"What The RC Diocese of Brooklyn & Major League Baseball Both Have In Common"
If one wants to know about where the Traditional Latin Mass is celebrated in Brooklyn & Queens, one will have to jump through hoops or 225 PAGES of Links in order to get a little information, but NOTHING leads there, directly;
After reading some story by one Carol Powell of "The Tablet"(Not the One In London, but just as Heterodox as the one in London), about how The Current Novus Ordo Mass is such a great celebration & making the Church so alive & vibrant(Where, I don't know, as the Church is going through a Nasty Winter, after Vatican II), I continued onward through the links until I felt like screaming. Even Google would have trouble combing through their website;
Why are you guys in Brooklyn, trying to hide where the Traditional Latin Mass is celebrated? It's like hiding a lantern under a basket, to prevent illumination. Who handles your information dissemination, Major League Baseball? FOX Sports?
OK, MLB, you're next on my "Hit Parade";
Bud, why is MLB being made available to fewer people? If I want to watch my NESN Favorites, DO & The RemDawg, I have to get the MLB Extra Innings Package, ONLY through Direc TV, run by that Monopolistic Capitalist, Mr Murdoch, whose FOX Sports could drive people to drink heavily, every time Tim drools over Derek Jeter? Can you imagine my bar tab? & that's just from putting up with Michael Kay on YES;
Sunday Night Baseball on TBS? Our Saturdays ruined by FOX @ 3:55PM Eastern? World Series Games at 8:24PM Eastern? Children cannot stay up until the wee hours watching the Fall Classic & now all our Games are being distributed through a Murdoch Controlled Satellite Company? Have we no choice. Fans can't stay home & watch on cable?
To both The Brooklyn Diocese & Major League Baseball;
Why are you BOTH going for LOWER #s;
Requiscant In Pacem, Monsignor Vavarro;
You're One Of The Great Ones
This is just in from Google;
On the 2nd & 4th Sundays at 9:00AM, at the Chapel at St John's Cemetery, in Middle Village, Queens, a Traditional Latin Mass is now offered in Queens. The Chapel is near the Main Entrance just off Metropolitan Avenue & 80th Street, while the Brooklyn Mass is at Our Lady of Peace Parish on Carroll Street, in Park Slope, Brooklyn, at 12:30PM. This information, via Google, is from the Brooklyn Diocese own website;
Whew! I need more patience;