Our Voices

Our Church needs your voice! Join us in asking the Magisterium to grant us an Ordinary Sunday catechetical lectionary for use in every parish around the world. This initiative is in full communion with the Roman Catholic Church, and will always be obedient to the Magisterium. Simply add your thoughts or comments on this page. Simple comment such as “I want to be taught”, or “I support this initiative” is totally acceptable. Please be sure to put down your name, parish, city, country for statistical analysis purpose. Be sure to pass this on and share it with others!

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Carole Smith, Folkestone, Folkestone, United Kingdom

We need to hear our parish priests preaching and teaching us about the Catholic faith.

Julia A.Gervasi, Monastery of The Precious Blood, Ft. 5400 Ft. Hamilton Pkwy, Brooklyn, New York , United States

God Bless Msgr. Reilly & All fellow priests & laity doing God's work!!!

Diane Keck, St Joseph, Dickinson, ND 58601, USA

“I want to be taught”, Please!!

Scott Sexton, St. Mary, Vacaville, CA, United States

Sounds like a great idea, worthy of including in our prayer intentions

peggy grome, St. Aloysius Gonzaga (Bridgetown), Cincinnati, Ohio 45248, USA

Hopefully the Catholic church will wake up and realize that Catholics (in general) today do not understand what they are to believe,and do not KNOW what they are to believe as members of the Catholic church. Fewer children can attend Catholic schools because of the cost. At mass, the priest is not suppossed to "teach" at the homily. So the average Catholic gets NO catechesis. VERY few study on their own between the Sunday mass's on Sunday. It is not hard to figure out why the Catholic Church is loosing people faster than we bring them into the church. How can people LOVE the Cahtolic Faith AND live it if they don't KNOW it and what it is about? WAKE UP!!!! It is not the 1900's. We as a church need to address the needs of the people, and the church in 2016 is NOT doing that!
Please, take the opportunity you have while you have people at mass, and help them understand the great gift we have not only in the Eucharist, but in the Catholic Church itself. Most are clueless!

Frederick Marks, N/A, Forest Hills, NY 11375, USA

Great idea.

Sandy Graham, St. Joseph's Honey-Creek, Bulverde, Texas, United States

I pray this request will be granted! It's such a fantastic way to make it easier for priests and deacons to weave the catechism into their weekly sermons!

Patricia Titus, Our Lady of Victory , Lackawanna,NY, U.S.

I support this initiative

Diane Aschnewitz, Fergus Falls, Fergus Falls, United States

Our children need this!

Shane Leslie Mattison (Monk Jona), St John the Evangelist Ordinariate Church of the Chair of St Peter, Calgary, Alberta., Canada

I deeply believe our fellow Catholics need to be Catechized in an orderly way and the best way would be to order the weekly Sunday Scripture Readings to be based on the Compendium and Catechism of the Catholic Church. Ms Daphne McLeod said the same thing after 60 years of teaching the faith in Britain.