But many octaves were suppressed by Pius XII and it is, since, the feast of the martyr Saint Gorgonius (Introibo, CE, Wikipedia), although this feast was suppressed from the General Roman Kalendar of the Pauline Rite and is relegated to the particular calendars.
Mon Aupetit chose yesterday to suppress the Traditional Mass in Paris, except at five parishes (and of course there are the religious institutes outside his jurisdiction e.g. the FSSP, IBP et al), one of which, D.g., is Saint-Eugène. The fact is that five diocesan parishes is not a terrible number in terms of a major US diocese but that is small consolation to the Parisians who had enjoyed access to the Traditional Mass now eliminated. He ordered that priests must have written permission, that they be open to the celebration of both the Traditional and the Pauline Rites, and that the vernacular lessons be of the standard official French translation of 2013-- I have to admit I've no idea which French version is used at Saint-Eugène since I pay very little attention to it.
It is also the feast of Saint Peter (16th century), of Saint Valentinianus (6th century), and of Saint Wulfhilda (11th century).V. Et álibi aliórum plurimórum sanctórum Mártyrum et Confessórum, atque sanctárum Vírginum. R. Deo grátias.
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