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2017
Mar
3
Posted in Apostolates

On Saturday, February 18th, the Canons and faithful Old St. Patrick Oratory welcomed His Excellency, the Most Reverend James V. Johnston, Bishop of Kansas City-Saint Joseph, Missouri, for his second visit this year. On this occasion, His Excellency came to administer the Sacrament of Confirmation with the assistance of Canon Talarico, Provincial Superior of the Institute in the U.S., Canon Glenn Gardner, Vice-Rector of Old St. Patrick Oratory and Canon William Avis, Master of Ceremonies for the American province. We were honored with the presence of two diocesan priests, Frs. Joseph Totton and Evan Harkins who served as “familiares”, as well as Fr. Lawrence Carney, and Deacon Ralph Wehner, diocesan MC and assistant to the bishop who took their place ‘in choro”.

After delivering a sermon on the importance of the unique work of the Holy Ghost in the lives of every Christian and especially His power to strengthen in faith and transform us more and more into the image of Christ, His Excellency invoked the Seven Gifts of the Holy Ghost and anointed each of the 27 confirmandi, saying "Signo te signo Crucis...I sign thee with the Sign of the Cross and confirm thee in the Chrism of Salvation..." Following the Rite of Confirmation, His Excellency officiated at the Benediction of the most Blessed Sacrament.  Afterwards a festive reception was held at the Catholic Center to honor our Bishop and to offer our congratulations to the newly confirmed.

The Canons of the Institute and the faithful of Old Saint Patrick Oratory are greatly thankful towards His Excellency. May the newly confirmed correspond faithfully to the graces they received in this Sacrament and pray daily for Bishop Johnston.

- Canon Glenn Gardner



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2017
Feb
21
Posted in Apostolates

We have been very blessed by the visit of our beloved Bishop, the Most Reverend David L. Ricken, who conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation on 34 of our young faithful at St. Patrick’s Oratory in Green Bay on the Feast of St. Francis de Sales, January 29, 2017. We are profoundly grateful and appreciative to His Excellency for administering the sacrament which has made so many more soldiers for Christ. Likewise, we were extremely honored that His Excellency joined us for the reception and banquet which followed the Liturgy.

In his remarks, Bishop Ricken congratulated the parents for a job well done. They persevered in the proper religious training of their children so that they could receive this important Sacrament most worthily. His Excellency also congratulated the confirmands, of course! They may be called upon not only to help spread the faith, but to openly profess and defend it as well. Shine in the darkness!

The whole St. Patrick’s Oratory community worked together for the beauty of the church on this special day. We thank the servers, choir, and all of those who contributed their time and efforts for the celebration of the Solemn High Mass which followed the Confirmation ceremony. We likewise appreciate the hard work and talent of our volunteers who prepared the lovely reception and banquet. Thank you to all those who helped in any capacity!

Rev Canon Antoine Boucheron
Rector
St. Patrick’s Oratory
Green Bay, Wisconsin

Special thanks to Mrs. Mary Helfenberger for the photos. 

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2017
Jan
21
Posted in Apostolates

On behalf of His Holiness, Pope Francis, the Archbishop of Milwaukee, the Most Reverend Jerome Listecki, conferred upon Abbé George Baird, clerical oblate of the Institute, the papal medal "Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice.” This decoration of honor by the Holy See was bestowed upon Abbé George Baird in recognition of his outstanding work as the project manager for the restoration of Saint Stanislaus Church in Milwaukee. For the past several years leading up to the 150th anniversary of St. Stanislaus Parish in September, 2016, Abbé George had organized and directed the contractors for the major renovations and improvements to this historic church. He also had accomplished many on the practical tasks of this work with his own hands on experience and energetic talent.

Very pleased with the beautiful results of this successful restoration project, several hundred faithful attended the ceremony in the parish hall of St. Stanislaus on Sunday, December 4, to offer their thankful gratitude to Abbé George as Archbishop Listecki graciously presented him with this papal honor.

Clerical oblates are brothers in the family of the institute who live in community with the canons, praying together various parts of the Divine Office. Formation in the Liturgy and the spirituality of St Francis de Sales, dedication of one's talents for the practical tasks of the apostolate, and fraternity with confreres and the lay faithful are integral aspects of this life of service to Christ and His Church.

