In the Catholic tradition, a focus of the month of November is the holy dead: In particular, praying to Jesus through the members of the Church Triumphant (those in heaven) on All Saints’ Day (November 1st, a Holy Day of … Click to continue
Back on March 19, 2012, members of Juventutem Michigan gathered for our inaugural Mass & dinner – beginning with that day’s Missa Cantata at St. Joseph, Detroit. We have regularly returned in the years since then, including 2014, when the … Click to continue
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Priests wishing to celebrate a Private Mass at a Juventutem church: send us an email – contact at juventutemmichigan dot com – and we’ll respond with the … Click to continue
On May 24, 2004, the Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians, the word “Juventutem” was first used between the founders to describe an apostolate that would bring Catholic young adults together for Traditional Latin Masses – both at the … Click to continue
This message comes from the Bureau of the FIJ. Captions for the photos may be found at the FIJ’s original posting.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
On 29 February 2016
Dear Juventutem members and supporters,
We, the members of the … Click to continue