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Save St. Thomas

August 5th, 2010, Promulgated by Gen

The people of the parish are launching efforts to find people to come in and help the situation.

They have asked us to start emailing potential rescuers/buyers. It’s never too early to start getting the safety nets in place. The list below should be notified by you with directions to visit the St. Thomas website. Please, please, please. Email the folks on this list, and see if we can get any interest generated in St. Thomas the Apostle. Even if these people aren’t “in the market” for a parish to save, perhaps they have information which could help the people of STA.

pastor@cantius.orgFr. Phillips, founder of the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius

editorialoffice@thewandererpress.com
The Wanderer, a solid Catholic publication

info@stphilipnerihouse.orgOratorians operating out of Kalamazoo, Michigan

(973) 622-6622telephone for the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, from Newark. They don’t do email.

raymond@raymondarroyo.com
Raymond Arroyo, from EWTN

fatherbarron@wordonfire.org
Fr. Barron, from the Word on Fire videos I post

http://www.fssp.org/en/contact.htm
Fill out the form to contact the Fraternity of St. Peter

This is by no means a complete list of who should be approached. It’s just here to get the ball rolling. Please add more contacts in the comment box below. We need to get moving, people. Start sending out emails. Don’t just keep scrolling past this post without sending out at least one plea. Direct these people to http://savestthomas.blogspot.com/.

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2 Responses to “Save St. Thomas”

  1. avatar Mary says:

    I would suggest writing to Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (Father Z). Since he gets “hundreds” of e-mails every day, perhaps one good, articulate author could write him on behalf of the whole group.
    You have to be registered at his website.

  2. avatar Mary says:

    I was mistaken about Father Z. You don’t have to be registered at his website to write him.
    The Wanderer must have changed their e-mail address as my letter was returned to sender.


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