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His Excellency Bishop Athanasius Schneider’s Visit Was a Remarkable Blessing October 21, 2019

Posted by Tantumblogo in awesomeness, Basics, Dallas Diocese, episcopate, FSSP, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, Latin Mass, Restoration, sanctity, Spiritual Warfare, thanksgiving, the struggle for the Church, Tradition, true leadership, Virtue.
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I will try to post a thorough recap of yesterday’s Pontifical High Mass tomorrow, but for now a few pictures of my family with Bishop Schneider which we were blessed to take after receiving the bishop’s blessing and having a short conversation with him.  He is a gentle and virtuous man, whose concern for souls is eminently apparent from even brief interaction with him.  I thank Bishop Burns of the Diocese of Dallas for letting both the Blessed Karl Symposium and the Pontifical High Mass, involving a foreign bishop, to take place, and I again thank David Ross for putting together the symposium and making this Mass possible.  That was a most commendable work, and I know it required a huge amount of effort.

Well, it only took 9+ years, but a bishop finally offered a Pontifical High Mass at Mater Dei, and he was from………….Kazakhstan.  Hurray for the Catholic Volga Germans:

Just a note, one of the kids in the picture was not mine, and one of mine was not present.  Also, my oldest daughter got cropped out of the picture by the person taking it, but you get the idea.

I hope to post more on the Pontifical High Mass tomorrow, I planned to post complete coverage today but the Pachamama destruction came up and that was most important.

A few more to tide you over:

Comments

1. Baseballmomof8 - October 21, 2019

What a blessing for all of you! And such a beautiful family… hope all are doing well 🙂

2. Chapin - October 23, 2019

Love that beautiful family!

3. Trg - October 25, 2019

You have a beautiful family. If I could speak to a bishop, I would ask him why he or any other bishop won’t rebuke Francis to his face. I’m tired of interviews or books telling him off without mentioning his name. I think it was this bishop that was in Rome within a few steps from the churchwhere the false idols were. I heard this on Ann B’s podcast. I think he’s the bishop but I could be wrong.

4. Tim - October 26, 2019

Great pictures!


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