Icksp?

Is ICKSP in FULL union with Rome? I am not sure of this:)

ICRSS (Institutum Christi Regis Summi Sacerdotis) is in full communion with Rome.

and what is it, please? link? website? source?

Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Prist

www.institute-christ-king.org

Thank you, do you know if there is any future plans that they will establish a chapel here in Asia?

Sorry, I should have probably add some more information

Hello,

ICRSS loves and is totally devoted to the Church and our dear Holy Father! With regard to your other question, the best thing might be to contact the Institute directly:

Address: Institute of Christ the King
6415 South Woodlawn Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60637-3817
USA
Phone: 773-363-7409
Fax: 773-363-7824
Email: info@institute-christ-king.org

They also have an online form you can fill out and submit:
institute-christ-king.org/institute/contact/

take care,
amsjj :slight_smile:

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Jesus, God and man,
imprisoned by love in Thy most holy Sacrament,
have mercy upon us.
– Blessed John Henry Newman, December 22, 1851

Tú y yo sabemos por la fe que oculto en las especies sacramentales está Cristo,
ese Cristo con su Cuerpo, con su Sangre, con su Alma, y con su Divinidad,
prisonero de amor.
– San Josemaria Escriva, 1 junio 1974

Thank you :slight_smile:

That I don’t know, but perhaps you (and perhaps others there) can write them to express your interest. Otherwise they’ll never know of it.

All of the regularized traditional societies are sorely missing in Asia and the reason is that they face several difficult obstacles to their expansion in Asia:

  1. Language issues - Asian languages are often difficult for non-Asians to learn as adults and the number of Asians seeking to join the traditional societies is very small, so there is a lack of persons with necessary language skills.

  2. General personnel shortage. Most traditional societies are hard pressed to keep their current obligations (parish, chapels, missions, mass-centers, etc.) fully staffed. And they are therefore finding it difficult to take on new obligations

  3. Asian bishops are among the most strongly opposed to the traditional Mass. The regularized traditional societies cannot enter a diocese without the permission of the bishop and that permission is very hard to get in Asia. It is not unusual in some Asian countries for a bishop to refuse permission for his priests to celebrate even the new Mass in Latin, although theoretically no permission at all is required.

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