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2016
Nov
22
Posted in Apostolates

On Saturday, November 12, the clergy and faithful of St. Francis de Sales Oratory were honored by the presence of His Grace the Most Reverend Robert J. Carlson, Archbishop of Saint Louis.  His Grace conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation on 42 youth and 3 adults.  He was assisted by Canon Jean-Baptiste Commins and Father Eric Kunz as chaplains, and by Canon David Silvey and Abbé Alex Barga as masters of ceremonies.  Reverend Canon Matthew Talarico, provincial superior, and Reverend Canon Michael Wiener, rector of St. Francis de Sales Oratory, were present at the ceremony.

His Grace gave a powerful sermon on the invocation “Come, Holy Ghost.”  He made reference to the increasing degradation of secular culture, and the necessity for Catholics to grow in their Faith in order to act as soldiers of Christ in the modern world.  Catholics need to fortify themselves in the Holy Ghost in order to give an example of virtue to the secular culture.

After the confirmations, His Grace assisted at the Solemn High Mass celebrated Canon Michael Wiener.  All at St. Francis de Sales Oratory were grateful to the team of altars boys which served the sacred liturgies, as well as to Mr. Nicholas Botkins and the Oratory choir, in particular for their rendition of Victoria’s O Quam Gloriosam Mass setting.

Mass was followed by a joyful reception with the confirmed and their families and friends.  The faithful of the Oratory had a chance greet and thank Archbishop Carlson for his pastoral solicitude for the Oratory community.  The Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest thanks His Grace for his continued support of our work in St. Louis.

Deo gratias for the many blessings received!

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2016
Nov
12
Posted in Apostolates

After a much-needed refreshing rain on Friday, God blessed the day of Confirmation with a California-blue sky. On Saturday October 15, forty-one candidates received the sacrament of Confirmation from His Excellency, the Most Reverend Michael C. Barber, SJ, Bishop of Oakland, at St. Margaret Mary Church, Oakland. Reverend Canon William Avis, Rector of the Oratory of St. Gianna in Tucson, served as Master of Ceremonies.

Bishop Barber gave St. Philip Neri to the 2016 confirmandi as an example. He described how the saint's heart was physically enlarged because of his love for God and how this was to be an example for us, to love God with great devotion and fervor. The bishop also talked about the challenges which young people encounter in our days. He spoke about the word “Fear," which is often accompanied by anxieties and worries that paralyze the vigor of our spiritual life. He said that we need to remember this: What effect did the descent of the Holy Ghost have upon the Apostles? They were truly confirmed, and their will came entirely under the sway of the Holy Ghost so that they fearlessly preached the Gospel to the world. The Holy Ghost takes away fear and makes us firm in our faith.  Not only confirmands but all present at the Confirmation were encouraged and strengthened by Bishop Barber's words, which were spoken with episcopal authority with his miter on his head and crosier in hand.

After Confirmation, in the presence of His Excellency, a Solemn High Mass was celebrated by the Reverend Canon Matthew Talarico, the Provincial of the Institute for the U.S., assisted by Canon Raphael Ueda from the Immaculate Heart of Mary Oratory, San Jose, as deacon, and Abbé Kevin Kerscher from St. Margaret Mary Church, Oakland, as subdeacon. At the Mass, the confirmands, their sponsors, their parents, and their friends altogether praised and thanked the Lord for the graces of Confirmation.

The celebration concluded with a reception after Mass in the church hall, where Reverend Canon Olivier Meney, as the Institute priest responsible for the Oakland apostolate, welcomed all participants in this beautiful event. A bountiful and festive dinner was prepared by the confirmands' families. All enjoyed the refreshment and the warm fellowship.  Thanks be to God for this wonderful day!

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2016
Nov
12
Posted in Apostolates

His Excellency Most Reverend Gerald Kicanas, Bishop of Tucson, Arizona, visited St. Gianna Oratory and Holy Family Parish for Confirmations.   The Confirmations and Low Mass of a Bishop took place on Wednesday, October 26 at 7:00p.m. During this ceremony the Bishop administered the sacrament of confirmation to 30 people. The ages of those who were confirmed varied between 11 and 84. This included Mrs. Alberta Sasaki who recently converted to the Catholic Faith.

