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2015
Aug
20
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The 3rd Annual St. Michael’s Patrol Camp for Boys in California took place from Aug. 5 to Aug. 8 near the city of Alamo situated in the rolling hills surrounding the San Francisco Bay Area. It is the latest of many camps sponsored and directed by the Institute of Christ the King, both in California and in Wisconsin, that continues the tradition of bringing children from near and far together with the goal of developing all virtues in order to became saints, but in particular the virtue of charity, which is given a unique opportunity to grow in this setting. The 26 boys at “les Quatre Mousquetaires Farm” in Alamo this year learned, in all the different activities of the camp, of the necessity to look out for each other, rely on one another, and to work together as a team in order to succeed.

As a visiting Institute seminarian at St. Margaret Mary’s Apostolate in Oakland, CA this year, I had the great pleasure to assist with all the events of this camp. After witnessing the great things done by the youth of Wisconsin in past years, I was greatly impressed once again in California. Under the timeless experience and unfailing direction of Canon Olivier Meney, Canon Raphael Ueda, and Abbé Kevin Kerscher, the boys divided up into 3 teams, each with a patron saint and motto, that would compete in the “Olympic” games – which included a swimming race and the challenge of traversing a rope maze – and the well-known Flag Wars, as well as complement their fellow teams in the daily tasks of cooking meals, serving them to hungry campers, and washing up the dishes. The teams would come together for Holy Mass which always holds the central place in these camps, not to mention morning prayers and Rosary processions.

The mornings and evenings were particularly beautiful as the boys raised the American flag in singing the Salve Regina and making the Pledge of Allegiance as the sun rose and then lowered it in the same way in the evening. As night came on, all gathered around the campfire which cast its warm light on many fun games, skits, and songs that each team would prepare for each evening. The parents and families of the campers this year had a special opportunity to see the campers in action on the evening of Aug. 7. All the boys came to St. Margaret Mary’s Apostolate and formed a choir, which I had the great honor of directing, to sing the Mass of the Angels for the First Friday High Mass. Afterwards, everyone enjoyed a campfire and s’mores in front of the rectory.

It was indeed a great week for campers, counselors, and clerics alike. I certainly hope that the news and photos of each of these Institute camps will inspire even more of our youth to join us in the upcoming years. 

- Abbé Bryan Silvey, seminarian

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2015
Aug
20
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During the second week of July, over one hundred young men descended upon the picturesque fields and forests of rural northern Wisconsin for the St. Michael’s Patrol youth camp under the direction of the priests and clergy of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest.

The historical theme of this year’s camp was the “Holy League,” an alliance of Christian nations under the leadership of Pope St Pius V.  In 1571, the Holy League’s fleet defeated the Muslim Turks in the battle of Lepanto, ending the immediate threat of Islamic aggression in Western Europe.  The Holy Father, attributing the victory to the pious recitation of the rosary by the faithful, instituted the feast of Our Lady of Victory in the battle’s aftermath.

The campers, therefore, in the spiritual exercises and talks given during the week, learned of the necessity of God’s grace to elevate the natural virtues and overcome the obstacles and threats to Catholic men today.  They were able to grow in the practice of the Catholic faith through confession, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, and daily rosary processions.  At the same time, they participated in a wide-variety of activities, including archery, horseback riding, relay races, flag wars, and the ever popular skits, songs and games of the evening camp fire.

The week was capped on Friday with a Solemn High Mass in honor of the camp’s celestial patron, St Michael the Archangel.  The celebrant, Canon Aaron Huberfeld, spoke to the campers and their families about the virtue of perseverance in one’s vocation or state in life, challenging the young man to imitate the beautiful examples of fidelity to God given by their predecessors.

- Abbe Ryan Post, seminarian

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2015
Aug
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One hundred thirty girls from around the country descended upon rural Wisconsin last July for a week of formation, spirituality, and fun and games in a Catholic spirit of charity and competition.  The theme for this year’s camp was:  “Apparitions of our Lady Around the World.”  Divided into ten teams, each dedicated to our Blessed Mother under the title of one of her apparitions, the girls learnt more about their Marian apparition as they worked and played together. 

Each day began with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and opportunities for Confession.  Every evening saw the girls processing through the meadow’s paths while reciting the Holy Rosary.  The graces from these acts of worship filled the entire day, not only for the spiritual talks, but also during the competitions, games, skits, and musical performances.

Without doubt, the highlight of this year’s games, was the “elevated” flag wars, now including a secret map, and buried treasure.  The competition was fierce for who would be first to discover, and open, the treasure chest.  The competition only increased during the annual cooking contest.  The girls taxed their ingenuity and skill, as each team strived to capture the judges’ palates, and thereby first prize, with the tastiest and finest served three course dinner reflecting the national cuisine of their Patroness’ apparition.

