Did You Know? The Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest just released their newest Gregorian chant recording, Gaudeamus Omnes, featuring the Mass of All Saints and the Office of Compline (the Church’s official night prayer). Even better, for the first time, the music is now available to download on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Apple Music, CD Baby and more. You can download now here.



The Titular Feast of the Institute, this being Our Lord Jesus Christ, Universal King, was celebrated at the International Seminary and the Church of St Michael and Cajetan.

9 candidates submitted  as postulants for the Sisters Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus after which took place first solemn Vespers of the Feast of Our Lord Jesus Christ King at the Seminary:

Solemn Mass celebrated by Msgr. Gilles Wach, Prior General took place at the Church of St Michael and Cajetan in Florence City:

Immediately after Mass, Superiors and seminaries took dinner locally:

Second Vespers followed Mass:


We announced recently that the The Mother Superior of the Sisters Adorers had been involved in a car collision.

We are pleased to report that Mother is recovering well!

Medical examinations reveal that she did not break any vertebrae as feared, and she is up and walking. Thank you all for your prayers for Mother Caroline Marie!


The Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest has a new apostolate! Our latest mission is in the diocese of Diocese of La Rochelle and Saintes in France and this new apostolate means that the ICKSP is now present in 27 French dioceses.

At the invitation of the Diocesan Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Georges Colomb, Monsignor Gilles Wach, has appointed Canon Grégoire de GUILLEBON to take care of this new assignment for the Institute.

Moreover, at the request of the Bishop, Canon will work several days a week at the bishopric, including the Chancery.

The first Mass to be celebrated at the Chapelle Saint-Maurice will be on 25th November.


Please Pray for Mother Caroline Marie. The Mother Superior of the Sisters Adorers suffered a car accident last Sunday. She is recovering but needs our spiritual support.

Mother continues to make improvement and this is no doubt through your prayers!

Thank you and God love you.


Last Saturday, the 27th October marked a milestone for Old Saint Patrick Oratory in Kansas City, Missouri.

Ten years have passed since the renovation of the church was completed and the church was consecrated. The Most Reverend James Vann Johnston, Bishop of Kansas City-St. Joseph, joined us for a Solemn Mass of Thanksgiving celebrated by the Institute’s US provincial superior, Canon Matthew Talarico. Bishop Johnston preached at the Mass and then presided at the Te Deum and Benediction. After Mass, our guests joined us for a festive reception under a marquee in the church garden in the bishop’s honour.

Old Saint Patrick Oratory is the church at which Canon Francis Altiere, former Priest at St Walburge’s, Preston and deacon at Ss Peter & Paul and St Philomena is currently assigned.

Designed by architect Asa Beebe Cross and built in 1875, Old Saint Patrick’s is the oldest Catholic church in Kansas City. The first Mass was celebrated at Christmas of that year, though work continued until 1881. Following stylistic alterations in the late 1960s, an extensive renovation in harmony with the classical revival style of the church was completed in 2008 under the direction of Mr. William Heyer, who the Institute has now also asked to design its National Shrine of Christ the King. Incorporating three beautiful altars from a closed church in Boston, much of the restoration work was lovingly accomplished with the “sweat and blood” of local volunteers from the congregation. Bishop Finn solemnly consecrated the church on 25th October 2008.