Monthly Archives: June 2014

David Moyer’s last homily as priest and bishop

Former Traditional Anglican Communion (TAC) Bishop David Moyer, one of the signatories of the TAC’s 2007 letter petitioning for unity and of the Catechism and Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church preached his last homily as a priest … Continue reading

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Msgr. Steenson’s homily in Toronto

I hear Sunday’s Patronal Festival Mass at St. Thomas More Ordinariate Catholic Church in Toronto was a splendid occasion, with 120 people attending.  Matthew Larkin composed music for the Mass and our Ordinary Msgr. Jeffrey Steenson presided. Here’s a link … Continue reading

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LifeSiteNews.com’s John-Henry Westen examines Pope’s record on life and family

This is a most-interesting piece by LifeSiteNews.com editor John-Henry Westen that takes a look at how and when Pope Francis has spoken about life and family issues.   Do you remember the initial shock of that Jesuit magazine interview with Pope Francis … Continue reading

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Great post on outrage addiction

This is an area in which I have been tempted and sometimes fallen. The outrage-addicted seem to believe that the power of outrage is greater than the power of God to move hearts and souls.  One clue is when more … Continue reading

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Pope Francis meets with members of the FFI

For those who have been following the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate, there’s an interesting article by Andrea Tornielli about a meeting friars had with Pope Francis on June 10. Here’s a link and a short excerpt: On the motu … Continue reading

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Eucharistic Procession in Calgary

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Eucharistic Procession in Ottawa joins Ordinariate and Diocesan parishes

Today in Ottawa, the Ordinariate’s Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary joined St. George’s, a Roman Catholic Parish about six blocks away, for a joint Eucharistic Procession to mark the Solemnity of Corpus Christi. What a great example of the … Continue reading

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This research is interesting

Hmmmm.  Maybe the plight of Christian marriages is not so bad after all.  ATLANTA — It’s long been believed that half of America’s marriages end in divorce and the problem is just as bad in the Church as the rest … Continue reading

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Ordinariate news

Father Anthony Chadwick wrote recently on his blog: My article of yesterday The Quest for Recognition and Respectability has had something of a write-up by John Beeler in Splinter churches’ quest for recognition and respectability. He took me up on my own observation that … Continue reading

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Corpus Christi procession in Montreal

This is wonderful news: Archbishop Christian Lepine led thousands of the faithful through the streets of Montreal last night in this year’s annual Corpus Christi eucharistic procession. The feast of the body and blood of Christ began with a Mass at Cathédrale Marie- … Continue reading

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