Canon Matthew Talarico, Provincial Superior and Canon William Avis, Rector of St. Gianna Oratory and Administrator of Holy Family Parish served as Chaplains to the Bishop. Abbe Matthew O'Hora, Clerical Oblate based in Tucson acted as Master of Ceremonies.  Afterwards there was a celebration social in the Church Basement, during which a presentation and word of thanks was made to His Excellency Bishop Kicanas.  

Most of these confirmation candidates have been a part of our weekly Confirmation Preparation classes for the last two years. A special word of thanks is due to the teachers who prepared them. Namely, Mrs. Gina Hann, Mrs. Sylvia Cordova, and Mrs. Ana Aranda.

We continue to pray for those who have been confirmed and ask God to keep them strong in their faith!

 

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2016
Nov
11
Posted in Apostolates

The Most Reverend Joseph N. Perry, Auxiliary Bishop in the Archdiocese of Chicago, conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation upon fifteen young people from the Shrine of Christ the King on Saturday, October 22. This sacramental celebration took place in the spacious St. Thomas the Apostle Church located near the fire-damaged Shrine (special thanks to the pastor, Father Elias O’Brien O. Carm). Following the Confirmations, Bishop Perry celebrated solemn Pontifical votive Mass in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary with Renaissance choral music and Gregorian Chant. With deep appreciation, the Institute of Christ the King thanks His Excellency, Bishop Perry, for his continual support of its growing apostolate at the Shrine. Congratulations to the newly-confirmed!

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2016
Oct
24
Posted in Apostolates

In 2016 St. Stanislaus Parish and Oratory in Milwaukee has a lot to celebrate!  Another major step in the Church renovation was completed: the Sanctuary received its stained glass windows, ceiling art and statues were redone, the high altar was restored, and a new marble altar rail was installed.  But also, the Parish reached its 150th year!  Founded in 1866 as the first Polish American congregation, it has been strongly renewed since being designated an Oratory of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest in 2007.

In late September the Parish held several very moving, joyous liturgical and social events to mark the anniversary in a big way. Saturday evening the 24th, Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki kicked off the celebration with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament for a packed Church. A crowd of about 400 people attended this, along with Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Perry from Chicago and numerous priests from the Institute and the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.  Then all moved to a grand buffet dinner and festival, marked by Polish food, music and dancing—Archbishop Listecki can still do a mean polka!  A new video of the Parish history was shown, along with other photos and information from our archives.

On Sunday morning the 25th, there was a Pontifical High Mass in the Extraordinary Form, including a Consecration of the rebuilt main altar, offered by Auxiliary Bishop Perry and attended by many local and Institute clergy.  The Consecration was particularly powerful, not only because few attending had ever seen that sacred ritual before, but also because it vividly brought out the full spiritual meaning of the altar and embedded relics.

The whole weekend was unforgettable, and highlighted how grateful we are to our ancestors in Faith who supported St. Stanislaus for so many decades, to the Institute for serving and restoring the Parish today, and to all the many parishioners who make it live.

As we often say,

Niech Jezus Chrystus, Wieczny Kapłan będzie chwalony teraz i na wieki!
May Jesus Christ be Praised, Now and Forever!

– Stephen Sharkey, PhD.

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2016
Oct
23
Posted in Apostolates

On the first anniversary of the fire at the Shrine of Christ the King, hundreds of faithful and friends gathered for a day of prayerful thanksgiving and expression of hope for the ongoing rebuilding. This event welcomed home the freshly restored statue of Christ the Infant King, the 17th-Century spiritual centerpiece of the Shrine which had endured some damage from the fire and smoke. The King has returned!

Monsignor Michael Schmitz, Vicar General in the Institute and Delegate of the Prior General for the United States, celebrated a votive Solemn High Mass of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary outdoors, against the silhouette of the Shrine. In his sermon, Monsignor Schmitz retraced the history of the Rosary devotion and how we are to imitate in our own lives and in the life of our Shrine family the Rosary mysteries of the life of Our Lord and His Blessed Mother. Solemn yet accessible, this memorable outdoor liturgy was made possible by many helping hands.  

