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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Maxine, HL, Hatch, Great Britain
Appreciate the recommendation. Let me try it out.
Joe, St. Patricks, Brooklyn, United States

This is a great initiative. There is a reason the pews are empty each Sunday and that 90% of attendees are old people. Young adults see no meaning to go to church because they have no clue of why we are on earth. i.e. The Fall, Satan, Sin, The Resurrection etc.

Joe Danzi, St. Patricks, Brooklyn, New York, United States

I think this is a fantastic initiative...for too long there have been boring homilies that do not inspire and energize the laity to spread the faith. There is a reason the pews are empty and young adults are turned off by church. We should not be ashamed that we are the Faith founded by Christ Himself.

God bless your efforts.

Marie Campbell, longford, longford, Ireland

Yes as a Legion of Mary we visited junior schools and found that children are hungry for information on Our Blessed Lady and her Son Jesus. I am also amazed at the lack of Faith and knowledge within our Catholic community. There is so much information and knowledge to give to people. A school of Our Blessed Lady and then another school on Jesus and The Eucharist, and then The Trinity. Such a power house of Education.
Our children are not being educated properly without our Christian Faith.

Boris Musich, Immaculate Conception, Astoria, NY, Astoria, NY, USA

This is a good idea.

Georgiana Pinwill, NA, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia

Ive heard of this idea before and think it the best way to teach everything the church knows as True. This will fill holes in people's knowledge; and because most church going Catholics don't have time for extra classes on the Faith, it needs to be learned in Mass. We all need comprehensive refreshers as a part of compulsory mass attendance.

Kieran Walton, Maternal Heart, Lewisham, Sydney, Australia

I support this initiative.

Paula Madigan, St Benedict's Catholic Church, Richmond, VA, USA

I support this initiative.

Christine Macdonald, St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church, Ukiah, CA, USA

We need this because many of the people in our parish -children, teens and adults - have probably never read the Catechism.

Robert Florin, Holy Name of Jesus , New Rochelle N.Y., United States

This is a great Idea. I teach CCD in another church and the lack of faith and knowledge is amazing.

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