Tag Archives: Catholic Priesthood

Survey Finds Catholic Priests Are Becoming More Orthodox

  By Ellie Gardey at The American Spectator: American Catholic priests ordained after 2010 are more likely to be theologically conservative and to affirm Church teaching on controversial moral issues than priests ordained in prior decades, a survey published this … Continue reading

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Wherein a priest alumnus of the North American College responds. Wherein Fr. Z rants.

From Fr Z’s Blog: This is NOT a representation or subtle comment on the writer. Keep reading and you’ll get why there is a picture of a Horned Lizard here. From an alumnus of the North American College (US seminary … Continue reading

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A Message to Every Good Priest

From Padre Peregrino: Priests, now in 2021 is not the time for excuses, self-serving insularism or finagling excessive plans for the safety for one’s own priestly congregation or personal apostolate. Look, I like being in good standing too, but I … Continue reading

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Gratitude to God

Detroit, Mich., Jul 30, 2021 / 15:19 pm (CNA). Blessed Solanus Casey’s childhood was not easy. He contracted diphtheria that permanently damaged his voice. Casey’s family also struggled economically since he was one of sixteen children. Despite these struggles, Casey’s … Continue reading

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Saint John Vianney, pray for us!

This is a CP&S reblog with an added prayer for the feast of St John Vianney, patron saint of priests: To recover the sacred in our Liturgy, Pope Benedict XVI, in his Letter Proclaiming a Year for Priests of June … Continue reading

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