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“Hiking is my best time for contemplation,” says Dominican Father Corwin Low. “It’s hard not to when surrounded by the incredible beauty of God’s creating hand.”
Dominicans to Depart From Iconic Connecticut Parish, But Questions Over Archdiocese’s Decision Remain
The Archdiocese of Hartford says it needs control of St. Mary’s Church and priory to serve as the hub of New Haven’s new ‘municipal model.’ Local Catholics and parishioners say something doesn’t add up.
On Oct. 5, Dominican Father John Paul Walker, the pastor of St. Mary’s, announced that the Dominicans would indeed be leaving the archdiocese as part of a larger restructuring plan by the archdiocese.
The pilgrims depart Aylesford for Otford, and celebrate the feast of the Transfiguration and the 800th anniversary of St. Dominic’s death as they walk to Dartford.
COMMENTARY: The founder of the Order of Preachers intuited a crisis in his day that continues to ravage our own.
This week Dominicans are honoring the 800th anniversary of the death of St. Dominic in Italy, and the arrival in 1221 of the Dominican Order in Great Britain. To mark the occasion, four British Dominican friars are following the footsteps of their predecessors on a walking pilgrimage in England. Here on Register Radio we’ll accompany Father Toby Lees and Brother Bede Mullens for part of their journey. Also this week, Catholics are ditching their Converse Shoes over the company’s embrace of Satanic Symbols, Register writer Virginia Aabram has the story.
The Dominican victory over Catharism inspires hope in our own battle against the culture of death and the forces of moral relativism.
To mark the 800th anniversary of the arrival of St. Dominic’s order in England, four friars make a 225-mile pilgrimage from Kent to Oxford.
The pilgrims depart Canterbury for Chilham and Aylesford.