The Catholic America Tour is planning a road trip, a big one. And we need your help to make it successful. We will cut a CAT path from New Hampshire to Saint Louis, down to Texas, over to Florida, and … Continue reading
According to Bloomberg.com, about 1.25 million people were left powerless in New England as a result of freezing rain. We here at Saint Benedict Center, which is situated on a hilltop in a rural town, are still without power, but … Continue reading
We received news yesterday on the death of Brother Dominic Maria, O.S.C.O. Brother was an early member of Saint Benedict Center and a convert of Father Feeney’s from Protestantism. He was a Harvard student and the scion of the famous … Continue reading
On the Feast of the Divine Maternity (Saturday, October 11, 2008), Brothers Louis Marie and Maximilian Maria will profess their final vows as Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The ceremony of profession will take place during a High … Continue reading
Join the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary on pilgrimage! The St. Joseph’s Brigade (boys and men) and Immaculate Heart of Mary Brigade (girls and single ladies) invite you to accompany us in New York state, on an arduous … Continue reading
Brother André Marie will soon be on the road with the “Catholic America Tour” (CAT). Traveling across our land, Brother will lecture on the subject, “Toward a Catholic America: History, Goals, and Methods.”
We already have it posted in old Ad Rem editions on this site, but the content of those files has been collated into one neat PDF for your convenience. The book under discussion is available in our online bookstore.
Yesterday, we launched a redesigned Catholicism.org news portal. We implemented this new “bloggish” feature to make it easier to post up-to-date headlines and comments.
In the post, “The Status of Father Feeney’s Doctrinal Position,” I stated that the Sisters of Saint Ann’s House do not have a website. That has changed. The good Sisters now have a site here: Sisters of Saint Benedict Center, … Continue reading
Curious? Would you like to practice your academic freedom of inquiry or be spoon-fed by those with an agenda of illiberal intolerance?
We wish all our readers a happy and holy Festival of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Tonight, after praying the Rosary, we will have a candlelight procession from our main chapel to the Priory backyard, singing Marian hymns.
This posting is something I debated within myself for a while, but I decided to go ahead with it. Our Priory has just about everything we need as far as the stuff of this world is considered. (Besides that, we … Continue reading
The page dedicated to answering questions regarding our status in the Church has just gotten some much-needed updating. Included in the updates is a link to a letter from a professional canon lawyer.
October 13, 2007, marks the ninetieth anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun at Fatima, Portugal. The miracle, which testified to the truth of Our Lady’s apparition to three shepherd children, was witnessed by 70,000 people, including atheists, communists, and … Continue reading
At Saint Benedict Center’s annual conference, I gave a talk entitled “The Magisterium on the Magisterium: Contributions to a Constructive Critique of the Council.” For those who are interested: The tapes and CDs of SBC’s 2007 conference are now available! … Continue reading