History of Fatima
Video - From
Novus Ordo Watch.
Our guests in the month
of April, the word passed?
I decided to
write a few words from the master of this page:
www.rosarychapel.net Regarding our young guests who
visited us at Mass on Sunday, 04/23/2017, who
decided to undertake work in the divine ministry of
our God, and are in the seminary, at the beginning
of their journey to serve God and our parishioners.
Written by Fr. Rodriguez are three seminarians from
Bishop Pivarunas' seminary in Omaha, Ne. Left to
right, Bradley Parker (from Australia), Tien Le
(From Vietnam), and Denis McGuire
(from our parish). They need great support and
prayer from us parishioners to make their way
through God this way is dreadful because we know
that it is to the road very bumpy, especially in the
present time. These new Catholic seminarians of our
Catholic Traditional Catholic Mass are to be our way
I added photos and information that
will allow us to approach their place where they
learn to prepare for priestly work.
welcomed three seminarians this week from Bishop
Pivarunas’ seminary in Omaha, Ne. Left to right,
Bradley Parker (from Australia), Tien Le (From Vietnam), Fr. Rodriguez, and Denis McGuire (from
our parish). Denis will be receiving Tonsure in
May and the other two will each be receiving
Exorcist and Acolyte orders.
after Mass combined with conversation with the
Pivarunas entered the religious life in
September of 1974. After a year’s
postulancy, he entered the novitiate on
September 8, 1975, taking the religious name
of Brother Mary Tarcisius. He made his first
profession of vows on September 12, 1976.
Four years later, on the same feast day, he
made his final profession of vows in the
Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen.
Since his elevation to
the episcopacy by the Most Reverend Moises Carmona
on September 24, 1991, Bishop Pivarunas has founded
and operated Mater Dei Seminary at his parish in
location: west central Nebraska
Omaha, NE 68134
Phone: (402) 571-4404
Fax: (402) 571-3383
Commemorates the triumphal entry of Jesus into
Jerusalem, where he would be crucified five days
later. According to the Gospels, Jesus rode into
town on a donkey as exuberant crowds hailed him as
the Messiah and spread out palm branches and cloaks
in his path.
The event commemorated on
Palm Sunday is told in all four gospels (Matthew 21,
Mark 11, Luke 19, John 12). The Matthew narrative,
the one most commonly read in services on Palm
Sunday, tells the story this way:
Question for Reflection
The crowds refused to see Jesus Christ as he
truly was, placing their personal desires on him
instead. Who is Jesus for you? Is he someone whom
you want to satisfy your selfish wants and goals, or
is he Lord and Master who gave up his life to save
you from your sins?