Category Archives: Announcements
Upcoming events, special promotions, news from Saint Benedict Center and our apostolate: all these could be announced in this area of our site.
The 28th Annual Way of the Cross for Life will be held on Good Friday, April 3, at 9:00 a.m., from Government Center in Boston to Holy Cross Cathedral, a two-mile walk. Father Tom Carzon will lead us, and Cardinal Sean will bless us at the Cathedral. Join us and pray to end abortion! Contact Colbe Mazzarella email@example.com (617)569-4570 WayoftheCrossForLife.org Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Demand Action from National Leadership of Knights of Columbus over Saint Patrick’s Day Parade Scandal
The Catholic Action League of Massachusetts today is urging all faithful Catholics concerned over the scandal of Boston’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade to contact the national leadership of the Knights of Columbus in New Haven, and urge them to veto the decision by Bay State Knights to march in Sunday’s parade along with a homosexual activist group. The State Council of the Massachusetts Knights of Columbus … More →
Due to travel complications caused by inclement weather, Father Phillipson is not able to be here to offer the regular 7:30 and 9:30 Sunday Masses tomorrow. Instead, Monsignor Lamothe will offer a Low Mass at 2:00 in the afternoon, after he has fulfilled obligations elsewhere. The calling tree has been notified. Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Many of our readers probably noticed that we had a glitch on our site for a time. When a reader scrolled near the bottom of a page, he could not scroll back up; he was trapped in the comments section. This nuisance was fixed last evening, thanks to the competence of our fantastic web designer, who can parse php in his sleep. Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Some readers recently commented on a posting regarding the tragic case of Brittany Maynard. The word “hell,” which appeared in several of the comments, flagged off our moderation system not to allow those comments to be published, pending moderation. I have just removed “hell” from the list of “bad words” that Disqus flags for moderation. (That list is long and grotesque, by the way!) I’m … More →
We are experiencing some problems with the Disqus comment system. All comments are being recorded and posted. The problem is with their syncing to our web site in such a way that they are properly displayed on our front page. It may take some time to fix this problem as we are unable to attend to it right away due to the other duties that … More →
Update: Print this flyer and get others to come too! Join us on Friday-Saturday, October 10 and 11, 2014, for Saint Benedict Center’s annual conference. You may register online or by telephone: (603) 239-6485. What: This year’s conference theme is “Catholic and Counterrevolutionary” Where: Saint Benedict Center, 95 Fay Martin Road, Richmond, New Hampshire, 03470. When: Friday and Saturday, October 10 and 11, 2014. Both will be full conference days. How Much: Go here … More →
Due to lamentable circumstances beyond his and our control, the traditional religious priest who was scheduled to give two talks at our upcoming conference, Father Sean Kopczynski, is unable to be present at the event. Both the good Father Sean and the M.I.C.M. sponsors of the Conference are very sorry for this. God is good, though, and we have filled his two slots with other … More →
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A religious profession is a good and beautiful thing. We here at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, congratulate the Brothers and Sisters at Saint Benedict Center in Still River, Massachusetts, on the recent profession of Sister Mary Imelda: On September 8th, 2014, Sister Mary Imelda, novice, the former Mary-Kate Duffy of Shirley Massachusetts, made her first vows to Our Lord, Jesus Christ, as His bride. The … More →
(Cato Institute) Low- and middle-income children in New Hampshire will now be able to use tax-credit scholarships at any school they choose, whether secular or religious. This morning, the New Hampshire Supreme Court (NHSC) followed the precedent of the U.S. Supreme Court in unanimously ruling that the petitioners challenging the “Live Free or Die” state’s scholarship tax credit law lack standing because they could not demonstrate any harm. The law grants … More →
We received sad news this morning. Anthony Fraser, the son of Hamish Fraser, died of a heart attack, either last night or early this morning. Anthony was the editor of Apropos Magazine, the successor to his father’s Approaches. Like his great father, he was an intrepid defender of the Social Rights of Our Lord Jesus Christ the King and an ardent devotee of integral Catholic … More →
Our site has only been partially loading the last couple of days. We believe we have resolved this problem. We are sorry for any inconvenience that came of this. Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.
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Users attempting to “tweet” posts on this site in the last couple of days will have seen a message like this: “This request looks like it might be automated. To protect our users from spam and other malicious activity, we can’t complete this action right now. Please try again later.” But Google’s Safe Browsing Diagnostic page says that our site is NOT “listed as suspicious.” We have opened … More →