CACINA

Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion

Posted in church events by revmtheogene on March 29, 2021

Mother Monica Kennedy is the Pastor of Saint Charles of Brazil which is a CACINA parish located at 116 Marydell Road in Linthicum, Maryland (Anne Arundel County). The church shares space with St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church.

Website: https://www.stcharlesofbrazil.org     Facebook.com/St. Charles of Brazil Independent Catholic Church

YouTube.com/ St. Charles of Brazil     Live streaming Mass every Sunday at 10:30 am on Facebook and YouTube.

Mother Monica Kennedy celebrates a week day Mass on Tuesday mornings on our national church Facebook page at Facebook.com/ Catholic Apostolic Church in North America

 

 

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Fr. Joseph Reynolds, Chancellor

9314 Doris Dr.

Oriental, NC 28571

Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion

Posted in church events by revmtheogene on March 29, 2021

 

Father Victor Ray, is the Pastor of Saint Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Community. He is assisted by Deacon Barbara Fichter and Rev. Mary Foley of the Roman Catholic Women Priests movement (RCWP). The Church is a CACINA parish located at 3803 Haines Road North in St. Petersburg, Florida. (Pinellas County) The church shares space at Allendale United Methodist Church.

Website: https://www.stoccc.org     Facebook.com/St. Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Community

Youtube.com/ St. Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Community     Live streaming Mass every Sunday at 10:30 am on Facebook and YouTube.

Father Victor Ray celebrates a mid-week Mass on Wednesdays at 9:00 am which is live streamed on our national church Facebook page at Facebook.com/ Catholic Apostolic Church in North America

 

 

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Fr. Joseph Reynolds, Chancellor

9314 Doris Dr.

Oriental, NC 28571

CACINA Tuesday night Praying and Sharing

Posted in church events by revmtheogene on March 23, 2021

 

 

 

Join us for a time of Praying and Sharing

Every Tuesday evening at 6:30pm – via Zoom

Next meeting is March 30th – 2021

Click this Zoom link to join the meeting:
https://zoom.us/j/94588058594?pwd=VzlMcHRPc01iNlNsRXZ0WmhGK2lWQT09

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Our mailing address is:

Fr. Joseph Reynolds, Chancellor

9314 Doris Dr.

Oriental, NC 28571

 

Holy Land Pilgrimage

Posted in church events by revmtheogene on March 23, 2021

 

Holy Land Pilgrimage

11 people are on-board to travel to the Holy Land
Leaving February 14th – 2022

Contact Bishop Tony Green if you are interested in going on the pilgrimage.
revtonygreen@gmail.com or 800-603-0644

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Fr. Joseph Reynolds, Chancellor

9314 Doris Dr.

Oriental, NC 28571

Rosary Group

Posted in church events by revmtheogene on March 23, 2021

Rosary Group – All Are Welcome to Join

Topic: Rosary
Time: March 28th at 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/98574613360?pwd=S0NVaWZ0ampKQ1RhWUFMRXJYc3RyZz09

Meeting ID: 985 7461 3360
Passcode: 094365

 

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Fr. Joseph Reynolds, Chancellor

9314 Doris Dr.

Oriental, NC 28571

CACINA Announces a New Mission

Posted in church events, saints by revmtheogene on March 23, 2021

 

 

Deacon GW Ferris is currently assigned to the St. John of God Parish in Schenectady, New York (Schenectady County)

The CACINA Diocese of Little Portion and
St. John of God Parish are Proud to Announce

A New Mission for Outreach
to the Transgender Community

St. Wilgefortis transMISSION

Deacon Gary Ferris will lead a new mission for transgender people and allies
that is scheduled to launch July 1st – 2021.
Watch for more details in the coming months.

