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REMINDER: All day procession from Dallas to Plano April 18, 2014

Posted by Tantumblogo in Admin, awesomeness, Basics, Ecumenism, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, Lent, Liturgical Year, manhood, Tradition, true leadership, Virtue.
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I blogged on Monday about the all-day procession taking place from Dallas to Plano.  The details are at that post if you want to join at the last minute.

But I mentioned how the priest leading that procession is one of those  younger priests that fills one with hope for the future.  While not traditional per se, he has many leanings in that direction.

Well, here he is today as the procession got started just a short while ago, rocking the cassock and biretta:

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God bless you Fr. Marco Rangel, this is an inspired idea.  And thanks so much to J Schwartz for his help, as well.

Yes, external signs such as cassock and biretta may not be as critical as what resides in the heart, but they are key  aspects of Catholic witness. I am so gratified to see young priests who understand the need for priests to give that witness constantly, and who are proud to wear the visible signs of their awesome vocation in public.

It is interesting that these two have been assigned to a parish that has long had a reputation as among the most liberal in the Diocese.  I pray they have a hand in changing that.

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Like I said, wonderful witness. I have had an on-again, off-again desire to just stand outside these whorehouses with a placard and pray on Friday or Saturday nights. I should have liked to have joined this procession.  We’re so tied up with wonderful things at our parish, but this is wonderful, too.

God bless you guys, this is beautiful.

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