Today (June 30), is the birthday of his Eminence, Raymond Cardinal Burke. Please keep him always in your prayers. Ad multos annos!!
Sermon for the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul on June 29, 2014, given by Canon Olivier Meney, Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, at St. Margaret Mary’s Church in Oakland, California, USA.
Diocese of Sacramento – Ordination of Deacons (Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite) on June 28, 2014. Celebrated by the Most Rev. Jaime Soto, Bishop of Sacramento at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, Sacramento, CA, USA. The 19 men who were welcomed into the permanent diaconate were: Brad Bell, John Bockman, David Cabrera, Sergio Diaz, John Fio, Paul Friedrich, Lawrence Hiner, Mark Hronicek, Sang Dominic Kim, David Leatherby, Timothy Louie, Juan Moreno, James Ogbonna, Dennis Purificacion, Mark Ruiz, Paul Sajben, Michael Turner, Robert Vandergraaf and Charles Warner.
Video recording courtesy of Sancta Trinitas Unus Deus – The Traditional Latin Mass Society of San Francisco (http://www.sanctatrinitasunusdeus.com)
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Let Them Sing!
Voice training. Soccer and volleyball. Games in Latin. Talent show and fairytale skits. Mix in a healthy dose of Faith and friendship – these are the ingredients of a fantastic Sacred Music Summer Camp. Help us raise $7,000 so more children can attend Camp this year!
For the past four summers, dozens of children age 10-17 have spent an intensive week in the beautiful Kentucky Hills, immersed in music, performance, and good old-fashioned summer fun. This year, the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest offers the 5th annual Sacred Music Summer Camp, August 18-23.
We want this summer music camp to be accessible to as many young people as possible, and we need your help to make this first-rate learning experience affordable for families who are blessed with many talented children.
Our goal of $7,000 for this year’s camp will help us offer the best camp experience at an affordable cost, keep the tuition low, and help provide need scholarships for those who can least afford to send their children.
It’s a great camp!
When they come to camp, they will study music theory, vocal techniques, Latin, and liturgy under excellent and dedicated instructors. An Institute priest will be present for daily Mass and confession. In addition to music, the camp is about team work, friendships, spirit of service, and confidence to perform.
We know from experience that music training during the formative years of youth is a precious, priceless gift that will last a lifetime. Your generosity will be deeply appreciated, and will be amply rewarded when you hear these heavenly voices serve the Church’s liturgy in years to come.
We welcome any contribution you can make; no amount is too large or too small. Help us spread the word, and share this link with family and friends so that they too can participate in the music education of the future generation. The Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. To make a donation, click here.
With the kind permission obtained from Fr. Paul Nicholson, we are pleased to inform everyone that the video recordings of the parish mission talks he gave last week is now available online for viewing on our Traditional Latin Mass Society of San Francisco YouTube channel. Regrettably, we ran out out of his business card during the Mission, but you may just visit his website (http://www.fatherpaulnicholson.com/) to learn more about Fr. Nicholson and his apostolate. To watch his daily sermons, visit his homilies here. Please remember to keep him in prayers. Finally, there’s also an option for you to make donations to his ministry here.
Day 1 video of the Parish Mission. To view more videos, click here.
Tucson, June 29, 2014
I would like to wish you a very blessed Feast of SS. Peter and Paul, the Princes of the Apostles. Our Lady of Fatima reminds us how important it is to pray for the Holy Father. The Institute of Christ the King, with its Roman Spirit, is naturally most intimately dedicated to the rich Tradition of Holy Mother Church. The Princes of the Apostles, St. Peter and St. Paul, are witnesses to Christ Who is the Cornerstone of the Church, Who is the Head of His Mystical Body, and Who reigns victoriously, even if at times some dark clouds may hang over the Church.
The Popes are the uninterrupted successors of St. Peter. Each Pope considers himself the “Servant of the Servants of God” and he knows that the Church does not belong to him, but to Christ, and that he is a steward only and must give an account one day to the Master. True humility, faithfulness, courage, perseverance, the uncompromising love for the Truth of our Holy Catholic Faith, together with profound charity and true wisdom, have characterized the saintly Popes of history. The Catholic Church is there where the Pope is, and so we have to be always gathered in mind and heart prayerfully around the Holy Father, and offer sacrifices to the Most Holy Trinity so that he may discharge his Holy Office for the greater glory of God Almighty and for the salvation of souls.
The Holy Sacrifice of Mass will be offered at High Mass today for Our Holy Father Pope Francis. I ask you for your prayers for the four priests, ten deacons and nine sub-deacons who will be ordained for the Institute of Christ the King this week in Florence, Italy. Visit our website at www.institute-christ-king.org and http://www.icrsp.org!
With the assurance of my prayers, Canon Richard von Menshengen
Homily given by our Archbishop
His Grace, The Most Reverend Salvatore Cordileone
Feast of St. Josemaria Escriva
June 26, 2014
St Mary’s Cathedral,
San Francisco, CA
You are cordially invited to a workshop on…
June 28, 2014 (Saturday)
Mater Dolorosa Parish Hall
307 Willow Avenue, South San Francisco
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Rev. Fr. Vito Perrone, COSJ
Rev. Fr. Joseph Homick, COSJ
Mr. Ricky Wong
Preparation for Mass: 11:30
Books will be available for sale
Cash or check payable to Star of the Sea
For more details, please contact Ando Perlas
N.B. Star of the Sea will have a TLM Workshop in October. More details will be posted soon!