- November 1, 2011 at 12:45 am #2076
I’m a bit late introducing myself. My name is Barbara and I live in NYC. I am a paralegal by profession, working mainly for criminal defense lawyers. I have a healthy respect for the law and our Constitution.
I actually happened to find this site when I was researching a personal question and found I have a lot to learn, but remember a lot too.
I was educated in parochial schools, but have fallen away (a bit inconsistent in my attendance) though I have not lost my faith or beliefs. In fact, if anything, I consider myself a rather conservative Roman Catholic in my views on The Church.November 1, 2011 at 2:39 am #10155
Welcome to the site and welcome back to the Catholic faith. ” title=”Smile” />November 2, 2011 at 5:18 am #10164
Welcome to the site. If you are near Grand Central Station you may want to go to St. Agnes on Sundays. They have a traditional Latin Mass there with the approval of the local ordinary. Since you have mentioned a few times the Pre-Vatican II days, you may enjoy it there. The choir is quite good, and you can go GCS after to the food halls and get a nice lunch. There are other Latin Masses around the City, I know of one in Brooklyn and a few scattered about. If you’ve not been there are also some very beautiful Eastern Rite Catholic Churches in NYC.
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