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A weekend on Marian devotion

On Saturday, Oct. 13, we had a votive Mass for the Immaculate Conception, followed by breakfast in the parish hall, and a talk by Dennis and Angelina Girard about devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary.  Behind them is a replica … Continue reading

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TWIECH ARTICLE NO. 7 

According to St. Bede (AD 672-735), St. Cuthbert disappeared rather mysteriously from his monastery at Lindisfarne each night after the brothers had said the evening office, only returning the following morning… Continue reading

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Keep Calm and Catholic On

I have been Catholic for 8 years now. This is my third year as a member of the Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter. Never have I been so dismayed as a Catholic by what I hear in the … Continue reading

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First impressions of the Anglican Use

This author describes her experience visiting an ordinariate parish, the first time she had attended our liturgy. Her experience echoes that of many others who have had a chance to pray in the Anglican tradition of the Catholic Church, but … Continue reading

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TWIECH ARTICLE NO. 6 

According to St. Bede (AD 672-735), St. Cuthbert disappeared rather mysteriously from his monastery at Lindisfarne each night after the brothers had said the evening office, only returning the following morning… Continue reading

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Annual Conference of the Three Ordinaries Oct. 13-17 in England

This came across the proverbial transom: Bishop Lopes (Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St Peter in the USA and Canada) and Monsignor Harry Entwhistle (Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross, … Continue reading

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Pope Francis opening address to the synod on “youth, the faith and vocational discernment”

Here is Pope Francis’ opening address to the synod that began today in Rome on youth, the faith and vocational discernment so you can read it in its entirety and not just the parts that will get picked up by … Continue reading

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