Sunday, January 26, 2014
Priests and deacons ordained at La Reja seminary for the SSPX: December 2013

An American priest from Miami was part of a bumper crop of priestly ordinations at the SSPX's seminary in Argentina in December.

In the image above, Fr. Baquerizo's maniturgium is bound around his hands by his mother after being were anointed with sacred chrism by the ordaining bishop. It is customary for a priestly son to honor his mother by giving her this linen maniturgium — and buried with upon her death.

Priests and deacons ordained at La Reja seminary for the SSPX

December 21st (2013) was a day of great rejoicing for the seminary of Our Lady Co-Redemptrix in La Reja, Argentina. For on that date, nine deacons (a number equaled only once in her history) were ordained priests by Bishop Bernard Tissier de Mallerais:
  • Fr. Aureo Mendes (Brazil)
  • Fr. Fernando Rivero (Argentina)
  • Fr. Pedro Roldan (Argentina)
  • Fr. Jose Maria Jimenez, (Spain)
  • Fr. Luis Rodriguez (Mexico)
  • Fr. Jose Mota (Mexico)
  • Fr. Jesus Estevez (Dominican Republic)
  • Fr. Pius Nanthambwe (Zimbabwe)
  • Fr. David Baquerizo (United States)
Also, four subdeacons were also raised to the diaconate:
  • Rev. Mr. Santiago Villanueva (Argentina)
  • Rev. Mr. Timothee de Bonnafos (France)
  • Rev. Mr. Fernando Moenckeberg (Chile)
  • Rev. Mr. Felipe Echazu (Argentina)

Newly-ordained American, Fr. David Baquerizo (originally a parishioner at the Shrine of St. Philomena in Miami, Florida), returned home two weeks later to say a first Mass on Sunday, January 5. The prior of Sanford, Florida, Fr. Marc Vernoy, made the 5-hour trip south to be his assistant priest in the Mass, and Fr. Pierre Duverger flew in from Platte City, Missouri to preach the sermon.
Since the Mass coincided with Fr. Baquerizo's 25th birthday, the jubilant parishioners prepared a special party to honor the event.

Source: SSPX



3 comments:

January 28, 2014 at 11:42 AM
K. North said...
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January 28, 2014 at 2:10 PM
Matthew said...

They exercise supplied jurisdiction

February 5, 2014 at 2:25 AM
Anonymous said...

Oh Lord grant us many Holy Religious vocations!!!!! Deo Gratias. I would love to know how these parents bring up their children to truly love God and become one of His Priests. May God grant Religious vocations within my family.

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