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2011
Oct
16
Posted in Apostolates
Archbishop Carlson, St. Louis

Saint Francis de Sales Oratory, the Institute's apostolate in St. Louis, received with great joy a pastoral visit from His Grace, the Most Reverend Robert J. Carlson, Archbishop of St. Louis, on Sunday, October 9, 2011.

Accompanied by the Rector, Canon Michael Wiener, the Archbishop processed from the rectory to the main entrance of the Saint Francis de Sales church, under a canopy carried by four members of the Oratory in formal military uniform. At the entrance of the church, the Archbishop knelt and kissed a crucifix. With the holy water presented to him by the Rector, he sprinkled himself and those around him and was then incensed. The procession continued down the length of the Oratory to the main altar as the Archbishop blessed the faithful along the way.  On arriving in the sanctuary, the Archbishop knelt at the foot of the altar, where the Rector sung a prayer. After kissing the Altar, the Archbishop chanted the prayer of Saint Francis de Sales from the missal: Orémus.  Deus, qui ad animárum salútem beátum Francíscum Confessórem tuum atque Pontíficem ómnibus ómnia factum esse voluísti: concéde propítius; ut caritátis tuæ dulcédine perfúsi, ejus dirigéntibus mónitis ac suffragántibus méritis, ætérna gáudia consequámur.  Per Christum Dóminum nostrum.

Thus, with the beautiful ceremony prescribed by the Church, began the pastoral visit of Archbishop Carlson. After the chanting of the Gospel of this Solemn High Mass, the Archbishop gave a sermon full of encouragement, and a fatherly exhortation to meditate on the two commandments to love God and to love our neighbor. He emphasized the harmonious relationship between these two mandates.

After the 10:00 AM Mass and pontifical blessing, the festivities continued in the Oratory hall, where the faithful formed a long receiving line to greet and thank the Archbishop.

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Visit of Archbishop Carlson in St. Louis
Visit of Archbishop Carlson in St. Louis
Visit of Archbishop Carlson in St. Louis
Visit of Archbishop Carlson in St. Louis
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Visit of Archbishop Carlson in St. Louis
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Visit of Archbishop Carlson in St. Louis
Visit of Archbishop Carlson in St. Louis
Visit of Archbishop Carlson in St. Louis
Visit of Archbishop Carlson in St. Louis

2011
Oct
8
Posted in Apostolates
Pontifical High Mass

On Sunday, September 18, 2011, His Excellency the Most Reverend Salvatore J. Cordileone, Bishop of Oakland, California, visited again the Oakland apostolate of the Institute, where, in the presence of about four hundred faithful, His Excellency celebrated a Pontifical High Mass at Saint Margaret Mary church on the occasion of his pastoral visit.

This is the third time in three years that this Institute apostolate in Oakland has been honored to welcome Bishop Cordileone as the celebrant of the Extraordinary Form. The previous occasions were: Solemn Pontifical Mass on the twentieth anniversary of the Extraordinary Form in September 2009, and a Low Mass of a Bishop when Bishop Cordileone conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation upon twenty-nine youths and adults in May, 2010.

The Pontifical Mass this year was offered on the twenty-second anniversary of the celebration of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Liturgy at Saint Margaret Mary. In keeping with this venerable tradition, the Pacific Collegium choir sang beautifully a remarkable program of sacred polyphony and Gregorian Chant.

The Pontifical Mass was followed by a splendid reception of fine food and refreshments prepared by the many good faithful in honor of His Excellency. On behalf of Monsignor Gilles Wach, Prior General and Monsignor R. Michael Schmitz, Vicar General and Provincial Superior, Canon Matthew Talarico, substitute for the Provincial, offered some words of gratitude to Bishop Cordileone for his constant support of the Institute's apostolate in the Diocese of Oakland and presented His Excellency with a gift of appreciation.

This pastoral visit of Bishop Cordileone also coincided  with the transition in the leadership of the Institute's apostolate. Canon Henry Fragelli has succeeded Canon Jean-Marie Moreau as the Episcopal Delegate for the Implementation of the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum in the Diocese of Oakland. The faithful were privileged to receive the blessing of their Bishop as they bid a fond farewell to Canon Moreau, and extended a hearty welcome to Canon Fragelli, their new spiritual father.

