|Nouveaux President et Secretaire||1:16 PM, Nov 19 2013|
|POUR DIFFUSION IMMEDIATE Le 18 novembre 2013. Chers membres de Juventutem et sympathisants, D’accord avec le Bureau de la Fédération Internationale Juventutem, j’ai le plaisir d'annoncer la nomination d'un nouveau Président et d’un nouveau Secrétaire. L'ancien Président, Raphaël Waldis (Suisse), était membre fondateur de la Fédération Internationale Juventutem le 24 mai 2006. Il a reçu un successeur le 30 Octobre dernier après plusieurs années de service. George Steven, du Royaume-Uni a été nommé pour lui succéder et a accepté le poste de Président. David Oostveen (des Pays-Bas), fut aussi l'un des membres fondateurs de la Fédération Internationale Juventutem. Il reçu un successeur pour son poste de Secrétaire après plusieurs années de service. Paul Schultz, des États-Unis d'Amérique, a été nommé et a accepté le poste de Secrétaire. Au nom de tous, je tiens à remercier Raphaël et David pour leur service dévoué durant ces années. Nos prières les accompagnent et nous savons pouvoir compter sur leur soutien amical envers Juventutem dans le futur. Je tiens également à remercier leurs deux successeurs d’avoir accepté ces nouvelles fonctions. George comme Paul ont activement participé à des rassemblement internationaux de Juventutem, qu’ils ont aussi promu dans leur pays d’origine. Nous avons bon espoir que leur contribution profitera efficacement à Juventutem. Ils se présenteront plus personnellement à vous bientôt. Je vous invite tous à prier pour eux deux alors qu’ils débutent dans leurs nouvelles fonctions. En attendant, nous prions chaque coordinateur de groupe Juventutem (et tout correspondant intéressé) de mailer à George et Paul les coordonnées mises à jour de leur groupe. George: firstname.lastname@example.org Paul: email@example.com Prions les uns pour les autres, In Christo, Abbé Armand de Malleray, FSSP – Assistant Ecclésiastique de la Fédération Internationale Juventutem|
|New President and Secretary||1:15 PM, Nov 19 2013|
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|2 new groups in the USA!||10:56 AM, Sep 17 2013|
|Congratulations to our friends of the newly affiliated groups in Pennsylvania and Florida, 'Juventutem Lehigh Valley' and 'Juventutem Miami' respectively. We also thank the two priests who generously support these young people through their pastoral ministry: Mgr Francis Nave, Pastor of Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish in Bath, and Fr Christopher Marino, Rector of the Cathedral in Miami.|
|WYD 2013 Website http://juventutemniteroi.wix.com/jmj2013#!about||3:57 PM, Jun 22 2013|
|During the WYD Week, the Church of Our Lady of Carmel, Ancient See of Rio de Janeiro, will be the home for Extraordinary Form pilgrims. There we will have catechetical sessions by Msgr. Fernando Rifan, bishop of the Apostolic Administration St. John Vianney, and the Holy Mass at different times and sung by Brazilian and international choirs. Priests and religious from the Apostolic Administration will also be available for the pastoral care of the pilgrims on a daily basis (9am-12am and 2pm-4pm). Visit us on http://juventutemniteroi.wix.com/jmj2013#!about.|
|Happy seventh anniversary Juventutem!||11:17 AM, May 24 2013|
|Today, 24 May 2013 is the 7th anniversary of the foundation of the Juventutem International Federation (F.I.J.) - founded in Bern, Switzerland, on 24 May 2006. The General Chaplain will include all our past and present members and benefactors in his prayer at Mass. May Our Lady Help of Christians protect us all and guide us safely to the Sacred Heart of her Divine Son Jesus Christ.|
|Juventutem in The Economist.||7:12 PM, Apr 13 2013|
|Latest 4 groups affiliated||6:55 PM, Apr 13 2013|
|The International Juventutem Federation is delighted to announce the affiliation of Juventutem Boston, Juventutem Korea, Juventutem Lakes Charles and Juventutem Chicago. Please pray for these new members as they include you in their daily prayer.|
|5th annual Weekend in England||9:40 PM, Aug 11 2012|
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|6th anniversary of foundation of Juventutem International Federation: 24 May 2012.||1:47 PM, May 24 2012|
|Today, 24 May 2012, is the 6th anniversary of the foundation of the International Juventutem Federation in Bern, Switzerland, on the feast of Our Lady Help of Christians. The ecclesiastical assistant of the Federation Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP will offer Mass tomorrow at 7.20pm GMT at St William of York Church in Reading, UK, for the sanctification of all Juventutem members and benefactors. It will be followed by Holy Hour at the same intentions. All members and supporters, wherever they are, are kindly requested to join in prayer. Introibo ad altare Dei, ad Deum qui laetificat juventutem meam.|
