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Advent Celebration

Catholic Celebration during Advent

  • December 3: St. Francis Xavier | First Sunday Sunday of Advent
  • December 8: Feast of the Immaculate Conception (Holy Day)
  • December 10: Second Sunday of Advent
  • December 12: Our Lady of Guadalupe
  • December 17: Third Sunday of Advent
  • December 24: St. Charbel | Fourth Sunday of Advent | Christmas Eve
  • December 25: Christmas Day (Holy Day)
  • December 26: Feast of the Holy Family | St. Stephen
  • December 27: Feast of St. John the Baptist
  • December 31: New Year’s Eve

Text and images from Catholic Link.com more about them at the seminary





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Severing's Coronation Pin

The International Order of St John, Priory of Canada, was sent to the Revd. Eric Michel on 2023/11/21, the Sovering's Coronation Pin for His Majesty King Charle s III






































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Archbishop what is your EDC?

 EDC = Every Day Carry

 

My EDC varies a little if I wear civilian clothes or a cleric.

The difference is that the clothes cross. A crucifix or the Tau of St. Francis.


On the skin, I wear:


  1. The St Francis brown scapular (Mt Carmel)
  2. Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia Medal from The Dominican Republic
  3. Marie-Anne Blondin Medal from St Jerome
  4. Catherine Labouré miraculous Medal from Italy
  5. St Francis wooden Tau over my cloth

On my pans belt, I carry:



In my pockets, I carry:


One mini light, business cards, and a cutting blade knife


A very old wallet, car device, mini light, house key, fish & seafood allergic warning and


The Archangel St Michael and a police medal, the heart is another seafood allergy medal.


The RT. Revd. Marie wear:


  1. Catherine Labouré miraculous Medal from Italy
  2. Marie-Anne Blondin Medal from St Jerome
  3. A cross (Marie is a Baptist Minister)
  4. A heart from me and
  5. A Mom from our son Chad



This is the reverse of the medals #1 and #2; they are real.


Over my Cleric clothes:


A large metal Tau                                      or                       A large crucifix




Also:



Very rare, but it happens:


Nothing