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Pontifical Mass in Oakland
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Pontifical Mass in Oakland
Pontifical Mass in Oakland
Pontifical Mass in Oakland
Pontifical Mass in Oakland
Pontifical Mass in Oakland
Pontifical Mass in Oakland

2011
Jul
30
Posted in Apostolates
Corpus Christi Procession

"The heavenly food of the Eucharist is a spiritual food that diffuses and communicates itself to all parts of the soul and the body in such a way that we have Jesus Christ in our mind, our hearts, our breasts, our eyes, on our tongues, in our ears, hands, feet... and the sweet Savior redresses, purifies and enlivens all our being. He lives in our heart, understands in our mind, strengthens us in our breasts, helps us to see with our eyes, speaks with our tongue, and so for all the rest. In summary, He does everything in our whole being. And so it is no longer we who live, but Jesus Christ lives in us." Letters of St. Francis de Sales, 430

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2011
Jul
23
Posted in Apostolates
Latin Mass Confirmations

On Saturday, July 9, His Excellency, the Most Reverend William P. Callahan, Bishop of LaCrosse, Wisconsin, made his first pastoral visit to St. Mary's Oratory in Wausau and conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation in the Extraordinary Form on sixty-five candidates. Over one third of the candidates are faithful who attend the Institute's apostolate at Saint Mary's in Cashton, Wisconsin, which is also located in the Diocese of LaCrosse.

Following the Confirmations, Canon Matthew Talarico, Vice-Provincial, celebrated a Solemn High Mass in the presence of Bishop Callahan. His Excellency was assisted during the Confirmations and the Mass by Canon William Avis, provincial Master of Ceremonies for the Institute's US province, by Canon Henrique Fragelli, Rector of Saint Mary's in Wausau, and by Canon Glenn Gardner, Rector of the Institute's apostolate in Cashton.

Latin Mass Confirmations

After Mass, Bishop Callahan greeted the faithful at the festive reception, during which two choirs of children sang motets in his honor. His Excellency was also presented with a gift expressing the gratitude of the Institute and the faithful of both apostolates located in his Diocese.

Saint Mary's Oratory in Wausau recently commemorated the 9th anniversary of its Consecration, which was celebrated according to the traditional ritual of the Extraordinary Form by the Most Reverend Raymond L. Burke, then Bishop of LaCrosse, on May 31, 2002 (a DVD of the consecration is available in our online store).

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Confirmations at St. Mary's in La Crosse Diocese
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Confirmations at St. Mary's in La Crosse Diocese

2011
June
29
Posted in Apostolates
Latin Mass Confirmations

On Ember Saturday in the Octave of Pentecost, June 18, His Grace, the Most Reverend Jerome E. Listecki, Archbishop of Milwaukee, conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation in the Extraordinary Form on nearly fifty candidates at St. Stanislaus Oratory.

Following the Confirmations, Canon Michael Wiener of the Institute celebrated a Solemn High Mass in the presence of Archbishop Listecki. His Grace was assisted during the Confirmations and the Mass by Canon William Avis, provincial Master of Ceremonies for the Institute's US province, by Canon Glenn Gardner, and by Father Jean-Pierre Herman, an affiliate priest of the Institute.

After Mass, Archbishop Listecki greeted the faithful at the festive reception and received a gift showing the gratitude of the Institute and the faithful of the Oratory.  He expressed his thanks to the Institute for the ministry it provides in the Archdiocese.

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Confirmations at St. Stanislaus in Milwaukee
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Confirmations at St. Stanislaus in Milwaukee
Confirmations at St. Stanislaus in Milwaukee
Confirmations at St. Stanislaus in Milwaukee
Confirmations at St. Stanislaus in Milwaukee
Confirmations at St. Stanislaus in Milwaukee
Confirmations at St. Stanislaus in Milwaukee

2011
Apr
23
Posted in Apostolates
Africa Missions

Monsignor Gilles Wach, Founder and Prior General of the Institute, celebrated the solemn Palm Sunday Liturgy on April 17 at the Institute parish Notre-Dame de Lourdes in Libreville, the capital city of Gabon. Monsignor Schmitz, Vicar General in the Institute, was also present.

Africa missionsMsgr. Wach, Archbishop Basile Mvé Engone, Msgr. Schmitz

Founded less than four years ago at the invitation of His Grace, the Most Reverend Basile Mvé Engone, S.D.B., Archbishop of Libreville (pictured at right), the parish now includes nearly one thousand families. Much progress continues to be made on the construction of the large parish church. Its unfinished shell is barely large enough to accommodate the growing numbers of faithful.

