From Saint John Eudes’ book, Baptism: Man’s Contract with God: That you may have a true faith in those things which God has revealed, it is necessary that you should believe in the Catholic Church, in which alone you can … Continue reading
On Friday, May 25th, the citizens of the Republic of Ireland, in a national referendum, voted by a two to one majority to repeal the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution, which guaranteed the right to life of unborn children … Continue reading
This Friday, May 25th, the Republic of Ireland will hold a national referendum on the proposed repeal of the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution, which guarantees the right to life of the unborn child. A corrupt Irish court, ignoring … Continue reading
Joy Pullmann, of The Federalist, has published a short piece on the Southern Poverty Law Center in light of the organization’s recent partnership with Amazon.com. Here is how she begins: Amazon has decided to pull the Alliance Defending Freedom from … Continue reading
On 4, 5, 6 May, the Fatima Group will be hosting some special events in San Diego. You do not want to miss this!! Our guest speaker will be Dr. G. C. Dilsaver, author of The Three Marks of Manhood: … Continue reading
From…. CONGREGATION FOR THE DOCTRINE OF THE FAITH Letter Placuit Deo To the Bishops of the Catholic Church On Certain Aspects of Christian Salvation V. Salvation in the Church, Body of Christ 12. The place where we receive the salvation brought … Continue reading
Here is the description of the video, as given on Tumblar House’s YouTube channel: What is Father Feeney’s thesis and why was he excommunicated? Includes an additional 25 minutes of discussion on baptism of desire and invincible ignorance.
This “Missa Nativitatis Domini” (ZWV 8) by Jan Dismas Zelenka is a lovely baroque Mass setting composed by the Bohemian master we’ve mentioned elsewhere on this site. The video embedded below is of a performance by Musica Florea, conducted by … Continue reading
Good news. We will have a visiting priest here at SBC during Advent and Christmas. Revising what we earlier posted, here is our new Mass schedule: There will two Masses on Sunday, December 3 at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, New Hampshire: an … Continue reading
There will be one Mass, on Sunday, November 19, at 7:30 am at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, New Hampshire. It will be a High Mass. The Rosary will begin at 7:00 am.
Our friend Steve Cunningham, of the Veritas Radio Network’s “Sermon Sunday” fame, has posted a great sermon on his YouTube channel, Sensus Fidelium. It is a sermon from the Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost, and it was preached just over three … Continue reading
There will be one Mass, on Sunday, November 12, at 10:30 am at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, New Hampshire. It will be a low Mass. There will be a Rosary beginning at 10:00 am.
From Father Jay Finelli, at iPadre.net: Congratulations to my dear friends, The Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Still River, Massachusetts. On 27 October, the Most Rev. Robert J. McManus granted them canonical status as a Public Association of the … Continue reading
There will be a 7:30 am Mass on both Tuesday and Wednesday mornings of this week. Tuesday’s Mass (the vigil of All Saints, i.e., Halloween) will be a low Mass; Wednesday’s will be a High Mass (Missa Cantata) for All … Continue reading
The home detailed below is just down the road from Saint Benedict Center. Spacious and open-concept 3,899 square foot, four-bedroom, three-bath Gambrel home. Located on 28 acres with fields, apple trees, walking trails and a babbling brook at the base … Continue reading