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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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Bobby Schindler, St. Margaret, Narberth, Pa, USA

Something desperately needed!

Kathleen O'Connell, St. Patrick's Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, NY , USA

This idea is long overdue. Young Catholics want to know everything there is about our beautiful faith. This is a wonderful way to insure that they begin to appreciate Christ's teachings.

Patrick Murphy, St. Patrick's Ft. Hamilton, Brooklyn, NY , USA

Great idea. You have to know the Faith before you can share the Faith.

Juliet Ngauamo, Sacred Heart, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

It's impossible to separate the Will of God from the teachings of the Holy Church. I hope, pray and know that this initiative will lead souls back to God.
Yes, I want to be taught! :)

Humphrey Gerard Mazza, Saint Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Brooklyn, New York 11209, USA

The importance of a powerful homily is immeasurable. Based on the Holy Scripture not conjecture or popular opinion. What encouraged me into the Catholic Pro-Life movement was a great Homily given by the late Monsignor Joseph K. Parks in December 1990 at St. Pat's church in Bayridge Brooklyn, my birthplace and baptism place. In that Homily, Monsignor Parks compared being Pro-Life in this world with Saint John the Baptist, and having his vigor and attitude. Remember as Scripture states, Our Lord Jesus Christ did not come into the world to join but divide. And with that Blessed Pope John Paul II stated in his encyclical The Gospel of Life, "An urgent worldwide chorus of prayer is urgently needed,... for the cause of life." We pray that travels past the Holy Vatican to Heaven and wewanttobetaught.com the true meaning of scripture and the fortitude, faith and action of our Lord/friend Christ Jesus.

Mary Doman, St. Titus, East Norriton, PA, United States

This sounds great!!!! We need more teaching about the faith! I'm hoping this helps priests and doesn't burden them :)

Laura Marcianesi, Monastery of the Precious Blood, Brooklyn, NY, USA

yes! I want to be taught!

Charles Wright, Our Saviour, New York, NY, USA

It has been said that "the Church is the most misunderstood institution on earth, especially by Catholics". Can't think of anything more timely and necessary than this idea.

If it is true that "knowledge is power", then perhaps one reason the Body of Christ has seemed to lack power in the face of its enemies is that it has lacked knowledge.

Harry Tillotson, St. Edward on the Lake, Fort Gratiot, Michigan 48059, USA

Great Idea.

Annie McDonald, St. Mary of the Mills, Baltimore, MD, United States

Please print the Ordinary Sunday catechetical lectionary for use in every parish around the world.

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