Card. Castrillon Hoyos to ordain FSSP deacons in Nebraska

His Eminence Dario Cardinal Castrillon Hoyos, President of the Ecclesia Dei Commission, will confer the Priestly ordinations of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter the 30th of May in the year of Our Lord 2008 in Lincoln, Nebraska at the Cathedral of the Risen Christ.  The ordinations will commence Friday morning on the Feast of the Sacred Heart at 10:00.  If you have any questions or need directions, please contact Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary (402) 797-7700.


Please keep the ordinandi in your prayers as they ascend to the altar of Our Lord.

Rev. Mr. Jared  McCambridge, FSSP

Rev. Mr. Dennis Gordon, FSSP

Rev. Mr.  Justin Nolan, FSSP

Rev. Mr. Jonathan Romanoski, FSSP

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  1. Henry Edwards says:

    According to posts elsewhere, the slate of FSSP ordinations this spring:

    Ordinations to the Priesthood for Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in Denton, Nebraska, will take place on May 30th, by Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos, President of the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei, at the Cathedral of the Risen Christ in Lincoln, Nebraska.

    Ordinations to the Deaconate at St. Peter’s Seminary in Wigratzbad, Germany, will take place on May 31st, by Archbishop Malcolm Ranjith, Secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments.

    Ordinations to the Priesthood at Wigratzbad on June 28th will be done by Cardinal Franc Rodé, Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life.

  2. Mark M says:

    Wonderful news!

    Hope no-one thinks I’m crowing, but this and the ones Henry notes seem to indicate the curia’s strong support for the TLM.

  3. LCB says:

    It’s a shame my schedule doesn’t allow me to attend. Watching an ordination according to the 62 missal would be a treat!

  4. Liz F. says:

    These four gentlemen will make very good and holy priets! We will very blessed to have them ordained!

  5. Vox says:

    This is great news…maybe the FSSP can soon begin their apostolate in Toronto!!!

  6. Abe Tolemahcs says:

    It’s worth noting that the Rev. Mr.Dennis Gordon is the 3rd Gordon brother
    to be ordained in the FSSP. The other 2 are the Rev. James and
    Rev. Terrence Gordon.
    Thank you God for these 3 fine men and priests.

  7. RBrown says:

    JMcCambridge is a grad of the Naval Academy and used to fly supply helicopters.

    DGordon is a grad of the Coast Guard Academy. Of his two previous ordained bros, one is a grad of the Coast Guard Academy, the other of the Naval Academy, commissioned in the Marine Corps.

    JRomanoski is a grad of Steubenville.

  8. Katherine says:

    The latest FSSP newsletter had an article about the 5 sets of brothers currently studying at their seminary. Isn’t that simply amazing?
    FSSP does a fine job of training priests, one reason is that they send a calender asking folks to pray for specific FSSP priests and the Pope each day. Prayer and encouraging young men to welcome a call to the priesthood are the reasons vocations are high among TLM communities. I wish I could be in Denton, but God willing, I will be there to watch one of my own boys be ordained into the priesthood.

  9. Wally says:

    Are you going to the one in Nebraska, Father?

  10. JML says:

    IIRC Rev. Mr. Nolan was the deacon at the first EWTN Extraordinary Form Solemn Mass and then the MC in the 2nd.

    Ad Multos Annos, Fathers.

  11. Wally: I think that would be great! Perhaps I’ll try.

  12. anon says:

    This will be televised.

  13. Tom Ryan says:

    Romanoski is a good guy with a great appetite. I know, I picked up his tab a couple months ago.

  14. Soli Deo Gloria says:

    May I share this prayer (unknown author) I found in my college days?
    “Keep them, I pray Thee, dearest Lord
    Keep them, for they are Thine –
    Thy priests whose lives burn out before Thy consecrated shrine.
    Keep them for they are in the world
    Though from the world apart,
    When earthly pleasures tempt, allure –
    Shelter them in Thy heart.
    Keep them, and comfort them in hours
    Of loneliness and pain
    When all their life of sacrifice
    For souls seems but in vain.
    Keep them, and O remember Lord
    They have no one but Thee
    Yet they have only human hearts
    With human frailty.
    Keep them as spotless as the Host
    That daily they caress –
    Their every thought and word and deed,
    Deign, dearest Lord, to bless.”

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