Catechism of the Catholic Church (675)

'Before Christ’s second coming the Church must pass through a final trial that will shake the faith of many believers. The persecution that accompanies her pilgrimage on earth will unveil the “mystery of iniquity” in the form of a religious deception offering men an apparent solution to their problems at the price of apostasy from the truth. The supreme religious deception is that of the Antichrist, a pseudo-messianism by which man glorifies himself in place of God and of his Messiah come in the flesh.' ~ Catechism of the Catholic Church (675)

Sunday, 29 March 2015

Support the 500 Priests


500 Priests have signed to say that they are in full accord with Jesus Christ our High Priest, the Eternal Word and will defend His Sacred Words, which will never pass away, on marriage and wish to be faithful to Him.



In support of our priests, our families, and our Church


You may have seen the recent letter from more than 450 priests in support of the Church’s teaching on marriage.

We would like to invite you to sign the letter below, to be sent to the press in support of them, and to encourage others to sign it.

To sign, please leave your name and your diocese in the comments box below, or if you prefer email them to me or to one of the coordinators:

Mark Lambert (mark@landbtechnical.com) or Andrew Plasom-Scott (andrewplasom_scott@me.com)

The Letter:

Dear Sir,
We, the undersigned, wish to endorse and support the letter signed by over 450 priests in the recent edition of the Catholic Herald.
As laity, we all know from our own family experiences, or those of our friends and neighbours, the harrowing trauma of divorce and separation, and we sympathise with all those in such situations.
It is precisely for that reason that we believe that the Church must continue to proclaim the truth about marriage, given us by Christ in the Gospels, with clarity and charity in a world that struggles to understand it.
For the sake of those in irregular unions, for the sake of those abandoned and living in accordance with the teachings of the Church, and above all for the sake of the next generation, it is essential that the Church continues to make it quite clear that sacramental marriage is indissoluble until death.
We pray, and expect, that our hierarchy will represent us, and the Church’s unwavering teaching, at the Synod this autumn.
Yours faithfully,
 ____________________________

53 comments:

Jane Chantal said...

Christine Page
Diocese of Belleville, Illinois, U.S.A.

nicholas dyson said...

Nicholas Dyson Ruth Dyson Westminster.

Marie Heath said...

Sr Marie Heath - Plymouth Diocese

ALDU said...

Robin Haig
Shrewsbury

F Assirati said...

Mr & Mrs David Assirati
Diocese of Northampton

Patrick said...

Patrick Martin
Westminster

Erik George said...

Erik Huntzicker, PhD
Diocese of Oakland, California, USA

torchofthefaith said...

Alan John Houghton

Angeline Houghton

Frances Houghton

Archdiocese of Liverpool.

Elizabeth said...

Elizabeth Fitzmaurice
Archdiocese of Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.

Barbara Jensen said...

Barbara Jensen
Diocese of Syracuse,New York, USA

Left-footer said...

Christopher right

Diocese of Clifton

Anonymous said...

Sarah and Tony Burke
Westminster

Kirk said...

Kirk Hansen
Diocese of Joliet, Illinois USA

Pelerin said...

I signed up on another blog - good to see several blogs are carrying it.

Brian Kopp said...

Dr. Brian Kopp
Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown PA, USA

J Hannan said...

Mr and Mrs J Hannan
Diocese of East Anglia

Elizmary said...

Antoinette Barry Dublin irl

Unknown said...

Kimberly Borom
Archdiocese of Seattle, Washington

Annie said...

Marie Corcoran, Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey, U.S.A.

viterbo said...

S.T. Martin. In all honesty I could not pretend that the Novus Ordo bishop of the Novus Ordo diocese I reside in today is Catholic.
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God bless the conversion of these men who insist and persist in the True Faith; may it result in True Altars and True Sacraments for sincere converts.

Nicolas Bellord said...

Nicolas Bellord - Diocese of Arundel and Brighton.

TLM said...

David and Terri Bradley
Archdiocese of Chicago, IL.

Anonymous said...

Patrick Fahey
Birmingham, England.

Anonymous said...

C Edwards J Edwards M Edwards. Cardiff Archdiocese.

viterbo said...
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Tim said...

Tim Travis
Southwark

Gabrielle Hullis said...

Gabrielle Hullis
Westminster

The Bones said...

Laurence England
Diocese of Arundel and Brighton

BJC said...

Signed on another blog.

Wake up England said...

William Weber
Faro, Algarve, Portugal

Tantumblogo said...

Larry Roach
Diocese of Dallas

Anonymous said...

Chris Rayment, Adeline Rayment
Shrewsbury

Anonymous said...

N. Ormsbee
S. Ormsbee
J. Ormsbee
Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, Texas, USA

Anonymous said...

From northeast of Italy, we've more priests than you can ever imagine, supporting this. Ego sum via, veritas et vita, tertium non datur.Non praevalebunt!

Anonymous said...

Patricia and James Klass
Charlotte N.C.

Seagoon said...
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DMG said...

Dave Greig
Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh,
Scotland.

newguy40 said...

Keith W. Petersen
Diocese of Monterey, CA., USA

Anonymous said...

John Nolan
Saint Isaac Jogues parish, Archdiocese of Toronto Canada

God bless these faithful priests.

Joe Potillor said...

Joe A. Potillor, Jr.
Archdiocese of Los Angeles, California

Gino Romagna said...

Mr and Mrs Gino Romagna
Archdiocese of Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.

rosaMaria said...

RosaMaria W. Arrojo, Diocese of Newark, New Jersey, U. S. A.

Anonymous said...

Yvonne and Richard Windsor Southwark Diocese

Anonymous said...

Good onya, Lawrence!

Tony Pead
Archdiocese of Canberra & Goulburn
Australia

Unknown said...

Hey Romagnas---are you in the Seattle Italian Club? I play organ for their annual Italian Mass every year with my friend Nancy Grossi.

Seattle Kim

Anonymous said...

Does anyone have a count for the number of signiatures for this great letter?

I wonder why Cardinal Nichols used the Chrism Mass to pretend there is no battle at the Synod. The Chrism Mass! Really! Even Cardinal Kaspar knows there is a battle- see Fr. Bede Rowe's blog!

St. Michael the Archangel...

David said...

David Chapman
Diocese of Westminster

Andrew Plasom-Scott said...

Thanks for posting this, and thanks to all who have signed, via the blogs or by direct email. We are hoping to have 451 signatories to match the 451 priests by the end of Easter day: and we are nearly there.

We will be sending the letter to the Herald first thing on Monday.

Please encourage anyone else you know to sign by then.

Have a blessed Easter.

Andrew

Bruno said...

Bruno and Barbara Burton
Wagga Wagga Diocese

rubyroad said...

Bill and Roaemary Shillue, diocese of Tucson AZ

philipjohnson said...

Philip Johnson.Shropshire ,England.

Anonymous said...

Susan McCready
Arlington Diocese, Virginia, USA

lion said...

Melinda Fitzpatrick
Byzantine Catholic Eparchy of Phoenix

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