Ordinations Next Week

Friends,

Just a reminder that Angelus Press will be in Winona for this year’s ordination of the priests of the Society of St. Pius X. There will be 12 ordinands – 11 for the Society, and 1 for the Dominicans in Avrille, France. Please keep the ordinands in your prayers as they prepare to receive this great sacrament.

If you are going to ordinations, be sure to stop by and see us. We will have a booth set up, and will be giving 10% off our entire offering (altar missals and other similiar liturgical goods excluded).

Even if you just want to come by to say hello, we’d love to chat with you.





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