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Offline Matthew

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Weekly Mass is now being offered by Fr. Zendejas at:
http://www.StDominicsChapel.com

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Just in case there's someone out there on CathInfo who I haven't added to the chapel's e-mail list...

Fr. Zendejas will be offering Mass at an independent chapel ("St. Dominic's Chapel") in Seguin, TX this Sunday (May 10th) at 4:30 PM. Confessions will begin at 4:00 PM.

We are 20 minutes from San Antonio.

For anyone in the area interested in attending, I can give you more information. PM me or e-mail me (matthew@cathinfo.com) for details.
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Yee-Haw! Fr. Zendejas to offer Mass in Texas on Sunday, May 10th
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2015, 06:35:20 PM »
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    Yee-Haw! Fr. Zendejas to offer Mass in Texas on Sunday, May 10th
    « Reply #2 on: May 04, 2015, 07:34:13 PM »
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  • Here is a recent picture of the chapel's altar (note the new Crucifix!)
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    Yee-Haw! Fr. Zendejas to offer Mass in Texas on Sunday, May 10th
    « Reply #3 on: May 04, 2015, 08:03:02 PM »
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  • Everyday I pray for more traditional independent Catholic priests in the Southeastern USA.  This area of the country is so barren of traditional holy priests and chapels.  Southern VA, the entire State of N. Carolina and most of S. Carolina along with Alabama and Mississippi are desperate for Catholic priests.  It's not so much the Novus Ordo we have to deal with as Tradtional Catholics (even THEY are few and far between) and the SSPX is little to non-existent here,  but the Southern Baptist and Evangelicals are stifling us.  Please pray for more traditional, independent Catholic priests for the Southern USA.    :pray:

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    Yee-Haw! Fr. Zendejas to offer Mass in Texas on Sunday, May 10th
    « Reply #4 on: May 04, 2015, 08:22:18 PM »
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    Here is a recent picture of the chapel's altar (note the new Crucifix!)


    Lovely Matthew, may God bless the Chapel an make it profit many souls.


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    Yee-Haw! Fr. Zendejas to offer Mass in Texas on Sunday, May 10th
    « Reply #5 on: May 04, 2015, 08:24:02 PM »
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  • Quote from: Emitte Lucem Tuam
    Everyday I pray for more traditional independent Catholic priests in the Southeastern USA.  This area of the country is so barren of traditional holy priests and chapels.  Southern VA, the entire State of N. Carolina and most of S. Carolina along with Alabama and Mississippi are desperate for Catholic priests.  It's not so much the Novus Ordo we have to deal with as Tradtional Catholics (even THEY are few and far between) and the SSPX is little to non-existent here,  but the Southern Baptist and Evangelicals are stifling us.  Please pray for more traditional, independent Catholic priests for the Southern USA.    :pray:


    More independent priests, they are very much needed.

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    Yee-Haw! Fr. Zendejas to offer Mass in Texas on Sunday, May 10th
    « Reply #6 on: May 04, 2015, 08:59:11 PM »
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  • Yes, there can never be enough good priests to fight for Catholic tradition and fight against Modernism and the modern world.

    "O Lord, grant us priests. O Lord, grant us holy priests. O Lord, grant us many holy priests. O Lord, grant us many holy religious vocations."

    And I think all the existing priests -- especially those in Tradition -- need our prayers, as things are never "settled" in this Crisis in the Church, especially since 2012. Priests need the grace to persevere in their holy vocation, as well as in their traditional training.

    When the fault, failing or shortcoming of a given priest jumps out in front of your face, I would suggest that the priest in question has an especial claim on your prayers. Don't get too caught up in OPPOSING this or that group, or this or that priest. Remember that they are all priests of God.

    We have to tread a careful line between losing touch with reality on the one hand, and bitter zeal/lacking respect for priests on the other.


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    Yee-Haw! Fr. Zendejas to offer Mass in Texas on Sunday, May 10th
    « Reply #7 on: May 05, 2015, 09:57:19 PM »
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    Here is a recent picture of the chapel's altar (note the new Crucifix!)


    Lovely Matthew, may God bless the Chapel an make it profit many souls.


    Ditto.   :pray:
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