Author Archives: Br. Maximilian Maria, M.I.C.M.
Supposedly, revolutions get organized on Twitter now. Flashmobs, too. If social disorder and moral turpitude can be organized there, can wholesome Catholic events? If you’re interested in coming to a quasi-scientific answer to this question and you use Twitter, then follow the Pilgrimage for Restoration on Twitter and “retweet” the following status: The 17th annual Pilgrimage for Restoration is scheduled for Friday-Sunday, September 28-30. #PilgrimageForRestoration … More →
Speakers so far lined up: Mr. Gary Potter, Dr. Robert Hickson, Mr. Charles Coulombe, K.C.S.S., Dr. G.C. Dilsaver, Mr. C. Joseph Doyle, Br. André Marie, M.I.C.M. This year’s SBC Conference will be Friday October 7 to Saturday October 8, following the same general format as last year’s. Please mark this important event on your calendars. Note: Recordings of previous conference talks are available at our … More →
This one from The New American. Excerpt: Smells of a Smear But nowadays the SPLC has become infamous for its commando-aggressive, slick campaigns against mainstream Americans who support constitutional government, the Second Amendment, sound money, traditional marriage, and legal immigration. For instance, John F. McManus, publisher of The New American and president of The John Birch Society,
What follows is reproduced from the Pilgrimage for Restoration Weblog. The change in the pilgrimage schedule should make it more convenient for collegians, working folks, and most anybody to attend. It’s also more like the schedule of the Chartres Pilgrimage in France. While you’re at it, you might like to get on the pilgrimage mailing list to keep up to date.
Two technical updates: Email to a Friend. If you look at any posting on our site, you will see, in a bar above and below the text, a graphic button that allows you to email this posting to a friend. That feature, inadvertently disabled for a while now, was fixed today. All of our articles can easily be emailed to your friends from our site. … More →
The author pages on our site (e.g., Gary Potter’s) are now improved. These pages list all of the articles and columns by each author on the site. Simply click on the hypertext name of the author and you will see his bio, followed by all his posted works. Only ten postings a page are listed, but there is a navigation bar at the bottom that … More →
At long last, we have migrated all our online books to the new WordPress Catholicism.org. You can now read: Our Glorious Popes, by Sister Catherine, M.I.C.M. Fish on Friday, by Father Leonard Feeney, M.I.C.M. Survival Till Seventeen, by Father Leonard Feeney, M.I.C.M. Gate of Heaven, by Sister Catherine, M.I.C.M. Philosophia Perennis, Volume I, by Brother Francis, M.I.C.M. De Laicis, by Saint Robert Bellarmine, S.J. On … More →
Catholicism.org has many feeds for you to use in RSS readers, on your personal blogs, or on other webs sites. We also have a Facebook Application that uses RSS. (If you would like to learn about RSS, please scroll down to “About RSS.”) All authors and all categories have their own feeds. Here are some of the main feeds you can use:
All you Facebook users out there can now help propagate the Crusade in three different ways. We now have: a Facebook page: “Saint Benedict Center”; a Facebook group: Friends of Father Feeney and Saint Benedict Center; and a Facebook Application that allows you to put RSS feeds from Catholicism.org on your wall.
Something that the town of Richmond, New Hampshire has that many other towns don’t is an old-fashioned annual town meeting. Another thing Richmond has is a town cane. It was given to the town on the two hundred fiftieth anniversary of the town’s founding, thus the name: “The Richmond 250 Cane”. It is passed on from year to year at the town meeting and is … More →
The following Communiqué from Bishop John B. McCormack was released today by the Manchester, New Hampshire Diocese. We at Saint Benedict Center applaud this statement by our Bishop, and commend him and his support for traditional marriage to the prayers of our readers.
Once a month, a group of faithful Catholics from Saint Benedict Center go to Keene, New Hampshire, to pray in front of the Planned Parenthood clinic there. While it’s not a “kill mill” in the strict sense — they do not commit abortion on site — the PP employees at this location do refer expectant mothers to nearby abortuaries to have their babies murdered.
This bill could require pastors to perform “gay marriages.” Read the bill text for yourself and ask your State Representative(s) to vote against it. To find your representatives’ names, go here, and then put their names/addresses into http://www.411.com/ to get their phone numbers. You can also call Governor Lynch at 271-2121 and politely ask that he veto it if it passes. Takes 5 minutes. To … More →
Here are some pictures we took at the Shrine of Bl. Francis Xavier Seelos and the German parish church, Saint Mary’s Assumption. Both the shrine and church are simply stunning. We went slightly out of our way on the CAT to go into New Orleans for a pilgrimage and it was well worth it. There is more information on the shrine here, at the National … More →
The first two talks of the Catholic America Tour are now over. Speaking in De Pere and Necedah, Wisconsin, Brother André Marie launched the CAT before two very interested audiences. To read a little about the trip, and to find out how you can organize an event in your area, go to: The CAT is Launched: Wisconsin Was Great! …and spread the word!