|3 new groups in Brazil, Poland and Canada!||11:36 PM, Feb 18 2012|
|Dear Juventutem Friends: We are delighted to share with you the good news of the foundation and affiliation to the Federation International Juventutem of three new groups in Fortaleza (Brazil), Gdansk (Poland) and Kitchener-Waterloo (Canada). A very warm welcome to our new members! Let us pray for each other: 'Introibo ad altare Dei, ad Deum qui laetificat juventutem meam.'|
|Juventutem on EWTN 'Life on the Rock'!||10:16 AM, Sep 24 2011|
|On 22 September 2011 the well-known EWTN broadcast 'Life on the Rock' has presented Juventutem. Watch now!|
|Official Report on Juventutem at WYD 2008 in Australia||4:25 PM, Jul 19 2011|
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|Official Report on Juventutem at WYD 2005 in Germany||4:25 PM, Jul 19 2011|
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|Prefect of Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith's official Letter of Support||5:59 PM, Mar 21 2011|
|Prefect for the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith Cardinal Levada, Cardinal Ratzinger's successor, has sent an official letter of support to the Juventutem International Federation. We thank His Eminence for his kind words. Read Letter here (http://www.juventutem.org/pages/francais/photos/2011/cardinal-levada-s-letter-of-support.php).|
|Primate of Belgium's message of support to Juventutem for WYD 2011||8:11 PM, Feb 10 2011|
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|Message de soutien du Primat de Belgique à Juventutem pour les JMJ 2011||8:13 PM, Feb 10 2011|
|Le 6 février 2011. A M. l’Abbé Armand de Malleray, FSSP - Assistant Ecclésiastique de la Fédération Internationale Juventutem Cher M. l’Abbé, Vous m’avez écrit pour me demander si je serais disposé à donner une catéchèse et à célébrer la Sainte Messe dans la Forme Extraordinaire du rit romain pour le groupe Juventutem aux Journées Mondiales de la Jeunesse 2011 à Madrid, avec l’accord du Conseil Pontifical pour les Laïcs. Je vous remercie de votre invitation et suis heureux de l’accepter en principe. Je me rappelle avec joie ma présence parmi vos jeunes au Congrès Eucharistique International de Québec où, le 21 juin 2008, j’ai célébré une Messe pontificale solennelle et j’ai prêché. Je sais que vous préparez la ‘Semaine dans les Diocèses’ dans le diocèse de Bilbao du 9 au 15 août prochains avant de rejoindre Madrid pour les JMJ proprement dites. Je vous souhaite un riche temps spirituel dans cette partie de l’Espagne, patrie de saint Ignace de Loyola, et sanctifiée par de nombreux autres saints. Puissent leur exemple et leur intercession fortifier les jeunes de Juventutem dans leur amour du Christ et faire d’eux des témoins joyeux et entraînants de la sainteté de l’Eglise. Avec ma bénédiction et l’assurance de ma prière, André-Joseph Léonard, Archevêque de Malines-Bruxelles +|
|Mensaje de apoyo del Primado de Bélgica para la JMJ 2011||8:19 PM, Feb 10 2011|
|6 de febrero de 2011 A la atención del Rvdo. Padre Armand de Malleray, FSSP – Asistente Eclesiástico de la Federación Internacional Juventutem Estimado Padre de Malleray, Me ha escrito para preguntarme si estaría dispuesto a ofrecer una catequesis y celebrar la Santa Misa en la Forma Extraordinaria del Rito Romano para el grupo Juventutem durante las Jornadas Mundiales de Juventud en Madrid 2011, con la autorización del Pontificio Consejo para los Laicos. Le agradezco la invitación y estoy encantado de aceptarla en un principio. Recuerdo con alegría mi presencia entre sus jóvenes durante el Congreso Eucarístico Internacional de Québec, donde el 21 de junio de 2008 celebré una solemne Misa pontifical., predicando también la homilía. Sabiendo que estáis preparando los “días en las diócesis” en la diócesis de Bilbao del 9 al 15 de agosto, antes de dirigiros a Madrid para la presente edición de las JMJ. Os deseo una rica experiencia espiritual en esa parte de España, santificada por tantos santos y patria de S. Ignacio de Loyola. Que su ejemplo e intercesión fortalezca a los jóvenes de Juventutem en su amor a Cristo y los haga alegres y entrañables testigos de la santidad de la Iglesia. Con mi bendición y oraciones, André-Joseph Léonard Arzobispo de Mechelen-Bruselas +|
|Annual international gathering : Fribourg, Switzerland, 4-5-6 March 2011||12:11 PM, Nov 09 2010|
Book these dates now and attend or send your delegate(s) to the annual international Juventutem gathering in picturesque Catholic stronghold Fribourg at the heart of Switzerland. Information : Juventutem Suisse on Facebook.