Click HERE to hear a song about St. Wilgefortis

 

 

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Fr. Joseph Reynolds, Chancellor

9314 Doris Dr.

Oriental, NC 28571

EASTER IN JERUSALEM

Posted in christian, Christianity, church events by revmtheogene on March 23, 2021

 

 

EASTER IN JERUSALEM
Saturday April 3, 2021 

Saturday April 3 | 9am PT | 12pm ET | 7pm Palestine

The first Easter celebration took place in Jerusalem. The Palestinian Christian community has kept the celebration going ever since. Every year on Holy Saturday Palestinians participate in a unique commemoration of the resurrection via a stream of candles from the Church of the Resurrection (Holy Sepulchre). Last year the pandemic didn’t allow this unique tradition. Friends of Sabeel North America and our partners Sabeel Jerusalem (The Palestinian Liberation Theology Center) created a virtual worship service to continue the spirit of the tradition. We will again offer the powerful service in which all participate with Palestinian Christians in their traditions, and connect with their current struggles. Like those living in the land in the time of Christ, Palestinians are under a brutal military occupation. Like the early Church, Palestinians find hope in Jesus’ message of liberation, his solidarity with the oppressed, and his resurrection. Our preachers this year to further the themes of interconnected liberation struggles. Palestinian Christian activists Nora Carmi and Jean Zaru will be joined by Bishop William J Barber II, of the New Poor People’s Campaign. Plus, we will participate in a ceremony led by Canon Naim Ateek. This ceremony will bring together a community of care to work for collective liberation. 

 

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CACINA Parish received blessed medals of St. Mother Teresa

Posted in church events, homily, inspirational by revmtheogene on March 21, 2021

 

 

Father Victor Ray, is the Pastor of Saint Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Community. He is assisted by Deacon Barbara Fichter and Rev. Mary Foley of the Roman Catholic Women Priests movement (RCWP). The Church is a CACINA parish located at 3803 Haines Road North in St. Petersburg, Florida. (Pinellas County) The church shares space at Allendale United Methodist Church.

Website: https://www.stoccc.org     Facebook.com/St. Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Community

Youtube.com/ St. Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Community     Live streaming Mass every Sunday at 10:30 am on Facebook and YouTube.

Father Victor Ray celebrates a mid-week Mass on Wednesdays at 9:00 am which is live streamed on our national church Facebook page at Facebook.com/ Catholic Apostolic Church in North America

 

My Sisters and Brothers;

Today our parish received a medal that Mother Teresa of Calcutta, kissed and blessed and gave to Buddhist Teacher to be given to the sisters in Seoul, Korea, 24 years ago. Dr. Frank Tedesco served in Calcutta 24 years ago with the Missionaries of Charity in the house Mother Teresa lived. As described the conditions of where the children lived was poor and required a thorough cleaning twice a week. Mother was very ill while he was there she later died a few months later. She gave him an envelop filled with, Miraculous Medals to be given to the Sisters in Seoul but things happened when he returned and the medals were misplaced. Frank was called back to the states to Largo, Florida to take care of his dying mother. He had a packing company come and pack his home in Seoul and everything was bubble wrapped and boxed. A few weeks ago he found a couple of boxes he had yet to unwrap and low and behold he found the medals. He made frantic calls to Seoul and then to the sisters in Calcutta. The head sister in Calcutta told him to distribute the medals to those he found to be worthy wherever he travels. He contacted me because we served on the Interfaith committee and knew I was the Pastor of St Teresa. I wrote to Frank and asked if our parish could receive a medal. Today at Mass he presented the medal. Since Mother kissed the medal and blessed it and has now become a Saint…we are treating the medal as a sacred relic. Please see his letter he sent out.

 

Fr. Victor Ray

Mother Teresa: Blessings delayed but not forgotten

By Choe Chong-dae

Regardless of religion, philosophy, race, wealth and political influence, Mother Teresa (1910-1997) was revered by millions as a true mother, philanthropist and an extraordinarily special being. She strove to lessen human suffering in the midst of hate, war and widespread apostasy. Her strength, wisdom, courage and unconditional affection for all- to feed the hungry, protect the underprivileged and nurture neglected children- deeply touched me. Her life of service still fills me with awe.

Mother Teresa was a humble Albanian Catholic sister with neither wealth nor power. She gave of herself to others with tireless energy and without any expectation of return. I am moved by her lifelong compassion for the poorest of the poor.

Why am I writing about the saintly Mother Teresa? It’s an interesting, uncommon story.

