St. John's Oratory is the only location in the Bay Area that has preserved the fully-Traditional Latin (Roman) rites before they were changed into a new rite beginning in the 1950s. The Oratory has offered the Traditional Latin Mass and Divine Office every Sunday and Holyday since 1992. St. John's Oratory is also known as a center for promoting the traditional Latin Gregorian chant of the traditional Roman rite. Gregorian chant is sung by the St. John Gregorian Schola of San Francisco. From the Embarcadero turn in at Pier 43-1/2 and continue to the right past the Fisherman's Grotto. The chapel is located about one block down Pier 45-B from the heart of Fisherman's Wharf, one block northeast of the corner of Jefferson & Taylor Streets, next to the bell-tower. There is free parking adjacent to the oratory and wheelchair access. 9:30 AM: Hour of Terce of the Divine Office of the Sunday in Traditional Latin Gregorian Chant with Organ Angelus/Regina Coeli with Carillon and Organ 10:00 AM: Traditional Latin Mass for the Sunday www.traditio.com/stjohn.htm firstname.lastname@example.org, (800) 528-4625 I have found this the best way to begin my week. I don't miss it!
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