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Congrats to the newly ordained

new bport priests.jpgIn recent days several dioceses and religious orders have ordained men to the priesthood.

The priest is to “understand … imitate … and conform” his life to the Cross of Jesus. The bishop exhorts the man to be ordained to see that he believes what he reads, that he teaches what he believes and practices what he teaches.

Here is a random sample:
The Archabbey of Saint Vincent: 1
The Franciscan Friars of the Renewal: 4
The Order of Preachers, New York: 6
The Idente Missionaries of Christ: 1
The Archdiocese of Boston: 5
The Archdiocese of Hartford: 7
The Archdiocese of New York: 6
The Archdiocese of Newark: 5
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia: 3
The Archdiocese of Los Angelus: 2
The Eparchy of Newton: 1
The Eparchy of Saint Maron, Brooklyn: 2
The Diocese of Bridgeport: 7
The Diocese of Paterson: 9
Saint John Mary Vianney, pray us.

Fernando Rielo, founder of the Idente Missionaries, 6th anniversary Mass December 6

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Fernando Rielo, founder of the Idente Missionaries remembered at Mass

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Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan, Archbishop of New York
celebrated an evening Solemn Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on December 4th to
commemorate of the 5th anniversary of entrance into eternal life of Dr.
Fernando Rielo, the founder of the Idente Missionaries. His Eminence, Edward Cardinal Egan,
archbishop emeritus of NY, Bishop Gerald T. Walsh, Rector/President of St. Joseph’s
Seminary, the Rev. Msgr. Robert Ritchie, Rector of St. Patrick’s Cathedral and
Rev. Msgr. James P. Cassidy, Assistant Principal Chaplain of the American
Association of the Order of Malta and parish vicar of St. Patrick’s Cathedral
were also present. Members of the
Idente Missionary Women’s and Men’s branches and members of the Idente Family
from New Jersey, Long Island and the five New York City boroughs also
participated in the Eucharistic Celebration.

During his homily, Archbishop
Dolan affectionately referred to Fernando Rielo as “our Founder,” stated that
Rielo knew what holiness was and proposed him as an “example for our Advent
preparation.” The Archbishop praised Jesus for the “for the gift of Fernando
Rielo and for the gift of the Idente Missionary Family.”

The Idente
, recently approved as an institute of consecrated life of
pontifical right, were founded by Fernando Rielo on June 29, 1959 and are
currently present in four continents and in over twenty countries. Dr. Rielo who was a mystical poet and a
metaphysician and also founded several cultural and humanitarian institutions
including the World Prize for Mystical Poetry that bears his name, Idente Youth
and the Fernando Rielo Foundation.

Idente Missionaries strive to live holiness
in common, take a vow to defend the Chair of Saint Peter and to make Christ known
in the universities. They
particularly work in the academic field and with youth who have lost their
faith or are seeking to renew their faith and live a life of holiness. Dr. Rielo’s metaphysics is a new model
that, consisting in the genetic conception of the principle of relation,
rejects the principle of identity and establishes a perfect symmetry between
metaphysics and theology for both study the same axiom -the Absolute Subject in
metaphysics and the Most Holy Trinity in theology.

His work with youth led him
to found the Idente Youth’s World Youth Parliament (WYP) where young people can
not only manifest their concerns and expose new values but also commit
themselves to become the change they want to see in others, in their
communities and in the world. The
is to hold a Plenary Session in New York in August 2010 entitled: Towards a
Magna Carta of Values for a New Civilization

The Idente Missionaries are
currently ministering in two parishes in the Bronx, are professors in two
universities and are chaplains in universities in both the Archdiocese of New
York and in the Diocese of Brooklyn.

Here is Zenit article on the Idente Missionaries.

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Paul A. Zalonski is from New Haven, CT. He is a member of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, a Catholic ecclesial movement, and an Oblate of Saint Benedict. Contact Paul at paulzalonski[at]yahoo.com.
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