Christ the King is the Cure

Thou, Prince of all ages, Thou, O Christ, the King of the nations, we acknowledge Thee the one Judge of all hearts and minds.

O Christ, peace-bringing Prince, subjugate the rebellious minds: And in Thy love, bring together in one flock those going astray.

For this, with arms outstretched, Thou hung, bleeding, on the Cross, and the cruel spear that pierced Thee, showed man a Heart burning with love.

For this, Thou art hidden on our altars under the form of bread and wine, and pour out on Thy children from Thy pierced side the grace of salvation.

May the rulers of the world publicly honor and extol Thee; May teachers and judges reverence Thee; May the laws express Thine order and the arts reflect Thy beauty.

May kings find renown in their submission and dedication to Thee. Bring under Thy gentle rule our country and our homes.

Glory be to Thee, O Jesus, supreme over all secular authorities; And glory be to the Father and the loving Spirit through endless ages.

The Austrian Seminarians + 1 Return for Holy Week

Last October we were blessed by a visit from a group of CMRI seminarians who all have music degrees from their Austrian homeland: Niko, Franz, and Leopold. Fr. Zepeda says they are exceptionally good at singing chant, so we are thrilled that they will be singing and playing the organ for Holy Week. They will be joined by their fellow seminarian, James Broadman, from Ohio. We welcome them all!

The Holy Week schedule is posted on the Monthly Bulletin page and includes links to the chants so that those so inclined may practice.

Masses Canceled

Due to the hazardous winter driving conditions, tomorrow’s Mass, (Feb. 14) for Quinquagesima, and the Ash Wednesday Mass, are canceled for Our Lady of Fatima in Chelsea, OK, and also for Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in Edmond, OK.

First Friday & First Saturday Schedule

Praise be Jesus and Mary.

Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on us.

God willing, I will have Mass for First Friday in Chelsea at 2 pm.

And then Holy Communion at 2 pm on Saturday. Confessions 30 minutes before on both days.

Sunday Mass as usual at 2 pm.

God bless you.

Fr. Carlos Zepeda