Afterwards, a Rally for Resurrection was held in the street near to the Shrine’s active construction site. The newly appointed Shrine Rector, Canon Matthew Talarico, offered publicly gratitude and appreciation to all of those who helped the Shrine community throughout the tragic fire experience and its aftermath.

Canon Talarico thanked the Chicago Fire Department, which was well represented by firefighters of Engine 63 and Truck 16 from the neighborhood firehouse, and read a message from the central leadership of the CFD. He also thanked Fr. Elias O’Brien and St. Thomas the Apostle Parish for offering their church to the Shrine community in the weeks following the fire. He then expressed how much the Shrine family is indebted to the very generous neighbors at First Presbyterian for the continual use of their gym space as the Upper Room Chapel where Mass is offered several times each week. Words of thankfulness were also offered to Archbishop Cupich and the leadership of the Archdiocese of Chicago who made great efforts of collaboration with the Institute of Christ the King to work out the solution of Shrine ownership by the Institute in order to expedite the rebuilding process. Thankful mention was also made of the City Landmarks Commission and to Alderman Cochran for their kind assistance. Canon Talarico then thanked the Shrine’s neighbors and friends in the historic preservation community, who have been so very generous and helpful in raising awareness and in obtaining valuable contributions for the rebuilding of this landmark church of the City of Chicago. Emily Nielsen and Gabriel Piemonte of the Save the Shrine Coalition, along with Ward Miller of Preservation Chicago, expressed their ongoing support for this unique rebuilding effort.

The Project Manager, Architect Elizabeth Ortner of Studio 31A, then gave an update on the current status of the rebuilding work, which has been going full speed ahead since March. Upon receiving the City permit in early September for the new roofing system designed by Wiss Janney Elstner Associates, Inc, engineers, the Institute conducted interviews for several bids for the fabrication and erection of the steel trusses and supports for the new roof. The job was awarded to BJRJ Construction, who immediately commenced the steel fabrication process which will require at least three months. Upon completion, the new steel trusses and supports will then be installed? in the building, likely in early spring, given the winter weather conditions. The church’s walls will be protected over winter from any further damage from temperature cycling? effect. A complete masonry study of the building early this year by Simpson Gumpertz & Heger engineers has prepared the way for masonry repairs to the façade and tower later this autumn. The interior architectural elements of the church, including the plaster capitals which have suffered severe damage, have been scanned into digital format which can be used to recreate them.

Since March, all of the research, study and work which has been done on the building indicates the need to adjust the original budget of $2.5 million last March to $3 million. However, thanks to the charitable contributions of a large number of donors, over $1.5 million has already been raised toward this Phase 1 goal.

After these updates, Canon Talarico then thanked Abbe Alexander Willweber, the superintendent of sacred art for the Institute of Christ the King, for organizing and overseeing the restoration work of the Infant King statue and the beautiful antique portable apparatus which bears the statue. This restoration process has revealed that the venerable statue is even somewhat older than originally thought, dating back apparently to the late 1600s. The same firefighters who had saved this iconic statue from the fire one year previously then did the honor of carrying it for the procession which followed the rally.

Since the fire occurred on the feast of the Holy Rosary, October 7, Canon Talarico explained and invited everyone present to join in the recitation of the Holy Rosary and the singing of hymns. Prayers for peace were also offered for the benefit of the neighborhood and local community. Following the procession, friends from the St. Martin de Porres House of Hope sang some inspirational melodies to end the day’s ceremonies on a high note. Many remained afterward to take part in a reception offered in the reception hall at First Presbyterian next door to the Shrine.

The Institute of Christ the King is deeply thankful for the innumerable prayers, encouraging support, and generous contributions by kind-hearted souls in Chicago and around the world. These efforts, both spiritual and material, have born much fruit during this past year for the Shrine of Christ the King and its local community. Holy Mass is gratefully offered each week by the Shrine priests for the intentions of all these benefactors. This gratitude gives confident hope for the future as, with the help of God, the rebuilding efforts continue for the glory of Christ the Infant King and the good of His people.

Special thanks for the photos is given to Marc Monaghan (www.marcmonaghan.com), to Tim Olk of the Chicago Fire Department, to Devon Neff for drone shots, to Abbe Alexander Willweber, and to Xavier Boudreau.

