Papist Orthodoxy

September 26, 2009

How Do Eastern Catholic Clergy Mark the ‘Year for Priests’ Whose Patron is a ‘Latin’?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Antiochian-Thomist @ 9:52 pm

From Catholic News Service.

By Mark Pattison

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Much of the focus of U.S. commemorations and celebrations for the Year for Priests has been on Latin-rite priests, but priests in the Eastern Catholic Church also are marking the year, many by renewing their priesthood with retreats or days of recollection and also promoting vocations.


Chorbishop Saad said the St. Louis-based Maronite Eparchy of Our Lady of Lebanon would use the observance to “emphasize the ordination of all the orders this year (including minor orders and the diaconate), making sure everybody knows about them and mentions it as a way of tying it in with the Year for Priests and work for vocations. … These are the most teachable times for me.”

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