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.
Would You Like to Give Alms, Memorialize a Loved One, AND Beautify the Mass with These Lovely Vestments?
Would you like to help beautify the liturgy here at Saint Benedict Center? Our sacristy is in need of some “everyday” vestments to give us a chance to repair our aging items. We are able to get the vestments shown below for an unbelievable deal from skilled vestment makers in Catholic Poland, so the memorialization of each set of vestments (one set per color) is only $300. If … More →
Our friend Mike Church has a new venture in online radio syndication. After being unceremoniously booted from SiriusXM Radio, for bringing too much Catholicity onto that venue, Mike has launched out into the deep. His new venture? Veritas Radio Network, which describes itself in these words: Where Religion Collides With Politics, History and Culture. No one offers listeners a more compelling lineup of ORIGINAL radio … More →
The Saint Augustine Institute of Wisdom (SAI) has a new web site! Take a look and sign up! SAI is the educational division of Saint Benedict Center. The Institute provides well-rounded and conveniently simple courses of instruction in Catholic thought. The course will have the aspect of continued adult education: Catholic men and women, in any ordinary occupation in life, increasing their knowledge of the … More →
Mandeville, LA (Mike Church) – Brothers, I will tell you discreetly, SOME of what transpired at SiriusXM and what I will be doing as a result. The boys at Breitbart.com have successfully maneuvered to take over the Patriot Channel morning drive show. I was denied being moved to another time or channel, COMPLETELY denied (after 13 years!). I was instead offered a “weekend show” which I declined. No hard feelings. I pray for the success … More →
Join us on Friday-Saturday, October 16 and 17, 2015, for Saint Benedict Center’s annual conference. You may register online or by telephone: (603) 239-6485. What: This year’s conference theme is “Total Consecration to Mary: The Remedy for our Ills” Where: Saint Benedict Center, 95 Fay Martin Road, Richmond, New Hampshire, 03470. When: Friday and Saturday, October 16 and 17, 2015. Both will be full conference days. How Much: Go here for price … More →
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Join us on Friday-Saturday, October 16 and 17, 2015, for Saint Benedict Center’s annual conference. NOTE: In recent years, our Conference has been on Columbus Day weekend. But this has caused some conflicts with the previously scheduled activities of other traditional Catholic communities. Therefore, we have transferred it to the following weekend. Who: 1. Dr. G.C. Dilsaver — The Heroic Freedom of Holy Slavery 2. Gary Potter — The Once and Future … More →
Later this week, a priest will begin a four-week visit to Saint Benedict Center. He is coming with our Bishop’s permission in order that we might get to know each other. What happens after his four-week visit is not yet planned, nor can it be at this point.1 Father will offer the Holy Mass on Friday Morning, and daily for the duration of his stay. (Providentially, he arrives in time for First … More →
We have just learned that Father Paul Trinchard, of New Orleans, died on Saturday night or Sunday morning last following emergency surgery due to colon cancer. That cancer had been diagnosed as advanced metastatic only some three weeks previously. Father Trinchard visited the Center in Richmond about 23 years ago. I knew him personally before that, as we are both from New Orleans. Father suffered … More →
The recently released undercover videos from The Center for Medical Progress have had good results. These are the videos that expose the crimes of Planned Parenthood employees and their business partners, who are trafficking in human organs for profit. This Saturday, across our Republic, a National Day of Protest is being sponsored by a coalition of pro-life groups, including Human Life International and New Hampshire Right to … More →
Saint Benedict Center is losing our resident priest, who has been with us the last almost five years. We are looking for another priest to fill that role as soon as possible. Here in southern New Hampshire are a small group of religious brothers, sisters, and traditional Catholic lay faithful (200+ on Sundays). We have a small school, too, and do some publishing, such as … More →
We have just arrived home from the funeral of Sister Gemma, M.I.C.M., one of the founding members of the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and a Sister at Saint Ann’s House in Harvard, Massachusetts. Sister Gemma was predeceased by a mere two days by Sister Mary Lucy, M.I.C.M., also a founding member and a religious of Saint Ann’s House. These two Sisters made … More →
I received an email from Kathleen Heckenkamp of the Apostolate of Our Lady of Good Success. In it, she says: …we received a phone call on Saturday from Ann Cillis’ daughter, Theresa. Anne has always been known to be a terrific fighter for the Catholic Truth and a great defender of the Faith and loyal friend of Padre Pio, being a spiritual daughter of his. … More →
This conference is NOT about the crisis in the Church, but about the crisis in the world because it’s NOT Catholic. ISOC invites you to experience the third in the series of Rebuilding Christendom conferences dedicated to traditional Catholic Social Teachings: With special emphasis on the writings of Father Joseph Casper Husslein (about whom see this and this), a visionary who labored all his life to guarantee justice and opportunity for all … More →
Boston’s annual homosexual “Pride” parade and festival will occur this Saturday, June 13th. The event is a cauldron of depravity, characterized by indecency, immodesty, lewd and lascivious behavior, exhibitionism, and open displays of sado-masochism, including men in leather masks, dog collars, and chains. Besides celebrating the rejection of Divine and natural law, it frequently promotes explicitly anti-Catholic themes. Last year’s honorary Grand Marshals were the Sisters … More →