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Christ the Priest Region

 

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Christ the Priest Region

The Apostleship of the Cross is organized by Regions.

All groups of the Apostleship of the Cross in the United States are part of the Christ the Priest Region.

In order to facilitate the coordination and animation of the Region, they are divided into Areas.

Currently there are three areas:

Areas

Location of Centers

Northwest Area Oregon, Washington
Southwest Area California
South-Northeast Area Texas, Florida, New York

Regions of the
Apostleship of the Cross

1. Christ the Priest Region
2. Province of Mexico Region
3. Felix de Jesus Region
4. Conchita Cabrera de Armida Region

 


Organization of the Apostleship of the Cross

* Christ the Priest Region Organizational Chart

* Organization of the Apostleship of the Cross


Where we are

AC USA Map   

AC World Map

Miracle approved for the beatification of
Concepción Cabrera


Concepción Cabrera
Laywoman, mystic and apostle
(1862-1937)

The beatification of Concepción Cabrera will take place on May 4, 2019 in Mexico City, Mexico

Pope Francis authorized the Congregation for the Causes of Saints to issue the decree approving a miracle attributed to Concepción Cabrera (1862-1935).

From the Superior General of the Missionaries of the Holy Spirit

Conception Cabrera, affectionately known as Conchita, was the instrument chosen by God to give the Works of the Cross to the Church, all of which contain the special characteristics of the Spirituality of the Cross. These Works seek to spread in the Church the Reign of the Holy Spirit, which is the Kingdom of Love expressed in the Cross of Our Savior.

Conchita, a Mother's Spiritual Diary
    Edited by Marie-Michel Philipon, O.P.

Blessed Concepción Cabrera de Armida (Conchita)


Statutes of the Apostleship of the Cross (SAC)

Statutes AC

Study Guide
 

XII General Assembly
of the Apostleship of the Cross
August 31 - September 2, 2018
Valle de Bravo, Mexico

Theme:
Ministry with Social and Ecclesial impact

"Apostles of the Cross in the heart of the world"

 Mensaje Final XII Asamblea General AC (Spanish)

Photos


     Adopt a priest [...]

   Apostle of the Cross - Official publication of the AC

 

    St. Joseph  - The man in the shadows
by Fr. Melecio Picazo, M.Sp.S.

 

For the Liturgy of the Hours and Today's Readings go to the Prayer Section


 

Prayer for priests

Divine Heart of Jesus, Sacred Heart, Heart full  of  zeal for the glory of the Eternal Father, we pray for all your priests. Lord, in your Sacred Heart fill them with faith, zeal and love. Cross of the Apostolate, save them!


Prayer for the
Apostleship of the Cross

Divine Heart, nailed to the Cross to save us, receive this day our little works and the sufferings we will endure in union with you. Complete with your virtues anything we, members of the Apostleship of the Cross, may be lacking, in order to please the Father and the Holy Spirit whom we dearly love.
 

Blessed Concepción Cabrera de Armida
(Conchita)

Laywoman, mystic and apostle

(1862-1937)

"The world ran away from the Cross because it saw only the side of pain or repugnance. That is why the Cross of the Apostolate is now presented – that is, the Cross with My Heart – to tell people that the cross is never alone, that the Heart of God, His mercy, and His love are always nailed to it in an inseparable way.”  (Conchita, Diary: 3,37).

Venerable Servant of God Félix de Jesús Rougier
(1859-1938)

The book about Fr. Félix life and spirituality is published in English, Spanish and Italian

Risking the Future,
Life and Spirituality of Félix de Jesús Rougier, M.Sp.S.

by Ricardo Zimbrón, M.Sp.S.

 

                                           Suggested Reading

Saints of the Americas
by
Arturo Pérez-Rodríguez and Miguel Arias

Conversations with 30 Saints from 15 Countries, including Concepción Cabrera de Armida

 
Saints of North America

By Vincent J. O'Malley

Meet more than 100 saints, blesseds, and candidates who lived and worked in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Among them are the Venerables Félix de Jesús Rougier, Concepción Cabrera de Armida and José Ramón Ibarra y González

 


"One day not too far away, at the center of My Church, at Saint Peter's, there will take place the consecration of the world to the Holy Spirit,
and the graces of this Divine Spirit, will be showered on the blessed Pope who will make it.
It is My desire that the universe be consecrated to the Divine Spirit that He may spread Himself over the earth in a new Pentecost."
(Conchita, Diary, March 11, 1928)

 

 

For more information, please write to rcs@apcross.org

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