Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Beatification of Fr. Richard Henkes


September 15 Fr. Richard Henkes, SAC will be Beatified

Witnessing Faith in the Church and in the World

Fr. Richard Henkes, S.A.C., who died in the Dachau Concentration Camp during World War II, will be beatified on September 15th in Limburg, Germany. Fr. Henkes was a member of the German province of the Society of Catholic Apostolate (Pallottines) and was a vocal critic of the Nazi regime. Due to this, Fr. Henkes was arrested in April 1943 and was sent to Dachau three months later. He cared for and ministered to the sick people of the Dachau, particularly the Czech people who were imprisoned there. After over a year in the concentration camp, he contracted a disease that would ultimately take his life in February 1945. He was declared by Pope Francis in December of 2018 to have died "in hatred of the faith" and declared a matryr. This allowed his cause of canonization to move forward.

The Catholic Apostolate Center, working with Pallottines internationally, now offers a resource page devoted to the life of Fr. Richard Henkes, S.A.C. It also provides more information on his cause for canonization. A book on Fr. Henkes's life is forthcoming which will be available in both eBook and hard-copy. Please pray for the Pallottine Fathers and Brothers around the world on September 15th, as well as for the canonization of Fr. Henkes.
This link will take you to more Resources

Thursday, August 8, 2019






Today, 6th August 2019, Sr. Ivete Garlet CSAC re-elected Superior General of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Catholic Apostolate.


This is her fourth mandate as the Superior General with a break of six years 
after two terms. On behalf of the Society of the Catholic Apostolate, congrats, prayers and blessings dear Sr. Ivete

Thursday, July 18, 2019




The Pallottine Fathers 

and Brothers

of North America

held their Retreat and Convocation at the Redemptorist  Retreat House of St.Alphonsus, in Longbranch, NJ



 



Monday, June 24, 2019

General Coordinating Comittee

The General Coordinating
Committee

28 May ˗2 June 2019
 The members of the GCC as they met in Rome


In front of the Altar at The Church of San Salvatore in Onda



https://pallottinesuac.blogspot.com

Saturday, June 15, 2019

25th  35th Anniversary of Ordination to the Priesthood

On June 11, Rev. Frank Donio, S.A.C. celebrated  his 25th anniversary of ordination to the Priesthood. Fr. Frank is the Director of the Catholic Apostolate Center.









Congratulations also to Fr. Michael Cremin SAC on his 36th Anniversary of Ordination.
June 11, 1983 - June 11, 2019
Fr. Mike Cremin is Pastor of St. Vincent Pallotti Parish near Detroit, MI 

          We are all celebrating with you on this holy and joyous day!







Tuesday, May 21, 2019

100th Birthday




Here are some Pictures from Sister Kathleen Thompson CSAC,  100th Birthday Party.





















See:

 Fr. Noel O'Connor's Funeral Homily : click on the link below

funeral-homily.html

On June 8th the Sisters will be Celebrating Anniversaries

Sr. Kathleen Thompson. 80 yrs.  
Sr. Joan Sullivan left.  60 yrs.
Sr. Therese Martin Marro. 60 yrs.

Sr. Riseangela Lazzarotto  60 yrs.

Saturday, April 27, 2019

National Service Day Project


Members of our UAC group participated in the 24th Annual Milwaukee River Cleanup on this chilly Saturday morning. At least we finished before the snow started. Thank you to the kids who joined us during this National Service Week activity as well. Love our Mother Earth. - Linda Barikmo