Letter 97 published 5 October 2018
Friday 26 to Sunday 28 of October 2018: those
are the dates of the seventh international pilgrimage of the People of Summorum
Pontificum in Rome. Throughout those three Roman days the pilgrims will pray
for the Church and for holiness in the priesthood in these dark times with their numerous
scandals. As we have announced in our recent letters on the topic, Bishop Czeslaw
Kozon of Copenhagen—a diocese that covers all Denmark, the Faroe Islands,
and Greenland—will guide the pilgrims on their way to Saint Peter’s.
Friday October 26, as a preamble to the
pilgrimage, Paix Liturgique, with the
support of the International Federations Una Voce and Juventutem, has organized
a day of meetings to explore the growth of the extraordinary form of the Roman rite
across the globe. Here is the complete agenda with all the information
necessary to take part in it.
At the day’s end, the pilgrimage opening Mass will be held at 6pm at Saint Trinità dei Pellegrini church and will be offered in thanksgiving for the Fraternity of Saint Peter’s thirtieth anniversary by Fr. Charles Ike, an FSSP priest ordained in 2017 in Nigeria.
A PHOTOGRAPH OF THE MOTU PROPRIO IN THE WORLD
The Summorum Pontificum encounters will take
place at the Patristic Institute Augustinianum,
located across from the Holy Office on the edge of Saint Peter’s square (25 Via
Participants can start arriving at 9am; activities begin at 10am. Participants must preregister by clicking here (then “Tickets”).
registration fee is 15 Euros for laymen; it includes an aperitif, a light lunch, and simultaneous
translation (English, French, German, and Italian).
Priests and seminarians get in for free, but they must sign up in advance.
10am: Words of welcome
from Fr. Claude Barthe, chaplain of
the Coetus Internationalis Summorum Pontificum (CISP)
10:15am: Felipe Alanis, president of the International Federation Una Voce: Una Voce, a witness to the presence of the people of Summorum Pontificum on all five continents.
11am: Paul Schultz, secretary of Juventutem: Youth and the motu proprio Summorum Pontificum
11:45am: Monika Rheinschmitt, president of Pro
Missa Tridentina: The world of Summorum
Pontificum in German-speaking lands
12:15pm: Cardinal Raymond Burke: Summorum Pontificum in North America
1pm: free time and buffet
2:15pm: Video message
of Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze Kiun,
archbishop emeritus of Hong Kong, to the congress participants and pilgrims
2:45pm: Fr. Charles Ike, FSSP priest in Nigeria: The extraordinary form in Africa
3:15pm: Marco Sgroi, organizer of the Coordinamento nazionale del Summorum Pontificum, Canon Joseph Luzuy, provincial of the ICKSP for Italy, and Don Raffaele Roffino, pastor of Rivarolo Canavese in the diocese of Ivrea: Summorum Pontificum in Italy
Marquant, president of Oremus: An outline for a growth assessment of the People of Summorum
Pontificum in the World.
NB: the complete pilgrimage program is available on the CISP website.