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Prayer Campaign for the Institute’s National Shrine

As we now begin Phase II to build the Institute’s National Shrine, our Prior General, Monsignor Gilles Wach, and our Provincial Superior, Canon Matthew Talarico, ask us to pray publicly the Memorare  each day for this important intention: to build the Institute’s National Shrine to Christ the King.

With God, Nothing is Impossible

By the grace of Almighty God and because of your prayers and support, we have succeeded in accomplishing the previously unthinkable.  The Institute’s National Shrine of Christ the King , once a ruin slated for demolition, has been saved, secured and sheltered.  We could not have done this without your help, and on behalf of the Holy Infant King and the entire Institute family: Thank you. 

 

Film produced graciously by one of our Institute faithful

 

 

 

Kansas City, Missouri, now has a daily Traditional Latin Mass. The Kansas City Latin Mass Community has been assigned a priest of the Institute of Christ the King through the gracious invitation of the Most Rev. Robert W. Finn, Bishop of Kansas City-St. Joseph.

Upon the restructuring of the South City Deanery of St. Louis, Missouri, Archbishop Raymond L. Burke has assigned the church of St. Francis de Sales, known as the Cathedral of South St. Louis, to the care of the Institute of Christ the King, establishing it as an Oratory. Since January 2005 the Institute has had pastoral charge of the Latin Mass Apostolate of St. Louis, located at St. Agatha's Church, which, as of July 1, 2005, is now transferred to St. Francis de Sales Oratory.

On Sunday, May 29, 2005, Msgr. Gilles Wach, Superior of the Institute of Christ the King, celebrated Mass on the Feast of Corpus Christi at St. Margaret Mary's Church in Oakland and led the procession through the streets of the neighborhood.

Msgr. Michael Schmitz's interview about our Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI...