Society of St Pius X hold Christ the King parade

The Society of St Pius X in Wanganui have been reported as being the only catholic church in New Zealand to hold a special parade for the Feast of Christ the King last Sunday.

The parade left the Alma Rd church after a solemn High Mass, with papal flags fluttering, colourful robes and an embroidered canopy covering the Eucharist

Children who had received their first Holy Communion scattered rose petals from baskets as the parade made its way along Alma Rd to Gonville domain. Continue reading

In September Officials of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith met with representatives of the Society of St. Pius X  at the Vatican to discuss matters of Church teaching.

“During the meeting, various problems of a doctrinal and canonical nature were examined, and it was decided to proceed gradually and over a reasonable period of time in order to overcome difficulties and with a view to the envisioned full reconciliation,” the Holy See press office stated Sept. 23.

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