St Gilbert Ordinariate Community moves from Boerne to Ingram, Texas

Slightly adapted from the Parish Bulletin of St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church, Boerne, TX:

Fr. David Wagner and Fr. David Cannaday have been administering and ministering to the St. Gilbert Community here at St. Peter’s Parish. They have celebrated Sunday masses at 7.30 a.m. and Wednesday mornings. Father Wagner was recently named the new Administrator of Notre Dame Parish in Kerrville, Texas, taking the place of Fr. Michael Boulette, the outgoing pastor. The St. Gilbert Community will be moving to St. Peter upon the Water Retreat Center in Ingram, near Kerrville. Sunday June 26th was their last Sunday Mass in Boerne. We congratulate Fr. Wagner for his new position of leadership in the Archdiocese of San Antonio and wish Fr. Cannaday true relaxation and enjoyment as he more fully engages retired life. Both Fr. Wagner and Fr. Cannaday will be present and involved in Fredericksburg Deanery. Each will occasionally assist here with sacraments as they have in the past.

St. Peter upon the Water Retreat Center, Ingram, TX

St. Peter upon the Water Retreat Center, Ingram, TX

Boerne to Ingram TX

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5 Responses to St Gilbert Ordinariate Community moves from Boerne to Ingram, Texas

  1. It is strange that the parish priest of St. Peter the Apostle in Boerne, who presumably knows the founding pastor of St. Gilbert’s well, should call him Fr. David Cannaday, whilst he is referred to as Fr. Mark Cannady in other places (see “Reports from Our Clergy page 6 here http://ordinariate.net/pictures/NEWJULY24summer2014magazine.pdf ). Which is in fact the right name?

  2. EPMS says:

    Transcription error on the part of person who sets up the bulletin? I have found a dozen references to Fr Mark Cannady.

  3. EPMS says:

    I visited a church once with an acquaintance who volunteered with a local genealogical society. The dedications on the stained glass windows were noted as a goldmine of genealogical information, but, I was cautioned, “Always try to find a second source, or if possible, a third.” If you can’t trust a window you definitely can’t trust a bulletin.

  4. Fr. Carlos Marchesani says:

    Peace be with you dear Fr. Mark. Hope the Saint Gilbert community may grow in number of faithful. I love Saint Gilbert and hope to found prayers groups with people that loves him too. May God bless you and all community. In Christ, Fr. Carlos Marchesani

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