Registration is now open for the 2019 YAG!
Code of Conduct
This is a Catholic event with a capital “C.” We expect all participants to mind their manners, language, and behavior and to set a good example for others.
Women: Dresses or skirts are required at all times. Skirts must be long enough to generously COVER, not merely skim or come halfway over, the knees BOTH while standing AND while sitting down. No slits. Longer is better, ladies! If a skirt needs leggings underneath to make it decent, it’s WAY too short. Quickest way to check length is to kneel down – if it touches the floor all the way around, that’s the bare minimum. Better if it pools a few inches.
Skin-tight, clingy, or see-through clothing is prohibited. Tops must have AT LEAST 1/4 length sleeves and must not be low-cut in the front or in the back. No cleavage, or even the suggestion of it, should be visible at any time. Sandals are permitted, but nothing that looks like sloppy flip-flops in the church. A head covering (hat or veil) must be worn at Mass.
Men: Polo or button-front shirts and slacks or nice jeans are preferred. No tight shirts or pants. No white undershirts worn as T-shirts. No shorts on church premises. No flip-flops or sandals in the church. No earrings at any time. A suit and tie are required for Sunday Mass.
Release of Liability
By registering through the form below, you release St. Gertrude the Great Catholic Church and all sponsors and organizers of this event from any and all liability in case of injury or illness while attending this event.
To avoid a repetition of past problems between potential spouses, Fr. Anthony Cekada has laid down the following requirements for participation:
By registering for this activity, you affirm that:
- You are a sedevacantist.
- You will not participate in Masses that are offered “in union with” Francis or where his name is inserted into the Canon of the Mass.
- You reject in principle and practice the SSPV policy of (a) refusing communion with the clergy of St. Gertrude the Great Church and its affiliates and of (b) denying sacraments to laymen who receive sacraments from said clergy.
- You believe that Baptism of Desire and Baptism of Blood are possible means of salvation for persons who die without Baptism of Water, provided they meet the other criteria set by the Church.
(In case you are not familiar with these issues, we refer you to Fr. Cekada’s video Sedevacantism: How to Tell Aunt Helen, his short article Should I Assist at a Mass that Names “Pope Francis” in the Canon, his article and video on SSPV communion rules at the link Abp. Thuc: A Conversation with Fr. Cekada, and his article Baptism of Desire and Theological Principles.)
Registration Fee: $50 USD cash/check.
$52 USD if using PayPal.
This covers all meals and activities during the YAG weekend.
After submitting the above Registration form, you may use the “Buy Now” button below to pay your registration fee, or mail a check to:
St. Gertrude the Great
4900 Rialto Road
West Chester, OH 45069