Greetings from the Priory of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Tulsa! I did not mean for us to disappear on you. We wrote in our last (Christmas) newsletter that the new Bishop of Tulsa does not wish us to move forward with our community in Tulsa and that we are, therefore, in search of a new bishop and diocese. That search has continued until now with yet no clear indication of our dear Lord’s will.
So, to answer the many letters and calls we’ve received, yes, we are still in Tulsa, a situation which we hope will be resolved soon – all in our Blessed Lord’s time and will. His will is indeed our food and the life of this community.
As soon as we have a new address, we will send out a newsletter to bring you up to date re our future home. In the interim, a most beloved son of the Church and dear friend of our community and apostolate to the family sent us a generous donation for the specific purpose of keeping our website current in between newsletters!! We are so very grateful for such a gift and heart, and are most happy to post this first update!
We have been listening to the magnificent talks given at the recent Rome Life Forum sponsored by Voice of the Family, a most outstanding apostolate of lay people who desire, as we do, not only to preserve the family, but to restore it in God’s design. There simply is no future for the Church or for the world without the family, the very cell of human society.
The fourth annual Rome Life Forum was held from 18-19 May to discuss the theme:
“The Family Under Attack:
Protecting Parents as Primary Educators.”
I pray that every husband and wife, every father and mother, and every bishop and priest – entrusted with the care of the human family – will take the time to watch, listen to, or to read the transcripts of these talks. They are filled with the truths of our Faith, address the current state of the Church and the world, and discuss how we can begin not only to preserve the family but recover from the devastation many are living through in this day.
We’ll be back with you soon . . . God bless and keep you.
Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God, O.S.B.