Latin Mass Brief History

"The Traditional Latin Mass (1962 Missal) is a venerable Mass with a 1650 year heritage dating back to the reign of Pope Damasus in the 4th century.  The Latin language reverses the punishment of the Tower of Babel, giving the Catholic Church a true universal bond that transcends language barriers.  The orientation of the priest and faithful, hopefully facing East in anticipation of the Second Coming, toward God in the tabernacle highlights the principle act at the Holy Sacrifice; adoration of the Holy Trinity.  The rubrics dictate a greater fusion of mind, soul, and body to better communicate and reinforce the whole of Catholic doctrine."  Rev. Fr. Donald Kloster

New York's Home of Daily Latin Mass

Since 2009, The Shrine and Parish Church of Holy Innocents provides daily Latin Mass in the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite (1962 edition of the Tridentine Mass).

Latin Mass Schedule
Sunday at 9:00 am (Low Mass) & 10:30 am (High Mass)
Monday - Friday at 6:00 pm
Saturday at 1:00 pm
Rev.  Fr. James L. P. Miara, Pastor
Rev.  Fr. Louis Van Thanh, Parrochial Vicar
Rev.  Fr. Oliver Chanama, Priest in Residence
Rev. Fr. Daniel Sabatos, Visiting Celebrant