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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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.

Barbara Negvesky, Our Lady of Victory, Harvey' Lake, Pennsylvania, United States of America

Many Catholics need to refresh our Catholic principles and this initiative would be helpful as taught by a Priest.

Jason Reichenbach, Saint Martha's, Prestonsburg, Kentucky, USA

Let's do this.

Kristine Nolan, Berwyn, Berwyn, United States

Glad to see this! Very important in a world where many Catholics have not had a solid foundation in their faith.

Susan Palmer, prefer not to say, LONDON, England

I agree that we need more actual teaching from the sermon. Nearly everyone I know is sick and tired of boring 'thought for the day' anecdotes when there is such great teaching available. We have the media and government attacking us and Catholics unable to defend their faith and either feeling bullied or feeling resentful of being asked to sanction what the media describe as prejudice. Yet our position is by far the more logical when it is clearly explained.

kathleen caine, St. Clement's Church, Saratoga Springs, NY, Untied States of America

I have been longing for great teaching during the homily, always incorporating the Catechism to each sermon on Sunday so we can be faithfully taught. "My people parish for lack of knowledge." We need to be taught the true faith and not opinions and political niceties. This is a great way to teach the faith to the masses that are uncatechised.

Carmel nisha pius franco, bayonne, bayonne, United States

“I want to be taught”

Susan M Kaness, Nativity of Our Lord, Hatboro, PA , United States

Glad to see this initiative. God bles.

Father E.Arulappa, St.Mary Magdalene, Chennai, India

I want tobe taught

Fr. Paui Grala, S.O.L.T. , St. Gertrude Parish, Mora, NM, USA

I wish to continue to teach my parishioners the basics of the faith. God bless you!