In 2019, the international pilgrimage of the people of Summorum Pontificum to Rome will be led by Mgr Dominique Rey, Bishop of Fréjus-Toulon.
Friday 25 October
> 3.45pm – Way of the Cross, Church of St Louis of the French, Institute of the Good Shepherd
> 5.15pm – Opening Mass of the pilgrimage at the Basilica of Saint Maria ad Martyres (Pantheon), celebrated by the Norbertines of Godollo and sung by the St. Michael’s Church Schola from Budapest (Juventutem)
Saturday 26 October
> 9.30am – Eucharistic Adoration (confessions) at the Basilica of San Lorenzo in Damaso (CNSP)
> 10.30am – Solemn procession to Saint Peter’s Basilica, led by Mgr Rey
> 12.00 noon – Pontifical High Mass in Saint Peter’s Basilica (at the Altar of the Chair of Peter), celebrated by Mgr Rey, choir directed by maestro Aurelio Porfiri (CISP)
Sunday 27 October
> 9.30am – Mass for the Feast of Christ the King at the Church of Santi Nomi di Gesù e Maria (ICKSP) for pilgrims wishing to participate in the Angelus of the Holy Father
> 11.00am – Pontifical Mass celebrated by Mgr Rey, at the Church of Santissima Trinità dei Pellegrini (FSSP)
Complementary activities offered by our members> Friday 25, 8pm: Presentation by the FIUV of the book “The Case for Liturgical Restoration”
The Eighth International “Populus Summorum Pontificum” Pilgrimage led by Mgr Dominique Rey, Bishop of Fréjus-Toulon, will commence Friday, 25 October 2019, at 3:45 pm with the Way of the Cross in the Church of Saint-Louis-des-Français.
The Institute of the Good Shepherd will preside over this pious devotion.
The Coetus Internationalis Summorum Pontificum thanks Monseigneur François Bousquet, rector of Saint-Louis-des-Français, for his kind welcome.
Feast of Christ the King 2018 – On the evening of the seventh international pilgrimage of the people of Summorum Pontificum to Rome, the Coetus Internationalis Summorum Pontificum is pleased to announce the dates of the 2019 and the name of the bishop who, after Mgr Czeslaw Kozon, Bishop of Copenhagen, will lead our pilgrimage next year. Mgr Dominique Rey, Bishop of Fréjus-Toulon, will lead the pilgrims to the tomb of the Apostle from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 October 2019.
The pilgrimage will open next year on Friday 25 afternoon with the Via Crucis, a devotion much appreciated by the pilgrims.
In order to accompany the development of the pilgrimage and to reflect the importance of youth in the rise of the motu proprio Summorum Pontificum, Coetus Internationalis Summorum Pontificum is pleased to announce that Bertalan Kiss, President of Juventutem International, has agreed to take part in the organisation of the pilgrimage as Deputy Secretary General.
The Secretariat of Coetus Internationalis is thus now composed of:
Here is the homily given by Father Charles Ike, FSSP, for the opening Mass of the seventh Populus Summorum Pontificum international pilgrimage in Rome. The Mass was celebrated in thanksgiving for the 30th anniversary of the foundation of the Fraternitas Sacerdotalis Sancti Petri, at the Trinità dei Pellegrini personal parish on Friday, October 26, 2018.
The Most Reverend Czeslaw Kozon, Bishop of Copenhagen, in Rome with the people of Summorum Pontificum
Following the success of the tenth anniversary celebrations of Benedict XVI’s motu proprio, the Coetus Internationalis Summorum Pontificum (CISP) is pleased to announce to all pilgrims that, in 2018, The Most Reverend Czeslaw Kozon, Bishop of Copenhagen, will be our guide ad Petri Sedem.
In 2018, the seventh international pilgrimage of the people of Summorum Pontificum to Rome will return to its usual date, the weekend of Christ the King in the extraordinary form of the Roman rite, from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 October.
Taking advantage of the participation of Bishop Kozon, CISP appeals to all the priests and faithful of northern Europe to come and join him on this pilgrimage. To this end, German will be an official language of this pilgrimage, in addition to English, Italian and French.
We thank His Excellency for his agreement to participate and we assure him of our fervent prayers for his apostolate in Denmark.