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Sacred Heart
Traditional Catholic Church

1018  36th Street (between Woods & Westmoreland Avenues)
Orlando, Florida 32805 
map@ )  ·  ( NWS weather forecast )
Latitude +28.506346° (N.), longitude -81.393536° (W.)

Nearly 2 13 miles south of Orlando City Hall and its downtown (as the birds would fly),
and only a few blocks from the intersection of Interstate-4 and U.S. Highway 17-92
(3 blocks south, and not quite 2 blocks east, of I-4 exit 80 at U.S. 17-92 a.k.a. South Orange Blossom Trail)


[⌨ “6KA”  ·  “37”]

Regular Mass schedule resumes after Hurricane Irma
Thursday, September 14

Sacred Heart Traditional Catholic Church is completely free of damage from Major Hurricane Irma, with thanks to God and Our Blessed Mother.  Although electric power had yet to be restored as of early afternoon Tuesday, the regularly scheduled Masses will be celebrated “with or without power” [] [],  according to a brief announcement from its pastor: the Most Rev. Louis Montelongo. In a follow-up message, he indicated that the regularly scheduled weekday (i.e., Tuesday through Saturday) Masses have already been resumed.

The official Orange-County curfew, which was in effect from this past Sunday 7 p.m., through this past Monday at 6 p.m., has already expired, so there are now no legal barriers for travel within the county in which Sacred Heart TCC is situated.
[Note : Relying exclusively on illumination from candles?  What a concept!  But having written that, this webmaster urges great caution in their use in homes during prolonged loss of electric power, especially by residents of multifamily dwellings.

Note : The Orlando news-talk station at FM 96.5 MHz. reported (as recently as Wednesday, September 13):
  • the Orlando Utilities Commission, which supplies electric power & water to SHTCC, announced that the utilities services to all its customers will be restored by Friday, September 15, at 10 p.m.  It might be most realistic to regard that announcement as a goal, not a guarantee.
  • the (notoriously high) highway tolls that were discontinued in Florida before the arrival of Hurricane Irma, remain “discontinued until further notice“ (repeated as recently as Friday, September 15) (but  this webmaster warns that he and SHTCC must rely on public sources for such news, are at the mercy of their editorial decisions and their news cycles, and do not monitor or review those sources on any consistent basis; so neither he nor SHTCC can take responsibility for any consequences of being unprepared to pay tolls after entering toll roads for travel to Masses or devotions ).]
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[‘Aut2017A’:]
Autumnal days of special interest
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Dom.
Ltr.
‘1st Sunday
of Sep.’
§
*Exaltation of the Holy Cross Ember days (next Wed.-Fri.-Sat. after E.H.C.*) Christ the King
(last Sun. in Oct.)
All Saints
(1st day in Nov.)
+
All Faithful Souls
(secular)
Thanksgiving
(4th Thu. in Nov.)
Last Sunday after Pentecost 1st Sunday of Advent
(4th Sun. before Χmas)
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0
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7
A September 3 Thursday
(September 14)
(September) Wed. 20,
Fri. 22,
Sat. 23
October 29 Wednesday
(November 1)
Thursday
(November 2)
November 23 (25th)
November 26
December 3
Note § : Designation of 1st day of liturgical Autumn (Pt. 4/4 in Breviārium Vetus), regardless of which Sunday it's counted as after Pentecost, and regardless of whether it actually falls in September or August on the civil calendar (its date is calculated similarly to the 1st Sunday of Advent).
Note +: Holyday of Obligation.

[‘RegA2017’:]

Summer/Autumnal regular schedule

Masses*

Regularly

Sundays 8:00 a.m.  ·  10:00 a.m.  ·  12:30 p.m. (+Sp.)  ·  6:00 p.m.
Mondays not Holydays none
Tuesdays 8:00 a.m.
Wednesdays 8:00 a.m.
Thursdays 12:00 m.
Fridays 1st Friday 8:00 a.m.  ·  12:00 m.
otherwise 12:00 m.
Saturdays 1st Saturday 9:00 a.m.
otherwise 9:00 a.m.
Holydays + 8:00 a.m.  ·  12:00 m.  ·  5:30 p.m.  ·  7:00 p.m.

+: Holydays of Obligation.

Special devotions*

By devotion

Exposition of the Blessèd Sacrament
and Benediction
1st Sunday After 10:00 a.m. Mass
Thursdays After 12:00 m. Mass
1st Friday After 8:00 a.m. Mass
1st Saturday After 9:00 a.m. Mass
Holy League Holy Hour and Holy Communion 3rd Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Solemn Rosary 1st Saturday After 9:00 a.m. Mass

By day of week or month

1st Sunday Mass & Benediction 10:00 a.m.
Thursdays Exposition of the Blessèd Sacrament and Benediction After 12:00 m. Mass
1st Friday Mass & Benediction 8:00 a.m.
1st Saturday Mass & Exposition of the Blessèd Sacrament,
Solemn Rosary, and Benediction
9:00 a.m.
3rd Wednesday Holy League Holy Hour and Holy Communion 7:00 p.m.

Confessions*

Sundays 12 hour before Masses
Holydays + 12 hour before Masses
And by appointment

Notes

*: This daily schedule is subject to change.

+: Holydays of Obligation.

(+Sp.): Sunday Mass in Latin, with sermon & vernacular readings in English (as usual), but followed (after the Mass) by a repeat of the vernacular readings for the Mass and a short sermon, both given in Spanish (en Español después la Misa). Applies only to the individual Mass at the time-of-day to its immediate left.

(Sp.): Mass in Latin, but with sermon & vernacular readings in Spanish (en Español) at their customary times within the Mass. Applies only to the individual Mass at the time-of-day to its immediate left (although no such Masses are offered during this liturgical season).


Most Reverend Louis A. Montelongo, Pastor
Reverend Jonathan E. Derrington, Assistant Pastor
Reverend George A. Adams

Office: 407- 841-5878   ·   Pastor's cell-phone: 407- 484-1940

Reverend Matthias Heppel, missus rus montuōsum in Arkansade []
(ibi misericors Deus benedīcat cœpta eius)
[Note : Charles Sloane 1907: “Arkansas”.  Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 1.  Robert Appleton Co.: New York.  <http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01724a.htm> (retrieved for CD Edn. 2.1: 26 Apr. 2010).

Weather conditions & forecast nearest the Oratory of St. Giles, as established by Fr. Heppel
(per NWS Forecast Office, Little Rock, Arkansas):
<http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?state=AR&lat=36.269749&lon=-91.521773>.

John F.X. Murphy 1909: “St. Giles (Latin Ægidius)”.  Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 6.  Robert Appleton Co.: New York.  <http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/06559a.htm> (retrieved for CD Edn. 2.1: 26 Apr. 2010).

Note @: The map link provided above is strictly for the convenience of potential new parishioners and other visitors; it uses a free service offered on an “as is” & “as available” basis by an external Web site. The parish derives no income by providing the link, and has no financial connection with, nor control over, any content presented, including by any third party, on that external Web site.