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Saint Gianna Oratory celebrates Mass daily in the Extraordinary form of the Roman Rite – that is, the Traditional Latin (or Tridentine) Mass. Canon Jonathon Fehrenbacher is Pastor of the Oratory.

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Clergy & Staff

Reverend Canon Jonathon Fehrenbacher, Rector

Teri Gauger, Oratory Secratary (520) 883-4360

Matthew Lancaster, Music Director 


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May 18-20, the three days before we celebrate the Ascen- sion of the Lord, please join from home in the Minor Lit- any of the Saints and prayers (found on pg. 5-6 of the on -line bulletin at or copies are available at the back of the church for you to take with you.)

The Novena in Honor of the Holy Ghost is the oldest of all novenas since it was first made at the direction of Our Lord Himself when He sent His Apostles back to Jerusa- lem to await the coming of the Holy Ghost on the first Pentecost. Addressed to the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity, it is a powerful plea for the light and strength and love so sorely needed by every Christian.

The day following the commemoration of Our Divine Lord’s Ascension into heaven, May 22, we begin the Novena and the hymn “Veni Creator Spiritus” (found on pages 8-11 of the online bulletin at or printed copies are available at the back of the church for you to take with you.)

To encourage devotion to the Holy Spirit, the Church has enriched this novena with the following indulgences:

“The faithful who devoutly assist at the public novena in honor of the Holy Spirit immediately preceding the Solemn Feast of Pentecost may gain a partial indulgence for themselves or as an offering for the intentions of the faithful departed.

Those who make a private novena in honor of the Holy Spirit, either before the Solemn Feast of Pentecost or at any other time in the year, may also gain a partial indul- gence for themselves or as an offering for the intentions of the faithful departed.”

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