|Programme of international gathering at Douai Abbey, England.||3:04 PM, Aug 28 2010|
Juventutem international gathering
A week-end for Young Catholic Adults, Douai Abbey, Berkshire, England
10-12 September 2010
Friday 10 September 2010 (St Nicolas of Tolentino)
1-6pm: onwards arrival
5pm-5.50pm: Confessions – simultaneously: optional workshop on : The sacred vessels and liturgical items, by Mr Juan Tomas, FSSP.
6.00pm – 7.00pm Holy Mass in the Parish Church
7.00-7.30pm - Supper
8pm-8.45pm: 1st conference: How God is present in the Holy Eucharist, by Fr de Malleray, FSSP
Saturday 11th September 2010 (Our Lady’s Saturday)
7.30am: Morning prayer (parish church)
9am-10am: 2nd Conference: Explanation of the prayers of the Mass: Part 1 : From the Preparatory Prayers until the Creed, by Fr de Malleray, FSSP
11am: Sung Holy Mass, main Abbey Church
12noon: Marian Procession around the extensive grounds of the Abbey (if bad weather, procession within the building).
1.00-2.00pm: Lunch in the Refectory
2.00-3.00pm: 3rd Conference: Explanation of the prayers of the Mass: Part 2 : The Offertory, by Fr de Malleray, FSSP
3.00pm-4.30pm: Optional workshop on: How to serve Low Mass, by Mr Juan Tomas, FSSP – or Free time
4.30pm-5pm: Rosary led by Mr Juan Tomas, FSSP
5.00-6.00pm: 4th Conference: Explanation of the prayers of the Mass: Part 3 : The ‘Canon’ of the Mass, by Fr de Malleray, FSSP
7.30-9.30pm Adoration and Confession
Sunday 18th September 2010 (16th after Pentecost)
7.30am: Morning prayer (parish church)
|Annual international gathering: 10-12 September 2010, England||11:38 PM, May 22 2010|
Vigil of Pentecost, 22 May 2010
Dear Juventutem Friends,
Cordial greetings to all of you worldwide!
In two days, on May 24th, I invite you to pray for our Federation International Juventutem which will be… four years old. It is normally the Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians. But this year the Monday after Pentecost will take precedence. For that reason, I have offered yesterday a Votive Mass of Our Lady Help of Christians at all your and our intentions as members or supporters of Juventutem.
Just I write to you and all along this week-end of Pentecost, some Juventutem members from France, Italy and other countries are walking from Paris to Chartres in France as part of the famous Pilgrimage of Christendom – the largest Extraordinary Form event in the world every year with 8,000 persons walking 70 miles in 2 ½ days. Let us pray for them, and we can be sure they pray for us also.
I am sorry to announce to you the death in Bern, Switzerland, of two benefactors of our Federation.
Mrs Marie Vogel tragically died on 3 January 2010 after a fire in her building. Also in Bern, Mr Heinz Müller died of cancer in hospital on 19 April 2010. Those who attended our International Gathering in Bern last year and in 2008 will have met him then. Please remember them in your prayers. Requiescant in pace.
Request for founding groups in Canada and the U.S.A. were sent to us. It is good to see interest various places in North America. We are sorry for the delays in dealing with the request. We hope to have more regular contacts in the future.
