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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Novena For The Pope - Spread The Word

THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: My fellow crusaders, war has been declared. The battle is before us. The time has now come to get on your knees and fight like men...
(ICKSP) - The Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, a Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical Right which celebrates the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite as an integral part of its charism, is preparing to offer a spiritual bouquet to the Holy Father, that God may continue to grant him an abundance of spiritual wisdom and strength to guide the Barque of Peter through the difficult waters of our times. To participate in this spiritual bouquet, go here to indicate the number and types of prayers that you will offer up for the sake of the His Holiness.
Prayers and sacrifices are especially encouraged during a special Novena beginning on Saturday, April 24, the fifth anniversary of the inauguration of Pope Benedict XVI, through May 2, which is the first Sunday of the month of Mary, Mother of the Church.
I encourage all readers of The Anglo-Catholic to participate in this beautiful act of filial support and gratitude for the courageous ministry of our Holy Father.



4 comments:

Carlos Echevarria said...
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Carlos Echevarria said...

http://michellemalkin.com/2010/04/09/the-pfleger-ization-of-the-catholic-church/

"As if the massive global sex-abuse scandal that cost at least $3 billion in litigation and inflicted immeasurable pain and grief on Catholic molestation victims hasn’t done enough damage to its credibility, the Pfleger-ization of the Catholic Church goes on unabated. And the likes of Cardinal George are doing nothing to stop it.

This is not the Catholic Church I was raised in. It has left me. "

Just like in the tradition of Beck and SE Cupp, former nominal Catholics they just love to rail against what they don't even really know, understand, comprehend....

Peter said...

With all its infusion of modernism and other errors by individual priests and bishops, it IS the one holy catholic and apostolic church, and will remain so under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Pete Frey

scotju said...

Carlos, I think you were too hard on Malkin and Cupp. Yes, they left the church, but consider what happened to them. The church leadership offended them with their stupid Vatican II antics. Many Catholics felt the Church left them. Some stopped being Christian altogether, some turned Protestant, and many joined SSPX type groups. Instead of condemning these poor sols, we should pray for their return to the Church.