The camp was brought to a close with a Solemn Mass celebrated in honor of the Immaculate Conception.  After the Mass, the girls saw the final acts of the camp in the awards announcements, and the official thank-you’s extended to all the Canons, clergy, mothers, counselors, and other volunteers who made the camp possible.  To judge by the sustained and energetic applause and cheers of the campers, they were extremely grateful for all the graces and benefits they had received during this fun and sanctifying week.

- Abbe Joseph Heppelle, seminarian

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2015
Jul
9
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From First Holy Communions to Corpus Christi Processions, many lay faithful in the Institute apostolates honored Our Lord in the Holy Eucharist in edifying celebrations across the country. Here below is a florilegium of Eucharistic quotes by our patron, St. Francis de Sales.

“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 430; O. XIII, p. 358)

“The reason why we never receive the grace of sanctification (one single Holy Communion would be enough to make us saints) is that we do not allow the Lord to reign in us as He, in His goodness, desires. The Divine Savior comes into our heart and finds it full of desires, affections and vain aspirations. This is not what He wants; He wants to find our heart empty so He can become its one and only Master. Therefore He says to the holy lover that she should put a seal on her heart [cf. Sg 8:6], so that no one can enter without permission.” (Spiritual Treatises XVIII)

“The mortal flesh with which the Divine Redeemer invested us is nothing but dust and ashes, but through the union of the divinity in Him it has become so excellent, pure and holy that the skies and the sun are but mud in comparison with it. In a similar fashion, the Host in Holy Communion has the appearance of bread so that we can take and eat it. My God! What joy to think that our heart, while waiting to be united with God in Heaven, can be united with him in such a marvelous manner in the heavenly mystery! (Letters 743)

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2015
Jul
9
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From May 29th to 31st, members and friends of the Society of the Sacred Heart gathered at the Conference Center of the University of St. Mary of the Lake in Mundelein, Illinois, for our annual retreat. The Society of the Sacred Heart, the spiritual family of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, is made up of laymen and women who support the works of the Institute. We are united in our collective mission to advance the social reign of Christ the King on earth.

Under the direction of our superiors, Monsignor Gilles Wach, founder and Prior General of the Institute of Christ the King; Canon Matthew Talarico, our Chaplain; and Dr. James Sutherland, our national Governor, our days were shaped by a basic schedule that included time for prayer, study, and recreation. Daily Mass and Rosary, along with nightly recitation of Compline, made up the central focus around which all other activities revolved. Frequent opportunities for Confession also allowed each of us to avail ourselves of abundant graces, and to recollect and re-orient ourselves in our individual vocations.

The retreat included abundant food for the mind as well as for the soul. Daily conferences filled our notebooks and inspired our intellects with such topics as how better to live our daily consecration to the Immaculate Conception, or how to use Sacred Architecture to help lift our hearts and minds in prayer. These also challenged us with examples of holiness from the lives of the saints, and exhorted us to greater faithfulness to our vocations in the world.

We were also able to come together as a spiritual family, to renew old friendships and form new ones. We gathered together from across the United States--and were even joined by international travelers—and were united in our love for God and as members and friends of the Institute of Christ the King. For many of us, this weekend was an opportunity to immerse ourselves in a community devoted to spreading the social kingdom of Christ on Earth, all within the setting of the University’s beautiful campus.

On Saturday evening, we had the great joy of welcoming several new members, each of whom received the Cross of the Society from Monsignor. Wach. These new associates, who had prepared themselves for the past year by living the Society’s simple Rule, were welcomed with great joy. Members who had received their Crosses in previous years also had the opportunity to renew their commitments, too. Finally, we celebrated the addition of our new family members by chanting Compline together immediately after the ceremony. 

For others, however, the retreat was an entirely new experience; in keeping with the Institute’s family spirit, all newcomers were warmly and happily welcomed. We were especially glad to have with us two members of the Sister Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus, and to welcome back Father Dave Ireland, an affiliate priest of the Institute. Their joyful, prayerful presence was of great value to all present.

Finally, a new event was added to the schedule this year: many of us gathered on Sunday morning for a forum in which we discussed how we support our individual apostolates, and what we can do to give greater assistance to the Institute—through prayer and volunteer work—in the future. The forum proved quite useful, and many ideas were shared amongst people who, usually scattered across the country, would not otherwise have such an opportunity.

