St. Ann Church in Charlotte commemorates parish feast day with Solemn High Mass
CHARLOTTE — In what is becoming an annual tradition, St. Ann Church celebrated a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form ("Missa Solemnis") on the feast of Saint Ann on July 26.
Father Timothy Reid, pastor, served as the main celebrant, and Father Matthew Kauth served as homilist. Bishop Peter Jugis of the Diocese of Charlotte also attended the Mass, which was offered in honor of the parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
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