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Institute of Christ the King - Sovereign Priest The wonderful order that runs my parish in St. Louis. They are dedicated to serving the Holy Catholic Church and honouring God, particularly through the Traditional Latin Mass. They have 13 apostolates in the U.S. and many more throughout Europe. Click to learn more about and see if there is an apostolate near you!
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Monthly Archives: January 2014
Happy Feast of St. Francis de Sales! With St. Francis de Sales being one of the co-patrons of the Institute and patron of the St. Louis apostolate – St. Francis de Sales Oratory, I tend to hear about this meek … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Stig's Fat Cousin:
More people converse through the black magic of technology these days than ever before. The ease and instant gratification of online chitchat has resulted in the deterioration in most people of what…
“This is our first task – caring for our children. If we don’t get that right, we don’t get anything right… Can we honestly say that we are doing enough to keep our children, all of them, safe from … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Catholic Gentleman:
Marriage is wonderful, but it brings with it a lot of responsibilities and duties. Scripture and the teaching of the Church are quite clear— the husband is the head of the home, and he…
http://www.sconews.co.uk/latest-edition/33591/new-bishop-for-dunkeld/ http://www.sconews.co.uk/feature/34044/a-new-dawn-for-dunkeld/ Dundee finally has a Bishop! Te Deum! Bishop Robson was installed just on Thursday, but I was able to attend his first Mass in the Cathedral last Sunday. It was quite nice!
Remember when I was so excited to have a glimpse of winter with “sub-zero” temperatures over in Scotland? Well dearest UK readers – if you think 0 degrees Celsius is bad, check out 0 degrees Fahrenheit (that’s about -18 degrees C … Continue reading