For the Palm Sunday Liturgy, over five hundred people, including many families with children, filled the church to capacity and joined in the palm procession through the streets of the city.

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Palm Sunday in African Missions
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Palm Sunday in African Missions
Palm Sunday in African Missions
Palm Sunday in African Missions
Palm Sunday in African Missions
Palm Sunday in African Missions

2010
Dec
15
Posted in Apostolates
Pontifical Low Mass

On the Second Sunday of Advent, December 5, His Excellency, the Most Reverend Thomas G. Doran, Bishop of Rockford, celebrated a Pontifical Low Mass at St. Mary's Oratory, of which Canon Brian A.T. Bovee serves as Rector. This Liturgy was offered on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the first Mass celebrated at St. Mary's church in December of the year 1885.

Hundreds of faithful attended this beautiful ceremony and the reception which followed. A delegation of religious from the Order of St. Augustine of the Province of Our Lady of Good Counsel, who had served at St. Mary's for more than 50 years, were also in attendance and presented greetings and remarks on behalf of the Reverend Father Provincial.

The 125 year history of St. Mary's has been full of memorable events. The second-oldest church in the city of Rockford, St. Mary's survived a devastating fire in the early 1960's. Over the years countless souls have received the sacraments of the Church at St. Mary's, while thousands of students attended the parochial school until its closure in 1974. On the first Sunday of Advent in 1997, the Most Reverend Thomas G. Doran, Bishop of Rockford, entrusted St. Mary's to the care of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest.

The Most Reverend Bishop erected St. Mary's first as a Shrine and then as an Oratory of the Institute. Under the leadership of the Institute the faithful of St. Mary's have contributed generously since 1997 to the preservation of this beautiful Marian sanctuary and to the restoration of its splendid stained glass windows. The Institute is profoundly grateful to His Excellency, Bishop Doran, for his paternal guidance and continual support of its apostolate at Saint Mary's over the past thirteen years. Deeply dedicated to the future of this historic church, the Institute is committed to serving at St. Mary's according to its specific mission and proper identity within the Church, while striving to carry on the pastoral endeavors and spiritual work accomplished by so many exemplary clergy, religious, and lay faithful over 125 years.

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Pontifical Mass at St. Mary's in Rockford
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Pontifical Mass at St. Mary's in Rockford
Pontifical Mass at St. Mary's in Rockford
Pontifical Mass at St. Mary's in Rockford
Pontifical Mass at St. Mary's in Rockford

2010
Dec
3
Posted in Apostolates
Tucson Latin Mass Confirmations

On Saturday, November 6 His Excellency, the Most Reverend Gerald F. Kicanas, Bishop of Tucson, Arizona, conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation in the Extraordinary Form at Holy Family church to thirteen candidates from St. Gianna Oratory. The Most Reverend Bishop then offered a Pontifical Low Mass in the Extraordinary Form, for which the rector of St. Gianna, Canon Richard von Menshengen, and regularly assisting priest, Father David Reinders, served as chaplains. The Oratory choir sang many Latin motets for both the Rite of Confirmation and the Pontifical Mass. In honor of Mary Immaculate on the First Saturday and in loving memory of the late Father Richard J. Rego, S.T.L., the beautiful statue which had belonged to the beloved Founder of the former St. Gianna Latin Mass Community in Tucson was placed in the sanctuary and surrounded by dozens of roses.

At the following reception which was offered in honor of Bishop Kicanas, Canon von Menshengen thanked His Excellency for his fatherly care and support of St. Gianna Oratory.

Bishop Kicanas stated his contentment at the noticeably good development which has taken place since August 6 when the Institute of Christ the King was entrusted with the administration of Holy Family Parish, which will soon be celebrating its centennial year. His Excellency received a spiritual bouquet from the newly-confirmed, as well as a special gift from the Oratory in gratitude for his generosity. A decorated cake, bearing the Most Reverend Bishop's coat of arms, was presented to him and enjoyed by the many who participated in this festive reception.

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Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
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Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
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Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson
Confirmations & Pontifical Low Mass in Tucson

2010
Nov
13
Posted in Apostolates
Kansas City Confirmations

"Signo te signo Crucis et confirmo te in chrismate salutis."

