The Archbishop’s Pastoral Letter on Human Love. Please click on the link above to open the file. You will need Acrobat Reader to open it.
As we begin the month of July during which it is traditional to focus devotion on the Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, it is worthwhile reading the Apostolic Letter of St John XXIII from 1960:
Unlimited is the effectiveness of the God-Man’s Blood — just as unlimited as the love that impelled him to pour it out for us, first at his circumcision eight days after birth, and more profusely later on in his agony in the garden, in his scourging and crowning with thorns, in his climb to Calvary and crucifixion, and finally from out that great wide wound in his side which symbolizes the divine Blood cascading down into all the Church’s sacraments. Such surpassing love suggests, nay demands, that everyone reborn in the torrents of that Blood adore it with grateful love. —Apostolic Letter, Inde a Primis, St John XXIII, 30 June…
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The National Catholic Church offers its warmest and sincerest congratulations to Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, HRH Prince George of Cambridge, HRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall and to HM The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh on the birth today of HRH The Princess of Cambridge.
++ Peter Anglianensis
For the retired South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who has cancelled his attendance in Rome at a meeting of Nobel Laureates due to his undergoing new treatment for prostate cancer.
Archbishop Tutu works so hard, even at the age of 83, to promote the message of forgiveness that the late President Nelson Mandela promoted so eloquently and humbly following his release from prison. He works tirelessly to promote forgiveness, justice, peace and equality and we pray that he may continue this work for many years to come.
Saint Michael the Archangel and Saint Luke, Patron of Physicians, pray for him.