Peace on Earth to Men of Good Will By Bishop Karl Prüter Saint Willibrord Press 1969 The most astonishing thing about the Christmas story is the fact that the evangelist bothered to tell it. For we do not believe in Christ because of the circumstances surrounding His birth. And neither did the early disciples, for […]
Spiritual Freeloaders By Bishop Karl Prüter Saint Willibrord Press 1968 Last night I attended a social affair at the Boylston School Society, and I was much interested in observing the free spenders. At a table next to mine, there were several couples that engaged in a spirited struggle every time the waitress came with the […]
Prayer to Forgive God Come close, Lord, and hear my prayer as I come with great hesitation seeking reconciliation to you, my God. I find that my lips will hardly form these words, and yet, if I am honest, I know that at times there has been hidden in my heart a resentment toward you, […]
Christ Catholic Church Diocese of the Prince of Peace stands in solidarity with our LGBTQIAPP (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersexual, asexual, pansexual, polyamorous) sisters and brothers and all of God’s children as we struggle together against bigotry, oppression, intolerance, and injustice. And to this end we support and affirm The Affirmation Declaration. About The […]
Christ Catholic Church Archdiocese of the Prince of Peace stands in solidarity with our catholic sisters and brothers and all of God’s children as we struggle together against bigotry, oppression, and racial injustice. And to this end we support and affirm the Statement of Catholic Theologians on Racial Justice. Statement of Catholic Theologians on Racial […]
Following Christ’s commandment to love one another as He has loved us, Christ Catholic Church embraces and endorses the Charter For Compassion.
People ask us all the time, “Why don’t you become Episcopalians?” In doing so they have only expressed what others frequently think, but do not ask. In addition, there are many who must wonder why we don’t become Roman Catholics. In short, we have to say why, with all the churches around us, we still […]