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  • noun Plural form of Redemptorist.

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Examples

  • During the last years of his life, problems in his congregation caused him much sorrow and when he died on August 1, 1787, at Pagani, near Salerno, the Redemptorists were a divided society.

    St. Alphonsus Liguori, bishop and doctor of the church

  • A link to the Transalpine Redemptorists who have assembled the relevant quotations.

    "The Pope Has Already Spoken Clearly"

  • This has included Oratorians, Premonstratensians, Redemptorists and Dominicans, etc.

    Sexagesima Sunday in Rome: Father Vincenzo Nuara, O.P.

  • A link to the Transalpine Redemptorists who have assembled the relevant quotations.

    From the Mail

  • Almost exactly a year after the Sons of the Most Holy Redeemer (F. SS.R.) - formerly known as the Transalpine Redemptorists - returned to full communion with the Catholic Church on 18 June 2008, this Monday 15 June 2009 H.E. Peter Antony Moran, Bishop of Aberdeen, visited Papa Stronsay, the island where the F. SS.R. reside and which belongs to the diocese of Aberdeen.

    Bishop of Aberdeen Celebrates Mass for Sons of the Most Holy Redeemer

  • Two of those entities -- the Redemptorists and the Virgin Islands diocese -- acknowledged substantial losses.

    RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • The Redemptorists who run the place are actually okay---I would rate them the third-most orthodox religious community in Boston after the Oblates of the Virgin Mary and the Franciscans of the Primitive Observance.

    Senator Kennedy RIP

  • At one time, (before Vatican II), some Orders of priests, particularly the Redemptorists, engaged in the practice of having "mission bands", whereby a group of 20-30 priests would devote their ministry to going around to various parishes in the Advent and Lenten season...and at other times...preaching the neeed for Confession, repentance, and ammendment of life (conversion of life) and return to the Sacraments.

    More inculturation and liturgical "updating", courtesy of the Asian bishops

  • Nowadays, these "mission bands" are just about extinct, and where they do occur, the priests Redemptorists, Jesuits, and perhaps a few other Orders, engage in fabricated liturgies, and preach "love, peace, joy" and worst of all....ecumenism and inter-religious dialog.

    More inculturation and liturgical "updating", courtesy of the Asian bishops

  • I hope the book the Redemptorists published is something like the 300 pp biography we recently purchased through ABE booksellers, To Heaven Through a Window, or its German predeccessor of 450 pp available on line here:

    New issue of "Catholic"

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