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NORTH CAROLINA

Diocese of Raleigh, Diocese of Charlotte, SSPX in NC


Let us pray for our Sovereign Pontiff Francis:

"The Lord preserve him and give him life, and make him blessed upon the earth; and deliver him not up to the will of his enemies"

A Call for Unity Amongst Traditional Catholics:


"Ecce quam bonum et quam iucundum..."

The division of the Traditional Catholic world was a master stroke by the enemies of the 1962 Missal and of the Roman Catechism. They have managed to sow discord between friends and to establish fratricidal hatred among priests who used to march together hand in hand. The first group began to treat their brothers as radicals, the second called the others sellouts. The former were convinced that those who remained under Abp. Lefebvre would soon fall in total schism, and the latter thought with certitude that their former brothers would abandon both Mass and Catechism.

What can we say more than a quarter-century later? That, on both sides, these judgments were, in great measure, overreactions.

On its own side, for all its known problems, the Society of Saint Pius X did not become schismatic or a parallel "church". It has always kept contacts with Rome and has made what it considered necessary in order to regularize its situation with the successive popes, even if, for reasons that its superiors considers prudential (and with which the moderator may prudentially disagree), regularization has not been achieved for the moment. On the other side, the Ecclesia Dei communities never abandoned the Traditional Mass, nor traditional Catechesis.

It must be said in all honesty: on the side of the SSPX, recognition of the Pope remains, and the desire for its work to be recognized is still sought, according to different measures that vary from person to person. On the side of the Ecclesia Dei communities, there remains a disapproval of the new Mass (regardless of the fact that it is considered both valid and legitimate) and of the alteration of traditional doctrine, both of which are also expressed differently from person to person. The exceptions within these groups confirm the rule in both communities.

A problem has been that, throughout the years, some religious authorities, while the situation remained by itself already quite confusing, proclaimed fatwas, dogmatizing attitudes that would require a certain pliancy and lots of understanding. We heard, for instance: "Visiting the SSPXers? Don't even think about it, or you'll be excommunicated!" Or still: "Go to a Mass with those sellouts? You'll lose your faith there!"

In the documentary on the life of Abp. Lefebvre which was recently released in America, a famous professor and journalist, Jean Madiran, who had distanced himself from the SSPX in 1988, made nonetheless this brave declaration regarding the Lefebvre consecrations: "It is hard for me to say today that he was mistaken." Since he passed away in 2013, it is, at least in a small way, his testament. That the most famous French layman of the Traditionalist struggle is willing to affirm this soon before dying should make us ponder. Many faithful in the young generation refuse this mutual demonization whose only motivation seems to be the fear of having some sheep escape to the neighboring pasture.

Now, is this text an appeal to mix everything up? Absolutely not. May each one continue to advance in one's own post. The scenario that has come up in the past few decades, even more so after the motu proprio "Summorum Pontificum" of Benedict XVI, is the worst thing that the Progressives could have imagined considering the very dire circumstances of the 1969-1988 period: a Society of Saint Pius X that remains somewhat strong, and that keeps presenting to Rome its doctrinal misgivings; and Ecclesia Dei communities that spread out throughout the world, slowly but surely, and with great determination, making clear to the bishops every single day what the Church has always willed and stood for, especially in liturgical matters. Are not both in a way the heirs of Marcel Lefebvre, who unfailingly asked for the "experience of Tradition" to be allowed?

Now then, what is to be done in the future? The forceful proclamation of the faith! And to work cum et sub Petro without complaining! May the fans of the Ecclesia Dei and Summorum Pontificum communities not be afraid of the first response. And may those of the Society of Saint Pius X not shy away from the second. In times of troubled waters and unknown obstacles, the unity of all likeminded traditional Catholics is essential, with mutual tolerance and acceptance.


Diocese of Raleigh

http://www.dioceseofraleigh.org/home/index.aspx

27587 - WAKE FOREST Saint Catherine of Siena Church 520 W. Holding Ave
Wed 6pm, Holy Hour 5pm
Phone: (919) 570-0070
Fax: (919) 570-0071
http://saintcatherinesienawf.org

Diocese (Fr. Philip M. Tighe, Pastor)


27603 - RALEIGH - Sacred Heart Cathedral 226 Hillsborough Street
1st Sun 4:30pm
http://www.sacredheartcathedral.org

Diocese (Fr. Paul Parkerson)


27804 - ROCKY MOUNT - Our Lady of Perpetual Help 328 Hammond Street
Tue, 8am
Sat 8am (telephone to confirm)
Sun 6pm
Phone 252-972-0452
http://www.olphrm.com olphjewell@embarqmail.com

Diocese (Fr. Tim Meares, Pastor)


