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By Trevor Alcorn, OnePeterFive, February 8, 2022

As with every Sunday for the last twelve years, my family drove the long 1.5 hour one-way drive up to Chicago for the Mass of the Ages on Sunday, February 6th, 2022. Despite it being a seemingly ordinary Chicago winter day, a blustery and frigid 20 degrees Fahrenheit with an accompanying wind chill, there was something in the air for Catholics drawn to the patrimony of the Traditional Latin Mass in the Archdiocese of Chicago. This was the first Sunday upon which Cardinal Cupich’s unjust edict implementing Pope Francis’ moto proprioTraditiones Custodes, went into full effect.

For this reason, a grassroots movement of lay faithful organized a Rosary Rally for the Latin Mass in Chicago, to take place at 11am in front of Holy Name Cathedral, in order to pray for Cardinal Blase Cupich and for an end to his restrictions on the celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM). ….