The Paulus Institute for the Propagation of Sacred Liturgy, Washington, D.C., www.ThePaulusInstitute.org, is pleased to announce the Second Annual Nellie Gray Mass commemorating the devoted shepherdess of the March for Life.
Through the felicitous good will of Rev. Fr. Alfred J. Harris, Pastor, a Solemn High Mass will take place at St. Mary Mother of God Church in Washington, DC, 5th and H Sts. NW, where Nellie Gray regularly attended the Sunday traditional Mass (“Extraordinary Form”) The Mass is scheduled at 6 pm the evening of the 2014 March, Wednesday, January 22.
The celebrant of the Mass will be Dom Philip Anderson, O.S.B. Abbot of Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey in the Diocese of Tulsa.
Co-sponsors of the Mass are The Lyceum School of Classical Catholic Education, South Euclid, Ohio, and its Schola Cantorum, which will sing the Mass; Juventutem Michigan; and Juventutem DC.
The Lyceum School (Classical Catholic Education, grades 7-12 www.thelyceum.org), South Euclid, Ohio, is a co-sponsor of Second Annual Nellie gray Mass. Its Schola Cantorum will sing the Mass. All Lyceum students study Latin and Greek, sing in its Schola Cantorum, recite poetry, and read and discuss the Good and Great Books of Western Civilization. They have cut their own CD, Ave Verum Corpus, and have appeared on EWTN.
Twenty-five percent of its graduates have been honored by the National Merit Scholarship Program as Scholars-- Finalists and Commended Students scoring in the top 1-5% of the 1.5 million students taking the national Preliminary SAT examination. Its 40 graduates have garnered 93 National Greek exam awards and 100 National Latin exam awards.