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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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Lisa Beardslee, St. Clara's, Peru, NE, USA

I want to be taught.

Kelly Markham, St. Peter, Aurora, United States

We need to learn so that we can teach!

Sean Naughton, English Martyrs, 2 Mitcham Lane, London , London, United Kingdom

There is a burning desire in every human heart for the truth. The Church has lost a couple of generations of her children through our abandonment of the truth and its replacement by sentiment and superficial preaching whose only aim appears to be to avoid ever causing offence. With the virtual disappearance of preaching about the Most Holy Trinity, angels, Lucifer, the Fall, the demons, Hell, the Holy Mass as Calvary made present, The Church as the Bride of Christ, the glorious symphony of the Faith has been transmuted into a kind parody - musak for anaesthesis, rather than music that stirs the soul and calls the faithful to heroic virtue, to sainthood. Meanwhile we have been left defenceless and so many have been enslaved by the false creeds of secularism and the new paganism. Please enable our beloved priests to reveal to us our holy Faith in all its splendour. We can then win the world: “The truth is like a lion; you don’t have to defend it. Let it loose; it will defend itself.” St Augustine of Hippo.
God bless you all in this holy endeavour. Sean Naughton Ave Maria

Patricia E. Godfrey, Blessed Sacrament , New Rochelle, New York 10805, USA

Add a witten guide for the laity/faithful.

Karen Songe, St. Gregory Barbarigo, Houma LA , USA

Too many people have not received the proper Catechesis; this is very much needed. And the pulpit is the perfect place to start.

Trudy Ramsey, Callide Valley, Biloela, QLD, Australia

This would be a great initiative! We need all the help we can get to know, love and serve God.

Maureen P Scarpati, St. Bonaventure, Davie, Florida, USA


Gerri Hillis, St.Ann's, Charlotte,N.C., USA

It's a beautiful idea to instruct the faithful. Some have been misguided or not guided at all including myself. Thank you.

David Texley, St. Francis of Assissi, Necedah, WI, USA

Please empower our priests and deacons!

Sheila Wight, Holy Name, Coquille, Oregon, USA

I want our Catholic people to know their Faith so they can fully appreciate the great treasure they possess. The new evangelization, I recently learned, is the catechizing of those who are already Catholic but who do not know their Faith. Your idea sounds like an easy-to-implement and most effective way to promote the new evangelization that the Church has called for.