (Missa Lecta/Low Mass) 12:00 p.m. (Missa Cantata/Sung Mass) Please note, Vespers and Adoration on the 1st Sunday of the month (during the noon Mass) will be discontinued. Also, due to […]

Sunday Socials…are coming back!

We are excited to announce that our first Sunday social will be the same weekend we return to the Historic Church – Sunday, July 3. Here are the details:   7:30 a.m. Mass –  Small sandwiches, cookies, drinks, and other refreshments will be provided courtesy of St. Joseph’s, following the 7:30 a.m. Mass.  12:00 p.m. Mass – Small sandwiches, cookies, drinks, […]

TLM Volunteers Needed

If you would like to serve the TLM community as a sacristan, altar server, usher, or as a member of our choir, be on the lookout for upcoming scheduled trainings. If you are interested in offering your talents in service to our beloved TLM community, please contact the following: Sacristans Rick Bohler  Jackson Egan Choir […]

Decree on Implementing the Motu Proprio, Traditiones Custodes

As many of you have heard, the Chancellor’s office issued a decree this week regarding the Traditional Latin Mass in the Diocese of St. Augustine. The document is hidden on the diocesan website (dosafl.com) under DIOCESE > Our Bishop > Letters, Talks & Statements.

Mass for Feast of the Epiphany

Father Briggs Hurley will celebrate Mass for the feast of the Epiphany on Thursday, January 6, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. in the main church of St. Joseph’s.