O LORD, I beseech Thee to grant me Thy divine light, that I may know the designs of Thy providence concerning me, and that, filled with a sincere desire for my soul’s salvation, I may say, with the young man … Continue reading
The Telegraph’s Gerald Warner gives Richard Dawkins, that dyspeptic dynamo of Darwinian dogmatism, a very well deserved smack. Dawkins is not interested in empirical, scientific evidence when he is kicking religion. If the Pope favoured condoms Dawkins would probably be … Continue reading
When Hilaire Belloc wrote in 1931 that the new paganism, which was already infecting the world, would not be like the old polytheism, but openly satanic, he was not prophesying. He was prognosticating.
She didn’t quite say it that way (notice, no quotes). But the wife of the UK’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair did say, “There’s also a real concern about saving lives and I absolutely believe, and scientific evidence shows, that … Continue reading
A strange book indeed! It is a novel; yet the author is not a novelist. It is a love story; yet that is the least aspect of it. It is not a horror story; yet it is scary. Before one … Continue reading
LifeNews reports: — Governor Rick Perry has issued a proclamation designating April as Abortion Recovery Awareness Month and April 18th as Hope for Life Day. “Ending a pregnancy through abortion interrupts the natural birth process and creates significant trauma and … Continue reading
Catholicism.org has recently published a few things on marriage, the editors being of the conviction that the restoration of the family is necessary for the restoration of the Church and the State. It’s good to see that there is an … Continue reading
Having long since declared themselves experts in all things hate, the Southern Poverty Law Center has recently updated their “hate map,” and — you may have guessed it — “the nation’s richest civil rights organization” (USA Today) continues to lie … Continue reading
Joseph Sobran, ever the deep thinker, has penetrated into the enervated mind of American public opinion. The issue is President Obama’s Notre Dame speech, but that’s just a jumping-off point for Sobran’s poignant observations. Do yourself a favor and read … Continue reading
Basically, there are four kinds of people who have their reasons for using condoms. First, there are physically healthy married couples, who use them to avoid a pregnancy.
A new tab at the top of our main page is meant to keep Catholicism.org readers up to date on SBC Conference news and upcoming Catholic America Tour engagements. But for those who have missed this new feature, let me … Continue reading
Something that the town of Richmond, New Hampshire has that many other towns don’t is an old-fashioned annual town meeting. Another thing Richmond has is a town cane. It was given to the town on the two hundred fiftieth anniversary … Continue reading
There is an interview with the writer, James Kalb, on the Zenit website that is worth a read. Kalb authored a book titled, The Tyranny of Liberalism, in which he demonstrates that the liberalism, which has infected every nation, has … Continue reading
Several bloggers specializing in defaming us and our Catholic apostolate have recently leveled the vicious libel of “racism” at us. To answer some questions these postings have generated, I offer the following observations. The accusation that Father Feeney and Saint … Continue reading
The following Communiqué from Bishop John B. McCormack was released today by the Manchester, New Hampshire Diocese. We at Saint Benedict Center applaud this statement by our Bishop, and commend him and his support for traditional marriage to the prayers … Continue reading