As we departed on Sunday afternoon after a final conference, Mass, and a brief reception, we left refreshed and renewed. Indeed, not one of us is perfect, and many of us bear sorrows and difficulties in our daily lives. Nevertheless, as members and friends of the Society of the Sacred Heart, we seek to persevere together, keeping our eyes fixed on Heaven and our feet solidly on the ground.

Written by Miss Rebekah Wielgos, Society member

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2015
Jul
9
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Many hundreds of faithful and friends of the Institute participated in a pilgrimage to the National Shrine of Our Lady Help of Christians at the Basilica popularly known as "Holy Hill" near Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Saturday, May 23.

Large chapters of faithful from St. Stanislaus Oratory in Milwaukee, from St. Patrick’s Oratory in Green Bay, from St. Mary's Oratory in Wausau, from St. Mary Oratory in Rockford, and from the Shrine of Christ the King in Chicago all converged on Holy Hill in thanksgiving to the Blessed Virgin Mary for the many graces received by the Institute. 

The large crowd of pilgrims walked in procession through the woods and up the hill praying the Rosary and singing Marian hymns. Inside the crowded Basilica the Solemn High Mass for the Vigil of Pentecost was celebrated by the Substitute of the Provincial, Canon Matthew Talarico. The Gregorian Chant propers was sung by St. Stanislaus Oratory Schola. St. Mary’s Wausau choir sang the polyphonic Mass setting for 8 voices, Missa Bell'Amfitrit Altera by Orlando di Lassus (1530-1594).

After the outdoor picnic lunch which followed Holy Mass, the faithful gathered for Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament offered by Canon Benoit Jayr, Rector of St. Stanislaus Oratory in Milwaukee. The Consecration of the Institute to Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception was also fervently renewed by the numerous good souls present. A wonderful manifestation of the family spirit of the Institute, this pilgrimage expressed the power of charity to unite the faithful in the sacred Liturgy of Holy Mother Church.

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Annual Holy Hill Marian Pilgrimage
Annual Holy Hill Marian Pilgrimage
Annual Holy Hill Marian Pilgrimage
Annual Holy Hill Marian Pilgrimage
Annual Holy Hill Marian Pilgrimage
Annual Holy Hill Marian Pilgrimage

2015
Feb
2
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Canon J. M. Moreau, Rector of St. Anthony's (West Orange, NJ), to travel on pilgrimage to Lourdes, Avila and Fatima from April 29 to May 9, 2015! Join Canons, Oblates, Sisters, and Seminarians of the Institute of Christ the King for the annual Lourdes pilgrimage with Cardinal Raymond Burke. Be in Fatima for the 98th anniversary of the apparitions and Avila for the 500th anniversary of St. Teresa’s birth! Also travel to Segovia (St. John of the Cross) and Lisbon (St. Anthony).

All-inclusive cost from Newark, NJ is $3295. Inquire for the cost from all other cities.

Space is limited. Sign up today! For more information go to: www.syversentouring.com/lourdes or call Canon Moreau at 1-973-325-2233. For a brochure/application, go to http://syversentouring.com/avila .pdf.

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Pilgrimage to Lourdes, Fatima and Avila
Pilgrimage to Lourdes, Fatima and Avila
Pilgrimage to Lourdes, Fatima and Avila
Pilgrimage to Lourdes, Fatima and Avila
Pilgrimage to Lourdes, Fatima and Avila

2014
Dec
11
Posted in General

At St. Margaret Mary church in Oakland, CA, confirmations for forty-two adults and young people took place on November 7.  It was the First Friday of the month, and the already strong devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus was raised to a new level of gratitude for His Church and for the Sacraments.

With an awed expectancy, the filled church received His Excellency, Bishop Michael Barber of Oakland Diocese, as he processed solemnly into the church, blessing the congregation as he entered. Bishop Barber’s exhortation of the confirmandi was a clear and profound call to embrace the graces of the sacraments offered by the Church. He reminded the confirmandi of the vast spiritual riches of the Catholic Church, of the graces they had already received, particularly in Baptism, the Holy Eucharist, and Penance. We must rely on the Holy Spirit, the Bishop said, through every trial we encounter in our lives going forward, whether it be in school or at work, big or small, internal or external struggles in matters of spiritual warfare. 

Following the Rite of Confirmation, Solemn High Mass was offered with the pontifical assistance of Bishop Barber at the episcopal throne, by Canon Matthew Talarico, Substitute for the Provincial. Canon Olivier Meney, Episcopal Delegate for the Extraordinary Form in the Diocese, and subdeacon Abbé Kevin Kerscher, clerical oblate, served as the ministers of the Mass. Canon William Avis, provincial Master of Ceremonies for the Institute's US province, was present as well.