27889 - WASHINGTON - Mother of Mercy 112 West 9th St
No TLM scheduled
Phone (252) 946-2941

Diocese (Fr. Brendan Buckler, Administrator)


28328 - CLINTON - Immaculate Conception 104 E. John Street
Mon 9am.
Phone 910-592-1384
http://icclintonnc.org/

Diocese (Fr. Mark J. Betti, Pastor)


28335 - DUNN - Sacred Heart 106 South McKay? Ave.
Wed 6:30pm
Fri 9am
1st Sat 10am
Sun 9am (English homily) & 12pm (Spanish homily)
Phone (910) 891-1972
www.sacredheartdunnnc.org

Diocese (Fr. Paul Parkerson, Pastor)


28401 - WILMINGTON - St. Mary, 220 South Fifth Street (mailing address: 412 Ann Street)
4th Sun, 7pm (call for confirmation)
Phone (910) 762-5491
http://thestmaryparish.org/

Diocese (Fr. Mark J. Betti)


27530 - GOLDSBORO - Old St. Mary Church 215 E Mulberry St
1st and 3rd Sun 5:00 pm, Confessions 4:00 pm
Pho (919) 736-0096
http://www.sspx.org/Chapels_Pages/goldsboro_nc.htm

SSPX ( Fr. Timothy Sick)


27587 - WAKE FOREST (Youngsville/Raleigh) - Holy Redeemer Church 1841 N. White St
2nd, 4th, 5th Sun 5:00 pm, Confessions 4:00pm
Pho (919) 556-8658
http://www.sspx.org/Chapels_Pages/raleigh_nc.htm

SSPX ( Fr. Timothy Sick)


Diocese of Charlotte

http://www.charlottediocese.org/

27403 - GREENSBORO - Our Lady of Grace Church, 2205 West Market Street
Every Sunday 1pm beginning 09 Nov 2014
Palm Sunday 1:30pm March 29
Low Sunday 1:30pm April 12
Phone: (336) 274-6520
http://www.olgchurch.org

Diocese (Fr. Eric Kowalski, Pastor, Fr. Jason Barone, Curate)


28052 - GASTONIA - St. Michael the Archangel, 708 St Michael's Lane
Tuesdays and Saturdays (except 1st Sat) at 8:15 am
Phone : (704) 867-6212
http://www.stmichaelsgastonia.org StMichaelGastonia@charlottediocese.org

Diocese (Fr. Matthew Buettner, Pastor)


28147 - SALISBURY - Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 375 Lumen Christi Lane
Sun 4pm, Confessions 3:00-3:30pm
Wed 6pm
Phone : (704) 633-0591
http://www.salisburycatholic.org/church/ sacredheart@salisburycatholic.org SacredHeartSalisbury@charlottediocese.org
https://www.facebook.com/groups/554426951238573/

Diocese: (Very Rev. John Eckert, Pastor; Fr. Noah Carter, Curate)


28209 - CHARLOTTE - St. Ann Church, 3635 Park Rd
Sun 12:30pm
Wed 6pm, Holy Hour 5pm
Phone: (704) 523-4641
http://www.stanncharlotte.org

Diocese (Fr. Timothy Reid, Pastor)


28213 - CHARLOTTE - Saint Thomas Aquinas, 1400 Suther Road
Wed 7pm, Exposition and Confessions 6pm
1st Sat 8:30am
Phone: (704) 549-1607
Fax: (704) 549-1614
http://www.stacharlotte.com StThomasCharlotte@charlottediocese.org

Diocese (Rev. Patrick J. Winslow, Pastor; Rev. Jason Christian, Curate; Rev. Matthew Kauth, in residence)


28752 - MARION - Our Lady of the Angels, 258 North Garden Street
Labor Day-Memorial Day Sun 9am (telephone to confirm)
Phone: (828) 559-0678
olotachurch@gmail.com OLAMarion@charlottediocese.org

Diocese (Fr. Carl Kaltreider, Parochial Administrator)


28786 - WAYNESVILLE - Saint John the Evangelist, 234 Church Street
Wed 7pm, Holy Hour and Confessions 6pm
Phone: (828) 456-6707
http://www.stjohnwaynesville.org stjohn23@charter.net StJohnWaynesville@charlottediocese.org

Diocese (Reverend Fr. Christopher M. Riehl)


28120 - CHARLOTTE (Mount Holly) - St. Anthony of Padua Church 108 Horseshoe Bend Beach Road
Confession's, beginning half an hour before each Mass
Sat 5:00 pm
Sun 9:00 am
Pho (704) 827-8676
http://archives.sspx.org/Chapels_Pages/charlotte_nc.htm

SSPX ( Fr. Timothy Sick)

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