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From the blog La Nueva Primavera:
It is an unfortunate fact that we live in an age when the priesthood is under assault like never before. Nowhere is that assault more visible … Continue reading
I have been harping on the need for a revival of the Sacrament of Penance. This means that priests have to hear confessions and preach about confession. As a matter of fact, if Pope Benedict has a “Marshall Plan” for … Continue reading
From a reader:
Would it be appropriate to write a bishop asking if diocesan priests
under his leadership be encouraged to hear confessions more regularly? Most parishes seem to only have confessions on Saturday afternoons. I know our priests are busy, but I read … Continue reading
Some time ago I mentioned in these electronic pages that in England some good, loyal, faithful, holy priests were forming a Confraternity of Catholic Clergy.
Here is an update received from one of their organizers.
British Confraternity of Priests Meets … Continue reading
My friend Fr. John Trigilio, who head the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy, has a not on his blog The Black Biretta about priests and happiness.
Here are a few paragraphs from his longer post, which I encourage you to take a … Continue reading
From a reader:
I’ve noticed that there seems to be a trend where priests don’t cross their stole anymore. If some do, they are ridiculed. Why has this happened?
Where to begin.
Really? Ridiculed? I have never heard or seen that happen. If … Continue reading
In another entry the question was raised about how many wymyn’s ordination groups it takes to change a light bulb. The flip side could be this.
How many religious and diocesan priests does it take to change a fuse?
All the … Continue reading
From a reader:
Here’s a great idea that I found in the bulletetin at ____.
If you are interested in Spiritually Adopting a priest or renewing
your current Spiritual Adoption for another year, you can sign up
after any of the Sunday Masses outside … Continue reading
About the Guide for Confessors… I asked priests for some comments.
Here is one I thought was very good.
Here’s my thoughts: an “awesome” (as the kids say) echo and complement to Misericordia Dei. My favorite lines tend to occur in the … Continue reading
The great P.P. of Brighton, Fr. Ray Blake, has an observation on his blog. This probably will not surprise you too much.
I am delighted to offer hospitality to any priest. The strange thing is older priests visiting Brighton tend … Continue reading