By John Grondelski | Jan. 1 is perhaps a most confusing holyday for some Catholics (or at least a runner-up to the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, which some contemporary Catholics also have a problem explaining). The…
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BISHOPS AND PRIESTS WHO SERVED IN THE DIOCESE OF CHARLOTTETOWN
*A necrology is a church register containing the names of those connected with the church who have died. This list was compiled by Fr. Art O’Shea, Archivist of the Diocese of Charlottetown.
In your kindness please remember in prayer those who have served our diocese as priests.
1 Theodore Gallant(1937)Urban Gillis (1968)Charles McDonnell (1840)Reginald Phelan (1997)3 Daniel MacDonald, V.G. (1886)4 Cletus Dollinger (2010)5 Nazaire Boudreault (1889)6 William Murphy, CSsR (1996)7 Joseph Rooney (1942)Cecil Moreau, CSsR (1997)9 Nazaire Poirier (1973)10 Deacon Cyrus Gallant (2013)Gavan Monaghan (1959)Wendell MacIntyre (2006)13 Charles McCormick, CSsR (1959)14 John B.
Mary Mother of God | Luke 2:16-21A priest was about to baptize a baby. Turning to the parents, he says asked them, “what name have you given your child?” The parents proudly responded: Michael Jonathan Alexander Patrick Smith III. Hearing this, the priest turned to his altar server and said, “please bring a larger container – with a name like that, we’re going to need some more water!” Usually, the name that a child is given is very significant. This is certainly the case in the Bible.The name “Jesus” that Mary’s son is given is highly significant since it tells
https://soundcloud.com/franciscan-friars/a-prophecy-for-2019Hear a prophetic call for the Church in 2019 based on the Google Year in Search 2018 video. Goodness is worth searching for! We hear the Word of God our Father through the voice of the Church our Mother. Podcast by Fr. Luke Mary Fletcher, CFR. Listen to learn more! SUBSCRIBE TO THE FROM THE FRIARS PODCAST:Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/2HttvJVaq3QtHMdUTq6aMTiTunes (Apple devices)https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/from-the-friars/id1100357971iHeart Radiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/from-the-friars-catholic-christian-spirituality-28612606/Google Play (Android)https://play.google.com/music/m/I7u2fjhkolw2aa235eto5siywza?t=From_the_Friars_Catholic_Christian_SpiritualityStitcherhttp://www.stitcher.com/podcast/from-the-friarsPlayer FMhttps://player.fm/series/from-the-friars-catholic-christian-spirituality
In Andrews, NC, far western WNC, we have a possum drop. He’s not actually thrown off a cliff or anything, just lowered on a comfortable platform with a fruit buffet and, as the paper reported, a variety of sleeping options. … Continue reading →
The Vatican blocked U.S. bishops from taking measures to address the clergy sex abuse scandal because U.S. church leaders didn’t discuss the legally problematic proposals with the Holy See enough beforehand, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press. The Nov. 11 letter from the Vatican’s Cardinal Marc Ouellet provides the primary reason that Rome balked at the measures that were to be voted on by the U…