On July 8, 2004, Father Paul Wickens passed away in Overlook Hospital after a 6-month battle with cancer. Father Wickens was a Roman Catholic priest for 49 years. He spent the last two decades fighting the forces of liberalism and modernism in the church.
His main weapon in this battle was the Traditional Latin Mass of the Roman Catholic Church -- also known as the Tridentine Mass, the True Mass, and the Mass of All Time. Father Wickens knew the truth: that the decline of the church was directly attributable to the loss of graces incurred after the heretical Second Vatican Council. This, in turn, led to the downward trends that we see in society today.
Even though he has passed to his reward, Father Paul Wickens' legacy and apostolate continue. This web site is dedicated in his honor, intending to serve both as a virtual memorial and as an introduction to the cause to which he devoted so many years of his life.
Father Paul Wickens touched many souls during his life. Please visit the online memorial page, to read the inspiring stories of others and to leave your own personal memorial of Father Wickens.
DISCLAIMER: This website is not affiliated with the current (2005) management of St. Anthony's in West Orange, New Jersey, and does not reflect the opinion or position of the administrators of that property.
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