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This Week's Message from the Dean

Keep up with the Church's liturgical seasons by following the weekly messages from the Guild's Dean of Chapter, Fr. Bernard Hall. Filled with interesting information that will keep your mind firmly fixed on the worship of God as intended by our holy liturgy.

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The Sunday Sermon

Contributions from the clergy of the Guild of St. Peter ad Vincula provide what's needed when you can't get to Mass, or for those times you need a little extra uplift during the week.

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Guild Missions

Infant of Prague Chapel

6397 Holloway Drive
Liberty Township, OH 45044

Sunday Mass 5:00 pm

– Chaplain:  Fr. Bernard G. Hall

St. Margaret Mary Chapel

1000 Scioto Street
Urbana, OH 43078

Sunday Mass 10:00 am

– Chaplain:  Fr. Bernard G. Hall

Our Lady of Good Remedy Chapel

10879 N. State Route 39
Lizton, IN 46149

Sunday Mass 9:00 am

– Chaplain:  Fr. Christopher Spray

From The Deanery  

Consecration of the Family

Feast of the Holy Family
January 12, 2020

The Feast of the Holy Family gives us a holy opportunity to consecrate our family to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.  Ideally, the following prayer should be said by the whole family on every First Friday of the month, as they kneel before the image of the Sacred Heart prominently displayed in their home.  If you do not have such an image, it's time to think seriously about finding one and then approaching your pastor or a visiting priest and asking him to solemnly consecrate your home to the Sacred Heart.

Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, who didst manifest to St. Margaret Mary the desire of reigning in Christian families, we today wish to proclaim thy most complete regal dominion over our own. We would live in future with thy life; we would cause to flourish in our midst those virtues to which thou hast promised peace here below; we would banish far from us the spirit of the world which thou hast cursed. And thou shalt reign over our minds in the simplicity of our faith, and over our hearts by the wholehearted love with which they shall burn for thee, the flame of which we shall keep alive by the frequent reception of thy Divine Eucharist.

Deign, O Divine Heart, to preside over our assemblings, to bless our enterprises, both spiritual and temporal, to dispel our cares, to sanctify our joys, to alleviate our sufferings. If ever one or other of us should have the misfortune to afflict thee, remind him, O Heart of Jesus, that thou art good and merciful to the penitent sinner. And when the hour of separation strikes, when death shall come to cast mourning into our midst, we will all, both those who go and those who stay, be submissive to thy eternal decrees. We will console ourselves with the thought that a day will come when the entire family, reunited in heaven, can sing forever thy glories and thy mercies.

May the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the glorious patriarch, St. Joseph, present this consecration to thee, and keep it in our minds all the days of our life.

All glory to the Heart of Jesus, our King and our Father. Amen.

Dean of Chapter
Guild of St. Peter ad Vincula


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Delivered weekly by the Dean at St. Margaret Mary Chapel, Urbana, Ohio

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Little Office of BVM

The Guild has published a definitive edition of the Little Office of Our Lady.  Fully traditional of course, and in the special style of the Guild -- in full color, easy to read and simple to follow.  No prior knowledge of rubrics required. 






Annual Election

Chapter met on Saturday, November 16 for the Annual Election of the members of the Board of Directors.  In addition to the three existing members, Janet Gaye, Irene Crescenzo, and Anthony Tarantino, a new member was elected this year to fill a recent vacancy.  We welcome Mr. Gary Ritter of Lizton, Indiana to the Board, and look forward to working with him in the future.

Dedication Meeting

The Board of Directors met on Thursday, November 14  to review names submitted by the Nominating Committe and approve the ballot for the Annual Election of the Directors.

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