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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

18 June 2008 - A good day!

"18th June, 2008 -
A good day!"

I received a kind message from Jean-Paul,
a Catholic in France,
regarding our canonical status.

He alerted me to this post:
and the response made to it by
Professor Luc Perrin of the Strasbourg University.

I made the following reply to Jean-Paul:

Dear Jean-Paul

Thank you for your kind email and your hope that our community will flower in the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Thank you too for your concern and fraternal charity. Please thank Professor PERRIN on our behalf for his insights and expertise on these matters.

On Friday, 18 June, we will celebrate the second anniversary of our coming into undisputed Communion with the Holy See through his Eminence Cardinal Castrillón Hoyos. Professor PERRIN says that it is a long time to have waited without a canonical structure; a record. ("Bref deux ans sans statut, c'est à ma connaissance unique dans l'histoire des sociétés traditionnelles.")

Still, to all our friends we say that since we continue to rejoice in our decision of two years ago and have not the slightest regret for making such a good choice, and since 'patience hath a perfect work', I invite you to be glad with us this Friday, 'being confident of this very thing, that He who hath begun a good work in' us 'will perfect it unto the day of Christ Jesus'.(Phil. 1:6)
To Whom alone be Glory, Praise and Thanksgiving for ever.

Fr. Michael Mary

P.S. I will post this also on our blog.


St. Jude Pray For Me said...

"Patience is bitter,
but its fruit is sweet"

Cheryl said...

God bless you to have the strength and courage to come back into full commuinon! Your website is beautiful! You will be in y thoughts and prayers! Is it ok to put a link on my blog to yours?

Cheryl Kirkpatrick

Transalpine Redemptorists said...

To B
Thank you for your comment.

Anonymous said...

Dear Fathers and brothers of the Transalpine Redemptorists,
what a joy to hear that you and the FSSPX will be canonically established at the same time.
The Pope of Christian Unity is truly a great Pontiff!
God bless
Cruise the Groove

Anonymous said...

"Let nothing disturb thee; nothing affright thee. All things are passing. God never changes. Patient endurance attaineth all things. In whom God possesses, nothing is wanting. Alone, God suffices." (St. Teresa of Avila)

The Transalpine Redemptorists have the living experience of St. Teresa's beautiful bookmark. Your Order is a beautiful example of fidelity and patience. May our Good God reward you with a bountiful harvest. God bless each and everyone of you!

Anonymous said...

Will fsspx be canonically approved soon?

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