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Requiem Aeternam: Francis Cardinal George. St John Cantius is very much part of the legacy of the late Cardinal Francis George.Easter Vigil 2015 - Photopost


Requiem Aeternam: Francis Cardinal George



Requiem aeternam dona ei, Domine, et lux perpetua luceat ei. Requiescat in pace.


Francis Cardinal George, Eighth Archbishop of Chicago
1937 - 2015

The Restoration of the Sacred - the legacy of Cardinal George




Readers of New Liturgical Movement will be very familiar with St John Cantius in Chicago. The amazing story of this church, its community and liturgy is documented in an inspiring video which you can see here. St John Cantius is very much part of the legacy of the late Cardinal Francis George. From the beginning of the Canons Regular, it was Cardinal George who envisioned that a small community of men founded at a run-down Chicago church would become a flourishing order dedicated to the “Restoration of the Sacred.” With reference to the late Cardinal, Father Frank Phillips has described the community thus: "We are a living legacy of this shepherd of souls." The Canons Regular have posted a beautiful tribute to Cardinal George which you can see here, however I have taken some photographs and posted them directly below. They include the ordination of Fr Joshua Caswell, Fr Nathan Caswell and Fr Kevin Mann, the last priests he ordained before his death. 





Easter Vigil 2015 - Photopost

At the end of the Triduum is the Easter Vigil, the greatest liturgy of the liturgical year. Thank you to all the readers who send in their pictures.

Mater Dei (FSSP), Irving TX





Holy Family Parish, Diocese of Cubao



St. Jude's Mass Centre, Kam Tin, Hong Kong





Sweetest Heart of Mary, Detroit



Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception