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St Louis de Montfort – Feast Day 28th April 1716

From “Venite Prandete” St Louis de Montfort was ordained in Paris in 1700, then served God as a rural preacher in Nantes and then Poitiers, where he organised a hospital for the poor and founded the Daughters of Wisdom, a … Continue reading

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A “Francis bishop” in Germany says Church is becoming irrelevant

From La Croix International: Catholics in Germany formally left the Church in record numbers last year. The exact figure was 272,771 – a statistic recently confirmed by the national episcopal conference. And Bishop Heiner Wilmer, a religious order priest that Pope … Continue reading

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Bishop who wrote Amazon working doc wants overhauled priesthood, ordained women

From LifeSiteNews: Bishop Erwin Kräutler, primary author of the June 17, 2019 instrumentum laboris (working document) for the upcoming October 2019 Amazon Synod, is a strong supporter of the ordination of married men and women to the priesthood. As The … Continue reading

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We are all called

Every vocation is for God’s glory, and everyone — clergy, religious, laity — is invited to share in it By Carl E. Olson I once wrote an article about the role of the laity in which I stated, “The vocation … Continue reading

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