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Paul Likoudis, News Editor for The Wanderer, Author, RIP

CATHOLIC ACTION LEAGUE MOURNS THE DEATH OF PAUL LIKOUDIS C.J. Doyle The Catholic Action League of Massachusetts is today mourning the untimely death of one of the most valiant exponents... More →

Frances Allen, Daughter of Ethan Allen, First U.S. Citizen to Become a Nun

She was not the first American to become a nun. That was the convert Lydia Longely of Groton, Massachusetts. Lydia was born in 1674. At the age of twenty,... More →

Conference Update: Frà Alexis Bugnolo to Speak

The learned and much labored Brother Alexis Bugnolo will be speaking at our conference this year. Brother Alexis is translator of the works of Saint Bonaventure, Registrar of the... More →

‘Power Corrupts and Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely’

This saying (often overrated as an axiom), is attributed to Lord John Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron of Acton (1834-1902). This historian, writer, and moralist did not invent the cliché. That may have... More →

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crus_ad-rem-feature A New Order of Crusaders: Seriously!

As I write, two events are on the horizon for the religious here at Saint Benedict Center. The first is the annual Pilgrimage for Restoration (September 23-25), a three-day, sixty-five mile walking pilgrimage from Lake George, New York, to Auriesville, New York, where we will pray in the spot sanctified by the martyrdom of three of the eight holy Jesuits... More →

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Did You Know?  Catholic Trivia

Westminster Abbey was stolen!

Westminster Abbey was stolen! As is the case with all ancient English churches, monasteries, or convents presently in the hands of the Anglicans, the famed Abbey where English monarchs are crowned and buried, was once the property of a Catholic institution. Westminister Abbey was a Benedictine monastery. While the Catholic origin of the Abbey... More →

 

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