VIDEO: Happy Thanksgiving to all, and St. Clement, pray for us.

We pray for the Church, and we pray for Archbishop Rozanski, Bishop Rivituso, and Fr. Chris Martin. We submit to the authority of the Church. We want to work with the Archdiocesan leaders to help in the evangelization plan for our parishes. Below is an outline of what I say at the meetings. It is not controversial at all. Fr. Chris Martin said on the radio that there are parishes excited about merging, to which I say “great”! Name those parishes, and let’s do a pilot there first. We will help! We will track each parishioner from each parish that is merged and see the results. However, the Laity are telling us that while their “Listening Sessions” for All Things New have been allowed to be held in the Parish Hall or Church Cafeteria, they are not allowed to have their discussions afterwards in those very same church facilities. Fr. Chris Martin could help with these responses that are divisive by publishing a statement (see suggested below).

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VIDEO: Happy Feast of St. Nicholas who fought against heresies inside the Church!

Happy Feast Day of St. Nicholas, a bishop who fought against the heresies within the Church. We want to make sure everyone knows about the free event with Canon Lawyer Philip Gray on Saturday, December 1st at 1 pm at Royale Orleans. Come learn your canon law rights as well as get updated on progress made to date with the Procurator Mandate signings happening throughout the Archdiocese. REGISTER HERE>>> PhilipGray.Eventbrite.comMore

VIDEO: Why would you not lead a public rosary at “Mass of Unity” today on First Saturday?

I am praying for Archbishop Rozanski, Bishop Rivituso, and Fr. Chris Martin, as well as for All Things New and that the Holy Spirit will guide it. Only God makes all things new. Not “WE make all things new” as we heard a few times at Mass today. There was a good showing of blue shirts, but why would you not lead us in a Rosary on First Saturday, Archbishop Rozanski and Fr. Chris Martin? Overall, it was a pretty poor showing at the Basilica. We have collected over 1500 signed Procurator Mandates in 3 weeks. Probably 3 times as many as the people who attended the Mass of Unity. More

VIDEO: All Souls Day Edition

Please pray for all the souls in the Catholic cemeteries that surround our parishes where generations of your loved ones may be buried. You don’t need anyone’s permission to fight for your parish or the cemetery next to your parish. There is not a single example where closing 70-100 parishes increases evangelization or saves more souls!

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VIDEO: St. Joseph Foundation Canon Lawyer for Priests & Laity

The October 25th event with Canon Lawyer Philip Gray from St. Joseph Foundation is almost full. See link below to register. Philip Gray does everything he can to work cooperatively with the leadership of the Archdiocese. In other dioceses across the US, he has been able to get 90 parishes to come together under him to approach the Archbishop and come to better solutions. He works pro bono but accepts donations to the St. Joseph Foundation. NOTE: Please ask your priest to watch the video below where Philip Gray was a guest with Fr. Mitch Pacwa on EWTN. The priests can reach out confidentially to the St. Joseph Foundation to learn their Canon Law rights, too.

To Register for the October 25 Event:
https://CanonLawyerComingToSTL.eventbrite.com

To Contact Canon Lawyer Philip Gray directly:
https://stjosephcanonlaw.com

Watch St. Joseph’s Foundation Canon Lawyer Philip Gray on EWTN with Fr. Mitch Pacwa….he starts at 8 minute mark.

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VIDEO: Encouraging you to attend Mass of Unity with Archbishop Rozanskiat at Cathedral Basilica 10am on 1st Saturday, Dec. 3

I encourage you to attend the Mass of Unity with Archbishop Rozanski at 10 am on the First Saturday, December 3 at the Cathedral Basilica. Make sure to WEAR BLUE to honor Our Blessed Mother. I have asked many times for our Church leaders to publicly pray a Rosary with us about All Things New. Below is my email requesting this again. Also, I will repeat my “controversial” message: PRAY for the Archbishop, PRAY for All Things New, and PRAY that the Holy Spirit is the guide of All Things New. And no matter what, whether they close 1 parish or 101 parishes, do not abandon ship!More

VIDEO: All Praise and All Thanksgiving Be Every Moment Thine

“If you suffer with Him, you will reign with Him. If you cry with Him, you will have joy with Him. If you die with Him on the Cross of Tribulation, you will possess the eternal dwelling place and the splendor of the saints, and your name, written in the Book of Life, will be glorious among men.” – St. Clare of AssisiMore

VIDEO: Be a Joyful Catholic

Join us tomorrow Friday July 29th at 9:30 am for a Rosary at the Archbishop’s Residence, 4510 Lindell Boulevard, SW corner of Lindell and N. Taylor; park free catty-corner on surface lot at NE corner. We will dedicate one Hail Mary for each parish in the Archdiocese, as well as pray for Archbishop Rozanski and all Archdiocesan leaders.
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Recent blog posts…

VIDEO: Happy Thanksgiving to all, and St. Clement, pray for us.

We pray for the Church, and we pray for Archbishop Rozanski, Bishop Rivituso, and Fr. Chris Martin. We submit to the authority of the Church. We want to work with the Archdiocesan leaders to help in the evangelization plan for our parishes. Below is an outline of what I say at the meetings. It is not controversial at all. Fr. Chris Martin said on the radio that there are parishes excited about merging, to which I say “great”! Name those parishes, and let’s do a pilot there first. We will help! We will track each parishioner from each parish that is merged and see the results. However, the Laity are telling us that while their “Listening Sessions” for All Things New have been allowed to be held in the Parish Hall or Church Cafeteria, they are not allowed to have their discussions afterwards in those very same church facilities. Fr. Chris Martin could help with these responses that are divisive by publishing a statement.More

VIDEO: Do our Archdiocesan leaders really want dialogue and discussion about All Things New? Knights of Columbus cancel our informational meeting scheduled for tonight

Fr. Chris Martin, it’s time you put your name on some things and step out of the shadows. Yesterday, you said on the radio that the Archdiocese wants feedback and discussion about All Things New. You’ve emailed me and admitted there is no problem with people learning their canonical rights. Yet the Knights of Columbus just canceled our meeting for this evening because of pressure from the Church leadership. You are doing everything you possibly can to shut down our meetings which are truly informational sessions for the laity to learn their canon law rights. Fr. Chris Martin, did you even attend (1) listening session? Archbishop Rozanski, did you even attend (1) listening session? Catholic Leadership Institute (CLI), did any of you attend even (1) listening session? Correct me if I am wrong, but think NOT. Fr. No one can deny parishioners under Canon 212 from exercising their canon law rights to be heard, to hear questions and answers. Abuse in the Catholic Church has two things in common in every case: 1) Somebody always knew. 2) They covered it up, hid it, and stomped on anyone who spoke up and tried to have a dialogue. More

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