An old American friend, Dr. Frank Tedesco, was a long-time expat in Korea when he flew to India for a conference and post-doctoral research in early 1997.  On his way back home to his family in Seoul, he decided to volunteer for a few days at a disabled children’s’ home in Calcutta run by Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity. Frank was scheduled to have a personal audience with the Holy Mother. He was unable to meet the holy woman, however, because she was very weak and ailing. She passed away due of a series of illnesses later that year. In lieu of meeting Mother Teresa in person, her attending sister gave Frank an envelope containing a handful of small Virgin Mary medallions which were blessed by the Holy Mother. He was asked to share them with the Missionaries of Charity sisters in Korea when he returned to Seoul. Somehow, due to the chaos of multiple relocations, the envelope was put in a safe place, and then forgotten. Twenty-four years later, Frank, now 74, found the envelope in a dusty, old suitcase in his garage in Florida. To his shock and chagrin, he realized that he failed to keep his promise to share the blessings of Mother Teresa with the sisters in Korea!

The yellowing envelope included a note to the Indian head sister in Korea and an old address and phone number. Being aware of my interest in religious matters when we worked on translations together, Frank, a Buddhist scholar (and fallen Catholic!) called me last week to trace the current address of the convent. He wanted the blessed medallions to reach their destined hands in Korea at last. Although I am not Catholic but a follower of Chondo-gyo (Dong-hak, Eastern Learning), the most influential native religion in Korea, the blessed medallions reminded me of the lofty philanthropic spirit of Mother Teresa.

I managed to contact the Missionaries of Charity in Incheon to trace Sister Drusella, the “point person”, mentioned in the old note. I learned that Sister Drusella had returned to the Missionaries of Charity home in Calcutta years ago. And there are many “Drusellas” among the good sisters! The very busy Mission Home there does not use email, either. You can imagine that much has changed in India since Mother’s death and beatification, but the sisters still adhere to the rules of obedience to the order.

When the head sister in Incheon learned that Frank, a former Peace Corps leprosy control volunteer, has been a long-time hospice chaplain and end-of-life researcher, she advised him to share the blessed medallions with terminally ill patients and healthcare staff who care for them. Frank emailed me that he has already mailed a medallion to the founder of a Vaishnava Krishna Consciousness hospice who mentioned her admiration for Mother Teresa’s work in India during a recent training intensive. The Mother’s blessed medallions were not lost after all! They will find different recipients than they were originally intended for but whose need for spiritual support may be even greater. Twenty-four years later, and continents away, the blessed medallions are finding their purpose.

 

 

 

 

Sunday Mass 5th Sunday of Lent

Posted in church events by revmtheogene on March 21, 2021

 

Bishop Ronald Stephens (former Presiding Bishop of CACINA and former Pastor of St. Andrews the Apostle Church) is the Diocesan Bishop of the Diocese of Holy Trinity serving at St. Andrews along with Fr. Craig Wilt (Pastor), and Deacon Gil Brooker in Midland, Virginia. St. Andrew the Apostle Church is a CACINA parish which shares space at Grace Episcopal Church located at 5096 Grace Church Lane, Midland, Virginia. (Fauquier County)

Facebook.com/ St. Andrew the Apostle Independent Catholic Church     Live streaming Mass every Sunday at 9:00 am at Facebook.com/ronaldstephens

 

 

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Our mailing address is:

Fr. Joseph Reynolds, Chancellor

9314 Doris Dr.

Oriental, NC 28571

 

Daily Mass Solemnity of St Joseph husband of Mary

Posted in church events by revmtheogene on March 19, 2021

Bishop Michael Theogene is the Pastor of the CACINA Catholic Parish of St. Benedict located at 840 E Oakland Park Blvd, Suite 102, Oakland Park, Florida 33334 (Broward County) the greater Fort Lauderdale area. The church shares space at the Darshan Center for Spiritual Evolution. Bishop Michael is also the Superior of the Benedictines of Peace and Justice (OSB), a Benedictine religious order of CACINA.

