St. Agnes Church, St. Paul, MN
St. Agnes, only a stones throw from the dome. We attempted to make it to the 10 am solemn Mass, but I94 was half shut down, and it didn't work out. It is hard to believe that more places do not celebrate ad orientem. Mass was primarily in English, Sanctus and Agnus Dei in Latin plainchant. But during the Liturgy of the Eucharist the priest faces with the people toward God. Even in English it was beautiful. This is the ideal Catholic parish. There were lots of young families, children in the pews. Fr. Ubel mentioned he will be done at St. Agnes and heading down the street at the end of June. But before he does Abp. Nienstedt will be coming to St. Agnes for Mass and a Eucharistic procession.... they don't have their latest bulletin out on the website yet, maybe someone can help. Was it June 10th for Corpus Christi I think? I was in the back for the most part with a cranky baby.