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Canada welcomes St. Michael the Archangel

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Michaelites do not give rest St. Michael the Archangel. It was not enough that a true copy of the famous figure of Archangel pilgrimage in Europe. Recently worshipers of St. Michael from Canada and the U.S. may experience a special power of the Archangel, who is venerated by parishes and families in the sign of the miraculous statue. Famous statue of St. Michael started the pilgrimage with the festive in honor of the Archangel in Melrose (London), celebrated September 8, 2013. Masses was presided by Bishop Ronald Francis Reiss, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Detroit. The ceremony brought together more than half a thousand of the faithful. The bishops of all dioceses in which Michaelites priests serve in North America expressed enthusiasm about the pilgrimage. A special joy was expressed by Cardinal Collins - Bishop of the Archdiocese of Toronto, under the patronage of St. Michael. The first parish which St . Michael will visit is an Italian parish of Our Lady in London, whose pastor is Fr. Joseph Dabrowski - the new chief of the North American Vice-Province.
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