Dissenting Clergy Have No One To Blame But Themselves

On September 10, 2012, in Press Releases, by CCC

DISSENTING CLERGY HAVE NO ONE TO BLAME BUT THEMSELVES FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SAN DIEGO, CA (September 7, 2012) – Father John Trigilio, Jr., President of the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy (a national association of more than 500 priests and deacons), publicly repudiates the Austrian Priests’ Initiative, “Call to Disobedience.” Recently, Msgr. Helmut Schüller gave an […]

Cardinal Dolan’s Benedictions at the 2012 Conventions

On September 10, 2012, in News, by CCC

Cardinal Dolan’s Benediction at Democratic National Convention 2012 Almighty God, father of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, revealed to us so powerfully in your Son, Jesus Christ, we thank you for showering your blessings upon this our beloved nation. Bless all here present, and all across this great land, who work hard for the day when […]

Dreadful Church teaching defender Bishop to address Catholic priests

On September 10, 2012, in CCC News, by CCC

The forthcoming Colloquium of the British Province of the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy will take place from 23-24 October. I mentioned before that my good friend Bishop Philip Egan will be there. He is celebrating Mass on the first day and preaching. The talk on the first evening will be given by Fr Uwe Michael […]

Catholic Action; Faithful Citizenship – Vol. 1, Part 1

On August 22, 2012, in Articles, by CCC

Deacon Joseph B. Gorini, Mechanicsburg PA Catholic Action; Faithful Citizenship – Volume 1, Part 1 “Catholic Action” is the organized work of the laity that is performed under the direction or mandate of a bishop in the fields of dogma, morals, liturgy, education, and charity. In 1927 Pope Pius XI gave the term its classical […]

Unforgettable Images of the Priesthood

On June 18, 2012, in Articles, by CCC

  BY TOM HOOPES Another year, another celebrity priest ends his career in scandal. No doubt there are many cautionary lessons to learn from these sad stories about the spiritual dangers of fame and the need to always watch and pray. But I learned something else. It occurred to me that the images of the […]

Advance Notice – 2015 International Conference

On June 11, 2012, in CCC News, by CCC

An international conference for English speaking clergy, jointly organised by the Confraternities of Catholic Clergy in America, Australia and the United Kingdom, is planned for 2015. In view of the success of the international conference of 2010, the conference will be held in Rome. We will once again return to the Casa St Martha. No […]

Catholic Church op-ed is filled with falsehoods

On June 11, 2012, in Articles, Editorial, by CCC

Dr. James F. Drane wrote an offensive and illogical op-ed (“Today’s Vatican culture is still stuck in the past,” May 20 – link to article). As a bioethicist, he should restrict his pontificating to areas of medicine and its moral application. Pejorative slanders such as calling bishops “theologically unsophisticated” and naive do not prove his premise. […]

Hundreds of clergy unite to pray Rosary for world’s priests

On June 11, 2012, in Articles, by CCC

New York City, N.Y., Jun 9, 2012 / 07:26 am (CNA).- On June 15, as the Catholic Church celebrates both the Feast of the Sacred Heart and World Priest Day, over 500 priests and deacons will pray the Rosary at 60 shrines in 60 countries around the world. “At this time in history, we priests […]

World Priest Day 2012 – Rosary Rally For Priests

On June 6, 2012, in Press Releases, by CCC

(Press Release San Diego, CA – June 5, 2012) Over 500 priests and deacons of the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy endorse WORLD PRIEST DAY 2012 and its ROSARY RALLY FOR PRIESTS sponsored by WorldPriest.com around the globe. “The connection between the Rosary and the Priesthood is indispensable. From Saint Dominic to Popes John Paul II […]

The Typical “New Priest”

On May 24, 2012, in Articles, by CCC

The typical member of the ordination class of 2012 is a 31-year cradle Catholic who prayed the Rosary and took part in Eucharistic adoration before entering seminary, according to a survey of 304 of the 487 men slated to be ordained to the priesthood in the United States this year. The survey was conducted by […]