He celebrated Mass in the presence of various political and religious leaders from around the world.
After a month he was able to join the students for an hour in the day, and even to celebrate Mass.
And then something happened (it is said while he was celebrating Mass) the nature of which will never be known among mortal men.
The injuries were severe enough that he could not celebrate Mass.
The entourage was also allowed to celebrate Christian mass daily.
Last's notebooks from the 1850s and 1860s indicate that he celebrated Mass there once each week.
In other words: Both churches celebrate mass differently, but they agree completely on all ideas.
But he cannot enter the white stucco church in the central square here to celebrate Mass.
It helps us a little bit because we've been not celebrating Masses all this time.
D'you know what was the fate of anyone who celebrated Mass just then?