19 January 2009

Lourdes Pilgrimage with Archbishop Burke


The Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest has issued an invitation to the faithful to join them in their annual pilgrimage to Lourdes, France this April. From their website:

In joyful gratitude to Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, patroness of the Institute, for having received the Pontifical Right status from the Holy See, the Institute invites you all to a special event: a pilgrimage in Lourdes, France, with His Grace, Archbishop Raymond L. Burke, Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signature, and Monsignor Gilles Wach, Monsignor R. Michael Schmitz, Institute priests, and seminarians.

Saturday, April 25

Morning: Pontifical High Mass celebrated by His Grace, Archbishop Burke
Afternoon: Holy Rosary, spiritual conference of His Grace, Archbishop Burke
Evening: Candlelight Procession

Sunday, April 26

Morning: Pontifical High Mass, Stations of the Cross
Afternoon: Solemn Te Deum and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament in Thanksgiving for the Institute’s reception of Pontifical Right status

The CLIO Travel Agency in Paris, France, may assist you with travel planning if you should wish to use their services. Please note that travel arrangements do not involve the responsibility of the Institute of Christ the King. For further inquiries and information, please contact directly Mrs. Odette Page, an English-speaking travel agent of CLIO Travel Agency, at (+33) 1.53.68.82.63 or email her at odette.page@clio.fr.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pray for those out of work:

A St. Louis Archdiocese official has confirmed that 25 part-time and full-time employees were laid off late last week.

All the layoffs came within the curia, the agencies and offices of the archdiocese that assist the archbishop in his pastoral and administrative duties. Those departments include the communications, human resources office and finance offices.

In November, the archdiocese said its revenue dropped 37 percent in 2008 because of decreases in investment income and contributions. Those numbers reflected a fiscal year that ended June 30, a couple months before the worst of the economic crisis hit in the autumn.

The Archdiocese is closed today because of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, but keep checking STLToday.com for updates as we can get them.

Anonymous said...

Talk about an uber-pilgrimage!

PMKD