Michaelmas at St. Rita's in Alexandria, VA
Taken during the beginning of the Canon of the Mass
On 29 September 2007, Fr. Paul Scalia, the son of Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, offered a Missa Cantata of the "extraordinary use" of the Mass at St. Rita's Catholic Church in Alexandria, Virginia for Michaelmas (the Feast of Michael the Archangel on the traditional calendar). As far as I know, this is the first public "extraordinary use" Mass at St. Rita's since the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum went into effect on 14 September.
[Update, 9/30/2007: I forgot to mention earlier that Fr. Scalia gave an excellent homily on Holy Michael the Archangel, and how he, along with Our Lady, with be our patron in the battle against relativism and Islam.]
Elevation of the Body of Christ after the Consecration of the Host.
Elevation of Precious Blood of Christ after the Consecration of the Wine.
Fr. Scalia during the procession at the conclusion of Mass.
Our Lady and the Christ Child.
St. Rita of Cascia.
Video Taken During the Mass: