|Old-world church that looks like it was transplanted from an Italian village to a side-street in South Phila|
Don't forget to join us for the Extraordinary Form of the Mass at an extraordinarily beautiful church this coming Sunday, May 29th at 12 Noon. The celebrant will be Father Dennis Carbonaro of Our Lady of Consolation Parish in the Tacony section of Philadelphia. St. Mary Magdalene de Pazzi is the other church in the parish of St. Paul in South Philadelphia. Now used as a worship site, this church was the first Italian national parish in the country. The church is located at 7th and Montrose Streets in the heart of the Italian Market.
Parking is available on the street, but those who are able to walk a few blocks may wish to park in the school yard across from St. Paul's on Christian Street between 9th and 10th.
May 29th is the titular feast of this great Carmelite saint, whose motto "Pati, non mori" is inscribed on a fresco high above the main altar.
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