Annual international meeting: 10-12 September 2010, England
Our annual meeting 2010 will not take place in Bern, Switzerland but in Douai Abbey, England. Like in 2009 and 2008, we hope that as many representatives as possible will be able to come. Douai Abbey is located 30mn from Reading, the base of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter in England. It is also 1h south of Oxford and two hours west from London. A good location to visit places of interest in England, starting with places associated with our Catholic faith, such as the martyrs of Oxford, the place of the gallows Tyburn in London or the monument to Saint Thomas More. Also, the Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI will be in England a couple of days after our week-end (16-19 September 2010). If you come from a distance, why not plan to stay longer and attend at least the Prayer Vigil in Hyde Park, London on Saturday 18th September 2010? Accommodation could possibly be worked out for you.
Juventutem Ecclesiastical Assistant Fr de Malleray, FSSP, Juventutem Treasurer Cosimo Marti and other representatives have already said they would be present. Our English Juventutem group (i.e. Young Catholic Adults) have kindly agreed to coordinate the event. The weekend will be full-board. Places are limited so please book early.
* We will have half of the retreat centre to ourselves
* There will be a Marian Procession, Rosaries, Sung Mass, Low Mass, Confession and socials
* Fr. de Malleray FSSP Chaplain of Juventutem will give the conferences; Masses will be in the Extraordinary form
Prices range from £5 (approx 6 Euros) to £51 (approx 60 Euros) per person per night .
See http://www.youngcatholicadults.co.uk/events.htm for more info. How to book - limited places so please reserve your place early
To reserve your place FOR THE WEEKEND (no deposit needed if you are coming for the day on Saturday 5th July), please send a 20 pound deposit (NON REFUNDABLE) to Damian Barker, Flat 5, 12 Saint Catherine Street, Kingsholm, Gloucester, Glos. GL2 9DU (please make any cheques payable to ‘Damian Barker’). For enquiries ring him on +44(0)7908105787.
World Youth Day 2011 in Spain:
The preparation for World Youth Day 2011 in Madrid, Spain, is going well. Representatives had a meeting at the monastery of Le Barroux, France last month.
We remind all members to send their yearly contribution to our Treasurer Cosimo Marti.
All Group leaders are also requested to email back an update with : the current valid email address of the group, the current number of members in their group, with their name, age and contact details.
We thank all those who have sent us news and update. This is vital for us to keep in touch, since distance make it difficult to meet often.
May Our Lady Help of Christian protect and guide you towards her divine Son.
On behalf of the Bureau, Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP
Chaplain of the Juventutem Federation
Priestly Fraternity of St Peter, St John Fisher House, 17 Eastern Avenue, Reading RG1 5RU, Berkshire, England
|September 09 Juventutem Retreat Douai Abbey Berkshire, England.||9:50 AM, May 12 2009|
During the weekend of the 18-20 September 2009.
'Young Catholic Adults', the English branch of the Juventutem International Federation, will run a Traditional Retreat at Douai Abbey in the south of England. The weekend will be led by Juventutem Ecclesiastical Assistant Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP. Douai Abbey, situated on high ground in the Berkshire countryside provides an ideal setting for quiet reflection, retreats and for conferences. One of the comments frequently made about Douai is that it offers an environment and atmosphere of peace and serenity, where the cares of daily life can be left behind.
|Report on Second gathering Federation Juventutem in Bern, Switzerland, February 21-22, 2009||10:53 AM, Feb 28 2009|
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|2nd international gathering of Juventutem delegates in Bern, Switzerland 21-22 Feb. 2009||1:39 PM, Feb 05 2009|
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|Advent Message 2008 – on Sunday 21st December 2008||1:14 AM, Dec 24 2008|
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|Meeting in New Zealand on 17-19 October 2008||12:57 PM, Oct 21 2008|
Who is Juventutem Christchurch?
Juventutem Christchurch was formed in early AD2008 with the support of Bishop Barry Jones and under the guidance of Bishop Emeritus Basil Meeking (ecclesiastical patron of Juventutem Australia). The name is taken from Psalm 42 which opens the traditional Mass: “I will go to the altar of God, to God the joy of my youth (juventutem)” Juventutem Christchurch has come about as fruit of the World Youth Days in Cologne 2005 and in Sydney 2008.
