Thursday, 13 August 2015

A blog revival

After a three year period of dormancy, this blog is being revived under "new management!"

Over the next few weeks and months, this blog will feature new and updated information for most of the communities previously featured, along with fixing and replacing any broken media links where relevant (images, videos, etc).  Once that task is completed, we intend to regularly post information relating to traditional Catholic vocations and the discernment thereof.

The blog will continue to focus primarily on communities using exclusively the traditional Catholic liturgy (in general, the rites and rituals in effect in 1962).  The blog will also try to provide information on retreats and pilgrimages with traditional communities around the world.  However, this blog will also post about communities that are either discovering or re-discovering their traditional Catholic heritage by (re-)implementing traditional forms of Catholic liturgy.

Please pray that this endeavor grows and helps lead souls to their proper vocation.

Please also pray for the St. Conleth's Catholic Heritage Association, whence this blog idea came.

Please also pray for the original blog creator, Mark.  Last I heard, he entered the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter's seminary.  If you might, please offer a prayer for his vocation, wherever he is.

1 comment:

Catholic Heritage Association said...

Dear Andrew,

God bless the work and the worker!

The Catholic Heritage Association of Ireland