The search for the truth and the founding of the Society
The family de Blignières
Construction of the monastery church of Our Lady of the Rosary
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Trans: Tancred firstname.lastname@example.org
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|Empty Halls of the Dominicans|
|The Former Dominican Church St. Andrew which the Modernist|
Pastor Glettler -- insofar as memorial protection allows -- vandalized.
San Juan de Puerto Rico's archbishop has been asked twice by the Vatican to step down from the head of the diocese in at least two occasions, local newspaper Vocero reports.
Roberto González Nieves answered in February to allegations made against him in the Vatican, especially the remarks signed by cardinal Marc Ouellet and his secretary, Lorenzo Baldisseri, in a meeting in Rome in December of last year.
"In such meeting, I was told I had to leave the diocese in San Juan and take another position within the Catholic church. The unfairness, prosecution, difamation can never be sources for the renounce of a bishop, or its fair cause. I want to make it clear that I would never leave the diocese of San Juan when there is no legitimate reason," he worte in a letter dated of Febrary 20.Link to Latin Times…
Anchorage attorney, convert to Catholicism and Holy Family Cathedral parishioner Tara Clemens has been accepted for the postulancy at Corpus Christi Monastery, a Dominican religious cloister in Menlo Park, Ca. The mission of the cloistered Dominican nuns is to honor and promote devotion to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.
The target date for Clemens’ entry at the monastery is June 8, 2011 – pending resolution of her educational debt.
Clemens completed an aspirancy, a month-long visit at the monastery, in February. The postulancy would be Clemens’ second step in the eight-year discernment process toward taking final, life-long vows as a cloistered nun.
But first, Clemens must resolve her school debt.
“This is the one hurdle keeping me from entering religious life,” Clemens told the Catholic Anchor.
Although she is working to pay down the debt, the balance is “significant, especially in today’s economy,” Clemens explained, so “I will not be able to enter religious life without the generous support of others.”
To this end, she is working with the Labouré Society, a non-profit organization that assists aspirants in resolving educational debt so they are free to enter the priesthood or religious life.
Paying off the debt by June is “no small task,” Clemens observed, but “with God all things are possible.”
Tax-deductible contributions may be made to the Labouré Society in honor of Tara Clemens at labouresociety.org/.
Read more about Clemens’ journey to the cloistered monastery at catholicanchor.org/wordpress/?p=934. And visit Clemens’ online blog at supporttarasvocation.wordpress.com.