No Wasted Suffering

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Hi folks,

Normally on a Saturday you might see a submitted article from a guest or something. Instead, today I present an article that appeared in this month’s issue of Oremus newspaper, written by myself, on a call to not waste our suffering this year. This is the initial draft, and I’m sure the editors, in their wisdom, made a few grammatical edits and the like. I hope you find it helpful. — Anthony

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  1. traceykat

    I’m late on this, I know; I went to Texas and never got back to reading this article until now.
    My parents taught me about offering up our suffering for others; I’m sure my mother prayed all of us into heaven with her great suffering, and I’m hoping I can do the same for my children and grandchildren, using my parents as models.

    I think articles like this one, however, are greatly important these days, to fill in for what too many priests are failing to do, and in a world where suffering is supposed to be avoided, according to popular standards, someone, all of us, need to raise the standard for others to follow. This article is a great beginning for everyone who reads it. Thank you for all you do.

     
  2. Kathleen Barron

    With all that has transpired these many years, we have all but lost our Holy Catholic Church. With there being no Latin Mass close by us, I feel so helpless. I remember the Old Rite and its’ beauty, when I was a girl. Our 7 children, 20 grand children
    and 6 great grand children will never know the beauty or prestige of the “truly” Holy Catholic
    Mass. What a shame. Thank you for all you do to help us return to tradition!

     

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