Missionary Franciscans of Christ the King

Missionarii Sancti Francisci Christi Regis

The Missionary Franciscans of Christ the King is properly considered a Third Order in the Franciscan Tradition. The Franciscan charism is focused on the role of simplicity and prayer within the vows of Poverty, Chastity and Obedience.

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India restores foreign fund permit for Mother Teresa charity | Crux

NEW DELHI — India’s government has allowed Mother Teresa’s charity to receive foreign funds, weeks after blocking it saying the Catholic organization did not meet conditions under local laws, a lawmaker said Saturday. India restores foreign fund permit for Mother Teresa charity | Crux NEW DELHI — India’s government has allowed Mother Teresa’s charity to…

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The Beauty of Austerity

Carmelite tradition records the final words of St. Teresa of Avila: “My daughters and my ladies, for the love of God, I beg that you will take great care with the keeping of the Rule and Constitutions, for if you keep them as faithfully as you ought to, no other miracle will be needed for…

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Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity seek swift fix after Indian government blocks foreign donations – Catholic World Report

Supporters of Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity reacted with surprise and concern to the Indian government’s ruling that the organization is now ineligible for foreign donations, but a spokeswoman for the Calcutta-based branch of the organization believes the situation will be remedied without much effect on the missionaries’ work. Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity seek…

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RORATE CÆLI: Important Declaration of the Superior of the Fraternity of St. Vincent Ferrer: “The Supreme Authority of the Church cannot go back on its word given to the members of the Ecclesia Dei communities: it is impossible for the members of our institutes to abandon our liturgical customs.”

The Fraternity of Saint Vincent Ferrer, dedicated to the preservation of the traditional practices (including liturgical ones) of the Dominicans, is one of the oldest of the so-called “Ecclesia Dei” communities founded under John Paul II with the solemn contractual commitment by the Holy See that they could dedicate themselves entirely to the Traditional liturgical books…

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