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Yes, There Is A Way to Resurrect The Church: Here It Is

Father Pascal Schreiber, the superior of the Swiss district of the Society of Saint Pius X, paid a February visit to the American continent. He stopped in St. Mary's, Kansas, a town located approxima…More
Father Pascal Schreiber, the superior of the Swiss district of the Society of Saint Pius X, paid a February visit to the American continent. He stopped in St. Mary's, Kansas, a town located approximately 20 miles west of Topeka on U.S. Route 24. Saint Mary's is the home of the worldwide biggest parish of the Society of Saint Pius X with over 4000 faithful.
The parish is located in Saint Mary's Academy and College. The Academy was founded by the Jesuits in 1848 as an Indian mission and abandoned after Second Vatican Council. Saint Pius X acquired it in 1978. The governor of Kansas recognized the school for the excellence of its educational curriculum. The school operates its own radio station.
Father Schreiber stresses that Saint Mary's parish has more faithful than the whole district of Switzerland, the country where the Society of Saint Pius X was founded. Its first seminary is in Ecône, Switzerland and its headquarters are located in Menzingen, Switzerland.
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Dr Bobus
Actually, Kansas was the key to the reestablishment of Gregorian Chant/monastic life in the US. In 1972 four students from the University of Kansas went to the Abbey of Fontgombault in France and began a relationship with the abbey. In the ensuing years other students followed, and some became monks. Later, they came to the US to establish a foundation, now known as the Abbey of Clear Creek.
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IN TRADITION:
This is such a bright and wonderful report on such a sad day of the loss of Notre Dame (the structure not the church, which died long ago).
One branch of the Church dies and another CHURCH growing so fast it can not be contained.
Where is God in all this? Where is Jesus? Where is the fruit of the tree growing and the other dying?
Tradition. Nada mas.
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