On Sunday, October 10th, His Excellency, the Most Reverend Robert W. Finn, Bishop of Kansas City-Saint Joseph, was solemnly received at Old Saint Patrick Oratory by Canon William Avis, the rector, and conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation in the Extraordinary Form on seventeen candidates of all ages.

In his sermon, His Excellency explained the various rites in which this sacrament is conferred.  He said, "The newly confirmed are 'sealed' with Holy Chrism, the sweet fragrance of which reminds us of our dignity as children of the Father.  The many good works which the Holy Ghost will inspire in them—when they are carried out in the state of sanctifying grace, and offered out of a motive of love of God—are a pleasing odor to God, and are helpful to their salvation and that of others."  Later on, "To remind the newly confirmed that, like Christ and the apostles, they must courageously bear adversities and persecutions for the sake of the Catholic Faith, the bishop gives each recipient a slight blow on the cheek.  It is rightly received also as a sign of peace, as I welcome the new soldier to greater duty within the Church Militant."

Following the Confirmations, Canon William Avis celebrated a Low Mass with organ music and motets in His Presence.  The diocesan Bishop kneeling at a Faldstool in the center of the sanctuary is symbolic of the role of the bishop as pastor to lead his flock to streams of living waters which is, of course, the holy sacrifice of the Mass by which Christ's act of Redemption is renewed and applied to us.  During the Mass after the Gospel reading, the Bishop is presented the Missal to kiss, and, after the Agnus Dei, he receives the Pax, or Peace, using an instrument called the Pax-Brede.  His Excellency was assisted during the Confirmations and the Mass by Father Evan Harkins, a newly ordained priest of the diocese of Kansas City-Saint Joseph, and Deacon Ralph Wehner, the Director of the Office of Worship for the diocese.

Following the Mass, His Excellency greeted the faithful and received a gift showing the gratitude of the Institute and the faithful of the Oratory.  He expressed his thanks to the Institute for the ministry it provides in the diocese.  There was then a festive reception held at I. Donnelly Hall.

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Confirmations in Kansas City
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Confirmations in Kansas City
Confirmations in Kansas City
Confirmations in Kansas City
Confirmations in Kansas City
Confirmations in Kansas City

2010
Aug
10
Posted in Apostolates
Choir Camp

At the height of summer, 33 youngsters, age 8-14, mostly from Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest apostolates in various parts of the country, converged in Kentucky during the first week of August to participate in the Institute's first Children's Choir Camp.  Amidst the tranquil surroundings of the Ursuline Sisters motherhouse, the children flourished in deepened friendship, serious study, and fun play—even with the oppressive, 100-degrees-plus temperatures!

For most of the children, the place of music in the Classical liturgy is already a familiar part of their young lives, having heard and sung sacred music as part of Holy Mass they attend with their families. The choir camp gave them a unique opportunity to understand and to practice in greater depth this beautiful component of the ageless Classical Liturgy.

Under the capable camp directorship of Mr. Nick Botkins, the Director of Sacred Music and Master of the Choirs at St. Francis de Sales Oratory, the Institute's apostolate in St. Louis, the rigorous curriculum was a balanced mixture of music theory, musicianship, vocal technique, and composition for advanced students taught by Mr. Botkins and composer Mr. Jacob Bancks, studies in Latin history, grammar, syntax and vocabulary with Byzantine scholar Mr. Joseph Reidy; and Gregorian Chant with Mr. Aristotle Esguerra.

A typical day at choir camp included several hours of rehearsal, core classes, prayers, meals, and plenty of fun and recreation. College-age camp counselors led campfire Rosaries, and dedicated choir mothers ensured that all felt comfortable in the week-long home away from home. Each day ended with chanting of the Litany of the Sacred Heart in the gorgeous chapel of the Ursuline Sisters.

On the final day of camp, the choir, now a cohesive ensemble, sang prayerfully and proficiently for the Solemn High Mass celebrated by Canon Michael Wiener, Rector of the St. Francis de Sales Oratory.  Given the participants' own transformation over the course of the week, it seemed entirely appropriate that the camp should conclude with the Feast of Transfiguration of Our Lord—a miraculous encounter, as Canon Wiener reminded all those present, with the divinity of Christ the King.

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Children's Choir Camp in Kentucky
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Children's Choir Camp in Kentucky
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