Dear Friends of the Institute of Christ the King,
Ireland needs good vocations to the priesthood! To foster such vocations is one of the most important goals of our work on the Emerald Isle! It is for this purpose, that we need your help today!
As you may already know, we have been present in Ireland since 2006 and have recently established a permanent community with two priests, a seminarian, an oblate and a canditate at Sacred Heart Church, The crescent, in Limerick City. With the gracious assent of the Bishops, we celebrate the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite in several Irish dioceses. Our apostolate is consecrated in a special way to our Lady of Knock, Queen of Ireland!
The first vocational fruits for Ireland are already coming from this heavenly protection: Sister Anne-Marie of the Immaculate Conception is the first Irish novice for our female branch, the Sisters Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus.
More vocations have already presented themselves for the near future, this is the reason for our urgent appeal to you today: we need your generous support! Every donation you decide to make will directly help the vocational work of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest in Ireland!
Every first Friday of the month, the intentions of all donors will be included in a special way in the offering of the Holy Sacrifice in Honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Thus, you and your loved ones will gratefully be commemorated, and your intentions will not be forgotten!Your help really counts and your sacrificial generosity for the cause of the Blessed Lord is deeply appreciated.
Please study the enclosed leaflet and form carefully to be able to help foster good vocations in Ireland.
Young vocations in Ireland depend on your help. Please be generous! God will richly recompense your sacrifice. Every donation counts and is gratefully accepted.
With the promise of our faithful prayers, we greet you with profound gratitude and sincere appreciation.
Yours cordially in Christ the King,
Msgr. Michael Schmitz
Vicar General and Pro-Provincial
Canon Wulfran Lebocq
Prior of the Irish Apostolate
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