Website: https://www.saintben.net       Facebook.com/ cacinaparishofstbenedict

Livestreaming (Vigil) Mass every Saturday night at 5:30 pm on Facebook. A week day Mass is celebrated every Friday morning at 9:00 am on the national church Facebook page. Live streamed on Facebook.com/ Catholic Apostolic Church in North America

 

 

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Daily Mass Thursday of the 4th Week of Lent

Posted in church events by revmtheogene on March 18, 2021

 

Saint Jude the Apostle Mission – Home of the Presiding Bishop of CACINA Bishop Anthony Santore FCR. Also assigned to St. Jude is Associate Pastor Father Joseph Reynolds, CACINA Chancellor and treasurer. St. Jude the Apostle is based in Oriental, North Carolina. (Pamlico County)

Live streaming Mass on Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays at 9:00 am on Facebook.com/Catholicapostolicchurchinnorthamerica

 

 

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Daily Mass

Posted in church events by revmtheogene on March 16, 2021

 

Mother Monica Kennedy is the Pastor of Saint Charles of Brazil which is a CACINA parish located at 116 Marydell Road in Linthicum, Maryland (Anne Arundel County). The church shares space with St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church.

Website: https://www.stcharlesofbrazil.org     Facebook.com/St. Charles of Brazil Independent Catholic Church

YouTube.com/ St. Charles of Brazil     Live streaming Mass every Sunday at 10:30am on Facebook and YouTube.

Mid- week Mass on Tuesday mornings at 9:00am on Facebook.com/Catholic Apostolic Church in North America

 

 

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Daily Mass

Posted in church events by revmtheogene on March 15, 2021

 

Saint Jude the Apostle Mission – Home of the Presiding Bishop of CACINA Bishop Anthony Santore FCR. Also assigned to St. Jude is Associate Pastor Father Joseph Reynolds, CACINA Chancellor and treasurer. St. Jude the Apostle is based in Oriental, North Carolina. (Pamlico County)

Live streaming Mass on Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays at 9:00am on Facebook.com/Catholicapostolicchurchinnorthamerica

 

 

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Fr. Joseph Reynolds, Chancellor

9314 Doris Dr.

Oriental, NC 28571

Sunday Mass Fourth Sunday of Lent

 

 

Father Victor Ray, is the Pastor of Saint Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Community. He is assisted by Deacon Barbara Fichter. The Church is a CACINA parish located at 3803 Haines Road North in St. Petersburg, Florida. (Pinellas County) The church shares space at Allendale United Methodist Church.

Website: https://www.stoccc.org     Facebook.com/St. Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Community

Youtube.com/ St. Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Community     Live streaming Mass every Sunday at 10:30am on Facebook and YouTube.

 

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Fr. Joseph Reynolds, Chancellor

9314 Doris Dr.

Oriental, NC 28571

Sunday Mass 3rd Sunday of Lent

Posted in church events by revmtheogene on March 7, 2021

 

Bishop Tony Green, NFCR is the Co-Pastor of the Saint John of God Parish. A CACINA parish located at the Ellis Medicine Interfaith Chapel 600 McClellan Street – Schenectady, New York (Schenectady County). Also on staff is Co-Pastor Fr. Victor DeSantis, Mary DeSantis (Pastoral Care), and Deacon Ferris. Mass is celebrated every Sunday of each month at 11:00am

Website: https://www.saintjohnofgod.info        Facebook.com/ saintjohnofgodparish

 

 

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9314 Doris Dr.

Oriental, NC 28571

Sunday Mass 2nd Sunday of Lent

Posted in church events, homily by revmtheogene on February 28, 2021

Mother Monica Kennedy is the Pastor of Saint Charles of Brazil which is a CACINA parish located at 116 Marydell Road in Linthicum, Maryland (Anne Arundel County). The church shares space with St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church.

Website: https://www.stcharlesofbrazil.org     Facebook.com/St. Charles of Brazil Independent Catholic Church

YouTube.com/ St. Charles of Brazil     Live streaming Mass every Sunday at 10:30am on Facebook and YouTube.

 

 

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Fr. Joseph Reynolds, Chancellor

9314 Doris Dr.

Oriental, NC 28571