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2016
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In March of 2015, St Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr Parish & Oratory in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, undertook the beginning of a truly providential restoration project of the Sanctuary in preparation for the 150th anniversary of St Stanislaus Parish in 2016. Similarly, in 1966 St Stanislaus went through a major renovation program in preparation for the parish 100th year anniversary and changes in the liturgy. 

After studies, inspections and architectural designs, the plans for the Sanctuary were finalized and work started several weeks before Easter 2015. The first pictures show the free standing altar, aged carpeting, mono color of sanctuary, as well as the 2 feet of concrete poured to raise the level of the sanctuary up to the same level of the original high altar.

Before the concrete could be removed in view of returning the sanctuary to its original level, plans and drawings were carefully reviewed. The first step was to disassemble the free standing altar and the front of the high altar. The parts were carefully stored to return to the high altar in the future.

Easter Mass took place in the sanctuary using a temporary altar attached to the original high altar. After Easter, the sanctuary was emptied, the worn carpet removed, and the equipment needed to remove approximately 25 tons of concrete brought in. Using a small excavator and lots of man power, the sanctuary was cleared of all concrete, thus uncovering the original tile floor of the church dating to the 1930's. Daily Mass was held in the Parish hall of the adjacent school and in the rectory, so that daily Mass continued each and every day of the construction.

Marble contractors returned and started rebuilding the high altar, while carpenters constructed a new base floor the front of the sanctuary.  

During this phase, St Stanislaus Parish received a providential phone call from a stained glass collector, informing us that they had original stained glass from the church which had been removed and thought to be lost. The artisan wanted to return the glass back home. Mobilizing parishioners and artisans, the glass was rescued and taken to the stained glass contractor for evaluation. While almost all the glass could not be reused as such, it provided us with the missing pieces of the puzzle. There were no pictures of the original stained glass windows! Now we had enough answers to replicate new windows after the pattern of the original. 

The decision was made to replace the sanctuary windows with  windows of the Immaculate Conception and St Stanislaus. Artisans quickly went to work designing the windows with many revisions in order to make the windows as accurately as possible. During this phase, the celebration of Mass returned to the sanctuary with the use of a temporary altar. Our altar boys adapted to many changes with excellence!

The high altar and side altar marble work continued, while the start of the floor tile preparation began. The sub floor needed to be reinforced and leveled. Eventually the entire nave and sanctuary floors would be tiled. The reddish decades-old carpet was in its final days!

The stained glass replacement and installation took place, leaving the Sanctuary with a new yet traditional appearance. Our Lady with the help of St Stanislaus now looks over our restored high altar. 

While all this work was ongoing, other plans and revisions including many measurements and re-measures were taken for the construction of a marble communion rail from Italy. The original communion rail was removed and lost in the renovations of 1966. It was only fitting that a new marble communion rail should return to the sanctuary. Marble contractors from Peoria, IL, worked along side the Italian crew who manufactured the communion rail to guarantee a flawless installation. St Stanislaus is now adorned with a beautiful communion rail composed of white carrara marble top and bottom rails with green onyx pillars.

The final phase of the sanctuary restoration was the painting. Shortly after Easter of 2016, the scaffold in the sanctuary went up, and the Mass was now being offered again on a temporary altar (with our altar boys wondering what was next). Old ceiling tiles from 1966 were removed, plaster was repaired, and layers of paint were scrapped off before the painting could start. Our Institute's Prior General, Msgr Wach, took a look at the work from a high scaffold view. Many daily meetings occurred with the artisans making sure the correct colors were used. Many wonderful surprises were brought out by the new paintings. After four months of work, the scaffold came down revealing the artisans efforts. Needless to say, it is more than what we expected.

The pictures, while showing the beauty of the restoration, do not accurately show the real beauty. One must come to St Stanislaus and look with his own eyes to fully appreciate the magnificence of the sanctuary. 

In just over one year the entire sanctuary and parts of the nave where restored! The faithful of St Stanislaus with God's help have made this project complete for their future generations. God is so good. It shows that nothing is impossible with God.

Abbe George Baird, Oblate
Project Manager and Sacristan

 

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