Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Dear friends, farewell!

Dear Friends of Orthfully Catholic,
The previous post is my last contribution to this blog. I, like Gildas, have reached a stage where I feel that it is best to dedicate myself to other things. This doesn't mean that you, our readers, aren't important to me. It means that certain areas of my life (especially prayer) need greater attention than I am currently giving them.

I will miss the blog alot. I have enjoyed it, even some of the more frustrating moments! Blogging is great fun, hard work at times, frustrating at others but totally rewarding.

I have enjoyed being in contact with so many Catholics who really care about the Faith. I have shared their joys and their pains. But I do leave here completely confident that things in the Church are on the up.

It's going to be a long haul but in the end the uncorrupted, orthodox faith of our beautiful Catholic Church will win through. Truth does, indeed, set us free.

Dear friends stay strong. Stay in love with the Blessed Sacrament, Our Lady, the Sacraments, the Magisterium, Tradition, prayer, contemplation and orthodoxy. It's the only way that we and the Church will survive. And it's the future.

You all have such a love for the Church. Thank you for that. Thank you also for the tremendous support that you give this blog and its writers. It's not easy being a young, orthodox Cartholic and seminarian today. So many older Catholics give us a rough time.

This blog will continue with the other seminarian contributers.

Please keep me and the other seminarians in your prayers. You are ALL in mine.
May God bless you all and may Our Blessed Lady keep you under Her Immaculate Mantle!


Matt Doyle said...

Sad to see you go. God bless!

Anonymous said...

Bah; all my friends are leaving! :(

All the best! You're in my prayers,

Ttony said...

We'll miss you.

A decade of the Rosary for you, and for your vocation.

viking said...

God bless you. I understand your chooise.

catholicandgop said...

God bless

Ma Beck said...

Sorry to see you go, but I completely understand.
God bless you.

antonia said...

oh dear! You are all leaving! Sorry to see you go!

God bless with everything!


Anonymous said...

Of course Farnborough is good. It's full of ex-Anglicans! Good liturgies in London are at Farm Street, St Ethelreda's & Ealing Abbey. At least you don't hanker for the Tridentine rite & its corruptions. The trad liturgy for England is the Sarum rite.