I am Fr. Glenn Baaten, a priest of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter. I am the parish administrator of St. Augustine of Canterbury Catholic Church in the Del Mar area of San Diego. I was ordained as a Catholic priest 2 and a half years ago. Prior to that, I served as an Anglican priest and, prior to that, a former Presbyterian pastor. My entry into the Roman Catholic Church has been a decades long, slow, but sure path into the fullness of the Church. Continue reading Interview With A Priest of the Anglican Ordinariate
This week we spoke with Father Ankido Sipo, a priest and monk in the Chaldean Church, to discuss Monasticism, the things peculiar to it, and what sort of traits would be helpful one considering becoming a monk. Continue reading Interview With Fr. Ankido Sipo
Keith Way is just two years away from being ordained a deacon in the Roman Catholic Church. He sat down to talk his about his years of involvement as a Master Mason in the Freemasons and why he thinks the Catholic Church forbids Her members to join. Continue reading From Master Mason to Catholic Deacon
On Friday, July 13, at St. Peter Chaldean Catholic Cathedral, the seat for the Eparchy of St. Peter the Apostle, Daniel Shabilla and Peter Patros were ordained deacons in a ceremony that filled the church with classical Aramaic chants. Continue reading Former Students Ordained as Deacons
This week Father Andrew Younan, priest and philosophy professor at JPCatholic, gave an interview about how to foster religious vocations through daily prayer, and shared the pitfalls of high anxiety and “shoe-horning” in vocations.
Continue reading Father Andy on Vocations