We wish to promote and deepen knowledge of the traditional liturgy of the Catholic Church. We are interested in engaging, (even for the first time), Catholics and other Christians who want to know more about the Church’s liturgical heritage. Our motivation comes form Pope Benedict’s liberalisation of the traditional Mass with his Motu Proprio, “Summon Pontificum”. The Christchurch Diocese has taken up Pope Benedict’s invitation and daily Mass is offered in the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, Barbadoes Street, Christchurch. A Saturday Vigil and Sunday Mass are offered.
Juventutem Christchurch provides catechesis, lectures and practical workshops in aspects of the extraordinary form of the Mass. It is hoped such catechesis will assist those wishing to access Mass in the extraordinary form.
Who is Bishop Emeritus Basil Meeking?
Click here to find out more about Bishop Basil
Who is Fr. Define FSSP?
Fr Define is the Provincial Superior of the Fraternity of St Peter. He resides in Sydney and is visiting Christchurch relieving for Fr John Rizzo.
When may I participate in the Mass in the extraordinary form?
Click here to go to the Cathedral Parish Mass timetable
“Introibo ad altare Dei: Ad Deum qui laetificat juventutem meam”.
“I will go to the altar of God, to God who gives joy to my youth”.
Our October WeekendDownload a poster about the weekend...
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Would you like an introduction to the Mass in Latin? Juventutem Christchurch is offering a weekend for you to find out more about Mass in the Extraordinary From.
Where? St. Gregory’s Church, 26 Cotswold Avenue, Bishopdale Christchurch.
What date? 17 to 19 October.
What time? Friday 7pm to 9pm, Saturday 9am to 4pm, Sunday 10am to 2.30pm
How much? Gold coin donation.
Bring your own lunch: tea and coffee provided. Hear Bishop Meeking and Fr. Define speak about the meaning and beauty of this Mass. Come and learn Gregorian Chant. Children are welcome: a crèche is provided.
FRIDAY 17th October, 2008
7.00 pm : Gathering and Welcome. Bishop Barry Jones
7.30 pm : Father Define: The Extraordinary Form of Mass - Its meaning, its structure, Discussion
8.30 pm : Compline (Night Prayer)
SATURDAY 18th October
9.00 am : Low Mass for the Feast of St Luke
9.45 am : Morning Tea
10.00 am : Fr. Define: The Mass in Exile – the Mass restored. Discussion
10.00 am : Sr Deidre Nelson (Holy Faith Sister): What is the meaning of Mass? Sacrifice, Presence, Communion
11.00 am : Ken Joblin (University Chaplaincy): Gregorian Chant Mass
11.00 am : Father Define: How to serve the Traditional Mass
12.00 pm : Lunch
12.45pm : Bishop Basil Meeking: Where is Pope Benedict Leading the Church? Discussion
1.45 pm : Chant class to prepare Sunday Mass
2.15 pm : Father Define: The story of the Mass. Its Historical Development
2.45 pm : Afternoon tea
3.15 pm : Holy Hour – Rosary and Benediction (with confession available)
4.15 pm : Departure
5.30 pm : Mass at the Cathedral
SUNDAY 19th October
10.00 am : Missa Cantata (Sung Mass)
11.30 am : Bishop Basil Meeking: Our Part in the Liturgy of the Mass. Discussion
12.30 pm : Lunch
1.30 pm : Holy Hour - Rosary and Benediction (with confession available)
2.30 pm : Afternoon tea
Gold coin donation
Bring your own lunch
Tea and coffee provided
If you cannot make the whole weekend: please come for those parts of the programme that suit.
This will be of benefit to anyone who would like to deepen their appreciation of or learn
|Informal meeting in Rome||12:47 PM, Oct 21 2008|
Last week-end in Rome, Juventutem members and supporters from Italy, Poland, Switzerland and The Netherlands met at the FSSP parish church Trinita de Pellegrini where the FSSP were celebrating the 20th anniversary of their canonical erection as of pontifical right (October 18th, 1988). Included in this informal Juventutem meeting were Secretary David Oostveen, Treasurer Cosimo Marti and Ecclesiastical Assistant Fr Armand de Malleray.
|Report on Juventutem at WYD 2008 in Australia||10:35 PM, Jul 24 2008|
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