Bishop Bruskewitz confers the Subdiaconate



On January 29, 2011 a.D. His Excellency, Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz, Bishop of the Diocese of Lincoln, conferred the Subdiaconate upon five seminarians of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter.  Please keep the new Subdeacons in your prayers as they ascend  the Altar of Our Lord.  

 
 For more pictures please visit the website of Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary:  www.fsspolgs.org/archive.html 


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FSSP Tonsure & Subdiaconate 2009

On October 24th, His Excellency, Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz, Bishop of Lincoln conferred Tonsure on 14 men and the Subdiaconate to one other from Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in Lincoln.  This was truly a joyous day for the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter as they also had 16 other men tonsured on the same day from their seminary in Wigratzbad Germany.  Below you will find pictures taken from the Tonsure and Subdiaconate in Lincoln, as well as a picture of all 30 men that were tonsured.  Please keep these men in your prayers as they continue their way to the Altar of Lord.

FSSP Diaconate & Subdiaconate Ordination

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On Saturday March 1, 2008 a.D. at Saint Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church in Lincoln, Nebraska His Excellency Bishop Alvaro Corrada, SJ of the Diocese of Tyler, Texas will ordain 3 seminarians to the Diaconate and 1 to the subdiaconate for the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter.  The Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter is a Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical Right founded with the approval of His Holiness Pope John Paul II in 1988, for the formation and sanctification of priests in the framework of the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite and their pastoral deployment in the service of the Church.  The Mass will commence at 10 am if you have any questions, please contact Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary (402) 797-7700

Please pray for those to be ordained.

Deacons to be:

Antony Sumich (New Zealand)

Michael Stinson (Round Rock, Texas)

Matthew Goddard (England)

Subdeacon to be:

Marko Rehak (Australia)