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Father Justin Wylie

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Board Members, 1 Mar 2015 [cached]
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CATHOLIC ARTISTS SOCIETY - An Association of Artists and Media Professionals, 26 Mar 2013 [cached]
Father Justin Wylie (Archdiocese of Johannesburg, South Africa) was the celebrant and homilist; Father Michael Barone (Archdiocese of Newark) acted as deacon; Mr. Stephen Pack acted as sub-deacon.
This short film by Jim Morlino of Navis Pictures features music and images from the Mass, as well as excerpts of Father Wylie's homily.
Here is Father Justin Wylie's homily from last night's Solemn Requiem Mass at the Church of St. Agnes in New York City.
Many thanks to Father Wylie and to Jim Morlino of Navis Pictures for this recording.
The celebrant and homilist for the Mass will be Father Justin Wylie (Archdiocese of Johannesburg, South Africa). Father Wylie is currently attaché to The Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations.
Father Christopher Pollard (Diocese of Arlington), acted as deacon; Father Justin Wylie (Archdiocese of Johannesburg, South Africa) acted as sub-deacon.
Father Justin Wylie chanted the first reading from the Book of Numbers. (Photo: Joel Pidel)
Rev. Justin Wylie - sub-deacon
Both Father Pollard and Father Wylie are attachés to the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations.
A great deal of attention has ..., 1 June 2014 [cached]
A great deal of attention has been paid of late to the story of Fr. Justin Wylie, a priest of the Archdiocese of Johannesburg, South Africa, who was unceremoniously relieved of his duties in the United States where he served as attaché to the Holy See's Permanent Observer Mission at the United Nations.
During his time in New York, Fr. Wylie was a frequent celebrant of the traditional Mass at Holy Innocents in Manhattan, the only parish in the Archdiocese that offers the traditional Mass daily and now finds itself up for possible closure in spite of reportedly being debt-free and financially self-sustaining.
The priest's dismissal was apparently triggered by a strongly worded homily delivered on May 18, 2014, in which he called for adequate pastoral care for the so-called traditional community.
Citing the fact that a similar home for these faithful is unavailable elsewhere in the Archdiocese should Holy Innocents close, Fr. Wylie called their potential displacement, "an injustice which you [the parishioners] should bring to the attention of your shepherd."
"You are fully-fledged members of the baptized Faithful, for heaven's sake," he continued. "Why are you scurrying about like ecclesiastical scavengers, hoping for a scrap or two to fall from the table for your very existence?"
Had he preached in support of "gay marriage" he may have received a "Bravo! from the Cardinal's office; as it is, he received his walking papers.
(A more detailed account of the events leading to Fr. Wylie's dismissal is available at Rorate Caeli.)
In his remarks, Fr. Wylie contrasted the 1980s and 90s - a time when the faithful were forced to organize celebrations of the traditional Mass in whatever parishes were willing to accommodate them - with today, saying:
While one can hardly be surprised that Fr. Wylie claimed recourse to Summorum Pontificum, the fact of the matter is, it's part of the problem.
Returning to the case of Fr. Wylie, by failing to state the plain truth; namely, that the Mass of Pius V is far the superior to the Novus Ordo Missae, and promoting instead the false notion that both Masses are of equal dignity, Pope Benedict gave the Captains of Newchurch all they need to feel justified in dismissing the South African priest's legitimate concerns.
Father Justin ..., 16 Sept 2014 [cached]
Father Justin Wylie
I have been sent part of a transcript of a sermon given in New York City by Father Justin Wylie at a favorite church of mine, Holy Innocents in the Garment District. Holy Innocents has been a great success story.
Father Wylie has some hard words, imbued with charity and priestly concern, to those who desire the traditional Roman Rite as well as to the priests and bishops who have, for decades, abused the same through neglect or outright persecution. And you know who you are. Click here to read Father's blog entry in its entirety.
Meanwhile, "gay" Masses and ministries, complete with rainbow flags, continue - 21 years and counting - at The Church of Saint Francis Xavier.
Well, there's an update on Father Justin Wylie - the aforementioned priest from South Africa who gave the stirring sermon in support of orthodox Catholics in general and the parishioners of Holy Innocents Church in particular - and it isn't good.
From a reliable source (edited): Father Wylie's sermon was not well received by the 'powers that be' in the Archdiocese of New York. Recently he was informed that the archdiocese sent a letter of rebuke to his bishop in South Africa and to at least one other Church official.
Father Wylie was subsequently dismissed from his position as attaché of the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations. Also, he's not allowed to have any public liturgical engagements or function as a priest in the archdiocese, and he'll be sent back to South Africa.
All of this came as a consequence of the sermon. The archdiocese has been trying to stamp out any and every type of opposition to closing churches, particularly Holy Innocents.
When the Archdiocesan Advisory Group recommended Holy Innocents for 'consolidation,' no mention at all was made of the daily Traditional Mass, or what would happen to it after Holy Innocents becomes part of Saint Francis of Assisi. Again, to read the partial transcript of Father Wylie's "controversial" sermon,click here .
Pray for Father Wylie and for all other priests (and lay Catholics, for that matter) who are suffering various types of persecution - from within and outside the Church - throughout the world.
Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.
Father Justin Wylie's Sermon
Wine Reviews from the Pacific Northwest, 20 Nov 2014 [cached]
Winemaker Justin Wylie crafted this Cabernet from fruit grown in Columbia Valley and Walla Walla Valley vineyards.
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