Confraternity of Catholic Clergy



Feast of Ss Simon & Jude, Apostles
Wednesday 28th October 2015

The British Province of the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy, at our Annual
Colloquium, in St Edmund’s College, Ware, expresses gratitude to the
Fathers of the XIV Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod on “the Vocation and Mission of the Family in the Church and in the contemporary world”, for affirming, in a climate of challenge and confusion, Christ’s unchanging teachings and the Church’s constant doctrine regarding marriage, the family, and the true meaning and purpose of human sexuality. We particularly appreciate their upholding the importance of the family as the foundation of civilisation, confirming marriage as an indissoluble union between one man and one woman, affirming the teaching of Humanae Vitae on the essential procreative nature of the marriage act, and the brave refusal to accept the ideological colonization of those who promote same-sex unions. We are certain that thus remaining in the truth of Christ will bear great fruit for the Church and for souls.... More


Parish Evangelization Teams
& Auditing your parish 
to enable it to serve the
New Evangelization

A talk by Fr Paul Cannon and Sharon Beech
to the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy, Western Chapter
Tuesday, 24 November 2015

at Exeter University Chaplaincy, Glenthorne Road  Exeter EX4 4QU

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In response to Pope Benedict XVI’s ‘Year for Priests’, and on the Memoria of St Paul of the Cross* (19th October 2010), Priests of various southern dioceses, with the good wishes and encouragement of others from elsewhere in Britain, voted unanimously to found the British Province of the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy for the sanctification and support of Priests, and in promotion of authentic Priestly life, holiness and mission by

Fidelity          Formation          Fraternity



* St Paul of the Cross prayed for the conversion of England and founded the Passionists, whose Blessed Dominic Barbari greatly influenced Blessed John Henry Newman, and Received him into the Church. The British Province of the Confraternity was founded in direct response to Pope Benedict’s ‘Year for Priests’, his State Visit to Britain, and his Beatification of Blessed John Henry Newman.

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