|Ryan, Joseph, Peter and Peter enjoy baked goodies.|
The 'Ordinary Form' (Novus Ordo) Mass which we know, love and attend daily at Sacred Heart follows basically the same 'order of events' but with significant differences, not the least of which is the language in which the Mass is said and the manner in which we receive our Lord in Holy Communion. Following along in the little red booklets offered at the entrance, or fumbling along with the 1962 (heirloom) Missals we have inherited, we can mostly keep up with the Mass and prayerfully worship. The solemnity with which the Latin Mass is celebrated, the profound reverence and the decorum of the congregation are awe inspiring to say the least. The preaching is certainly not for the faint of heart!
Our special Sunday journeys to Seattle punctuate our ordinary calendar and offer us extraordinary ways to keep holy the Lord's Day.
|Peter holds his God-brother Samuel|
|Bridget, Samuel and Aileen, together on Sunday morn|
|Brothers in Seattle|
|Guests of Great Grandma for the Seahawks playoff game; watching her double-decker TV|
|Peter cheering for the Seahawks in his Sunday best|