Tag Archives: St. Peter

WDTPRS 22 Feb – Feast of the Cathedra of Peter (2002MR): Antioch or Rome or… somewhere else?

Congratulations to all those who belong to the Ordinariate of the Chair of Peter a fine feast day. Today is an opportunity to reflect of the will of the Savior about a necessary element for His Church: the Petrine Ministry. … Read More

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A new development about the Bones of St. Peter!

This sounds like something out of a novel I’ve on and off worked on for years. Via Telegraph: Bones attributed to St Peter found by chance in 1,000-year-old church in Rome ones attributed to St. Peter have been found by … Read More

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“Let those who are bound fear, those who are loosed fear.”

Tomorrow is a great day for the Roman Church and the Catholic Church throughout the world.  Because tomorrow is an important feast, Holy Church has designated a vigil.  And vigils were always times of restraint and penance in preparation for … Read More

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