Sunday, October 21, 2007

Missa Cantata- St. Lawrence Catholic Center

Yes I've been gone for awhile but... I'm back today with some new pictures

Today a Missa Cantata was prayed for the first time in MANY MANY Moons at the

St. Lawrence Catholic Campus Center at the University of Kansas Campus

Here are some Pictures Enjoy (You may click on the Image for an High Res View :


Rae said...

Thank you for taking and posting these photographs! I took the liberty of "borrowing" one to display on my blog--with credit to you, of course. Please let me know if you would like me to remove it.... The photo is, after all, your property.

It was a beautiful Mass, wasn't it? I was surprised at how well the chapel's modern lines blended with the more ornate look of the altar and vestments! And I could have listened to the choir all afternoon.

Christopher said...

No problem Rae and you may use the Picture no Problem!

It was a Great mass and i think it turned out better than anyone expected.

KJK said...

Thank you for the beautiful pictures.

To my certain knowledge (because I served one & assisted at the second) Dom Matthew Shapiro, now of Clear Creek Monastery in Oklahoma, and Father Harry Marchosky offered Mass in the old rite at the St Lawrence Center in the summer of 1995 during the Pearson College Reunion. And I believe (altho' I was not present) that Msgr James Conley of Wichita offered a Vetus Ordo Mass there in June at the second Pearson reunion.

Pearson College was the original name of the Integrated Humanities Program founded at KU in 1970 by Dennis Quinn, Frank Nelick & John Senior. Of which see this article: