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.
On May 13, 2013, Brother Joseph Mary professed his perpetual vows as a Slave of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The ceremony took place during a traditional-rite Missa Cantata celebrated by the Very Reverend Monsignor Daniel O. Lamothe, V.F., at Saint Benedict Center in Richmond NH. Ad multos, sanos felicesque annos, Frater in Christo!
From the Boston Globe: [Update: Here is the obituary, with more information, from the Stanton Funeral Service site.] Joseph R. Nolan, a justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court for 14 years, died Monday, according to the Stanton Funeral Service in Watertown. He was 87. Appointed by Governor Ed King in 1981, Justice Nolan was considered one of the more conservative members of the bench … More →
Please consider joining us on the Pilgrimage for Restoration this year, either in person or remotely. Even if you are only mildly interested in the pilgrimage, pre-register for it. The reasons for this are several-fold, and I will mention them later. We ask readers of this site to do what you can to make news of the Pilgrimage “go viral,” via Facebook, Twitter, email, and … More →
We here at SBC are building a chapel and are in need of funds, so some may think I’m being imprudent in trying to help someone else. Somehow, I think we’ll survive this plug. Tracy Tucciarone, the traditional Catholic lady who is webmistress of the Fisheaters site has sent out the following appeal. If you can, give her a little hand to help keep this … More →
We apologize for the fact that our site has had intermittent service the last couple of days. This includes the online store. Apparently a vulnerability in our system has been exploited by spammers. We are working on correcting the problems now. Dear spammers: Thanks to the latest drone technology, we have figured out where you live, and have deployed a pack of rabid hyenas to … More →
The Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Profess Our Filial Submission to His Holiness, Pope Francis
On the occasion of his elevation to the Supreme Pontificate of the Catholic Church, we, the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, profess our filial submission to Pope Francis. In this man, who hails from our New World, now rests the fullness of the Apostolic power. Respecting his express wishes, our religious family will ever pray for him to teach, govern, and sanctify God’s … More →
Every year, on March 4-12, the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary pray the Novena of Grace as a community. All are invited to join with us in praying the novena for the following intention, plus any personal intentions that you would like to add: For the good success of the conclave soon to take place. By this, we mean, specifically, that the man … More →
Here are some lovely images put together by Owen Carson to give you a clearer idea of what we’re working towards. For a bigger image, just click on each one. For more about our chapel project, please go here.
What is memorialization? Memorialization means remembering your loved ones with a particular sacred item in a church. This item may have a name or intention engraved on it. It is a concrete way to remember loved ones or preserve your intention. How does memorialization work? There is a list of items (windows, side shrines, altar rail, altar, pews, tabernacle, stations, etc.) which you can choose … More →
Today begins the traditional Chair of Unity octave, originally planned to last from the feast of Saint Peter’s Chair at Rome until the feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul on January 25. The devotion has evolved into the “Week of Prayer,” since the removal from the calendar of the feast that opened the octave. But in the 1962 rubrics, a priest may offer the … More →
Sister Maria Philomena put together a YouTube video of progress on our chapel project. The music is the Sisters singing Tota Pulchra Es, O Maria, which is apt considering tomorrow’s Feast of the Immaculate Conception. To date, we have raised $424,530.00 out of our $750,000 goal for our chapel building project. You can donate, or make a pledge to this cause online.
It would be a boon to the cause of Tradition if the Holy Father would himself publically offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in the traditional rite. If you share that conviction, then please consider signing the petition below. Change.org|Free Online Petitions
It is my sad duty to report the departure from this veil of tears of Father Michael Alexander Jarecki. Father died a little after 5:00 PM today, October 22, 2012. Brother Louis Marie and I were at his side praying when he breathed his last. He had received the last rites Saturday night, just two nights ago. Father turned ninety-five years old on the Feast … More →
You can purchase all the talks and the panel discussion on CD or downloadable MP3. Each presentation is also available singly in both media. We are grateful for your patronage of our online store.