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Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory, Archdiocese of Washington D.C.

By Courtney Mares, Shannon Mullen, Joe Bukuras, CNA, July  

Starting Sept. 21, the Extraordinary Form of the Mass will only be allowed to be offered at the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in Washington, D.C., St. John the Evangelist in Silver Spring, Maryland, and St. Dominic in Aquasco, Maryland.

Gregory lays out the new liturgical norms for the archdiocese, in response to Pope Francis’ 2021 motu proprio Traditionis custodes, in a two-page letter and an accompanying decree obtained by CNA.

The Archdiocese of Washington posted the letter with the decree and liturgical norms online Friday morning. ….