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  • May 29, 2008

    Priestly Ordinations conferred by Cardinal George

    On May 29, 2008, Rev. Anthony Rice, S.J.C. and Rev. Bartholomew Juncer, S.J.C. were ordained to the priesthood by His Eminence, Francis Cardinal George, Archbishop of Chicago for the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius. The Mass of Ordination was … Read On »
  • May 27, 2008

    Canons study Latin in Rome

    For two months in the summer of 2008, Br. Robin Kwan, S.J.C., and Br. Brian Schaefer, S.J.C., are studying Latin with the world-renowned Latinist, Fr. Reginald Foster in Rome. During their visit the brothers will reside with the Norbertine Fathers … Read On »
  • April 8, 2008

    Pope Recieves Chalice from Fr. Phillips

    From April 8-17, 2008, members of the Canons Regular went on pilgrimage to Rome to visit the major basilicas and attend an audience with the Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI. Prior to this pilgrimage, parishioners of St. John Cantius donated … Read On »
  • October 3, 2007

    Death of Fr. Burns Seeley, S.J.C.

    After a long illness, Father Burns Seeley, SJC, fortified by the reception of Holy Communion, journeyed into eternity on October 3, 2007, at about 5:30 p.m. Members of the community and his family were with him in those final days. … Read On »
  • September 1, 2007

    One Rite, Two Forms: The Liturgical Life of St. John Cantius

    Sacred Music Interviews Fr. Dennis Kolinski, S.J.C. Sacred Music, Fall 2007 “Bi-ritual” is what these parishes have been called. Here the 1962 Missal and the 1970 Missal live side by side, precisely as Pope Benedict XVI envisions in Summorum Pontificum, … Read On »
  • May 31, 2007

    If you build it they will come

    Pope Benedict, by all accounts. has a motu proprio – a papal decree – ready that when issued will lift the restrictions on the celebration of the Old Mass. Rumours of its announcement have provoked quite varied reactions. The French … Read On »


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