Although a sung Mass was customary fare for First Fridays at St. Margaret Mary, the solemnity of the occasion on this day made the Votive Mass of the Sacred Heart of Jesus especially poignant. In addition to Mass IV for the ordinary, the Sacred Heart Choir’s rendition of Ave Verum (Mozart), Adoremus Te Christe (Gasparini), Cor meum (de Lassus), and Christus factus est (Anerio) beautifully expressed the prayers of the faithful in union with the whole Church.

After Mass, a reception was prepared by the families of the confirmandi to honor the Bishop and to celebrate this very important milestone with families, friends, and all the parishioners who came to witness the sacrament. As he greeted the faithful, a special gift was presented to Bishop Barber at the festive reception as a token of the gratitude of the Institute and the faithful of the St. Margaret Mary apostolate.  His Excellency expressed his thanks to the Institute for the ministry it provides in the Diocese.

Photos courtesy of Mr. Jay Balza

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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
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Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary
Oakland Confirmations at St. Margaret Mary

2014
Dec
11
Posted in General

On October 29, 2014, Monsignor Rudolf Michael Schmitz, Vicar General in the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, presented his thesis in canon law with the title  “Essential Structure of the Canonical Life” at the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome. Monsignor was granted the doctorate in Canon Law by the University with the Summa Cum Laude mention.

Numerous prelates, canons of the Institute, priest and lay friends assistance at this thesis defense which describes in detail a subject of great importance for the Institute, since by its Constitutions the members of the Institute are called to live a fraternal life in common as secular canons (Constitutions N.1). Plans are being made for an English translation.  

The work of this thesis throughout the last several years was accomplished under the direction of Monsignor Valdrini, pro-Rector and Professor of Canon Law at the Lateran University.

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Thesis on the Canonical Life by Msgr. Schmitz
Thesis on the Canonical Life by Msgr. Schmitz
Thesis on the Canonical Life by Msgr. Schmitz
Thesis on the Canonical Life by Msgr. Schmitz
Thesis on the Canonical Life by Msgr. Schmitz
Thesis on the Canonical Life by Msgr. Schmitz

2014
Dec
9
Posted in General

This year marked the second year that the Sursum Corda Brigade reunited to participate in the 19th Annual Pilgrimage for the Restoration from the Lake of the Blessed Sacrament (Lake George) to the National Shrine of Our Lady of the North American Martyrs. This year the pilgrimage was held September 19th -21st and was blessed with both perfect weather and a healthy dose of pilgrim’s enthusiasm. Altogether the brigade totaled around eighteen members, and had a mix of new and returning faces.

The pilgrims embark upon their journey as a means of stepping away from the distractions of daily life. Each pilgrim strives to refocus their thoughts, words and actions on God through prayer and intense mortification. In order to give their absolute best to God, each brigade member begins by forming their personal intentions before stepping off. Along with private intentions, each year there is one public universal intention that all pilgrims pray for. This year's intention was the restoration of true devotion to Mary, Queen of Families.

The Sursum Corda Brigade, comprised of young adults from across the country, recited 15 decades of the rosary daily whilst offering up the aches and pains of the road. Despite the difficult trek, morale was always high. Pilgrims carried each other's packs and lent helping hands and steady shoulders to their friends in need. No steep hill went unconquered through a steady stream of Ave Marias. The cold mornings were met with smiles and laughs as the sun rose in the distance. Each day began with a Solemn High Mass. Breakfast soon followed and the pilgrims' smiles never faded. Banners were held high, war cries were shouted loud, hymns were sung and rosaries prayed. And through all the hardships, the pilgrims had the opportunity for daily confession on the move and excellent spiritual talks given on devotion to Our Lady, the extraordinary form of the Mass and the discernment of vocations.

The pilgrimage talent show again boosted morale with such memorable skits as the "Nuns Switchboard Operators", "The 12 Things of Pilgrimage that I Remember Most", and "Catholic Yoga". Crusader pose anyone? Poor Canon Hellmann was even roused from a deep slumber so that he could showcase his now world famous banjo playing. The memories, the prayers, the friendships forged and the sufferings endured have tested the body and soul of every member of the Sursum Corda Brigade. Yet through it all they persevered to the very end. As they stood at the site of the martyrdom of St. Rene Goupil, they knelt low and kissed the ground. Through God's grace, they had marched 65 miles to the shrine of the North American Martyrs. They had survived another year and offered it all for the greater glory of God.  In the words of Sursum Corda's brigade cheer: "No great mortification, no great sanctity!"

Writers: Therese Ptak, Audrey McDonald, Julian Ptak

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Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
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Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
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Sursum Corda at Holy Martyrs Pilgrimage
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