The Jesuit administered College of the Holy Cross is actually considering changing the historic name of its football team, as the term Crusaders might be offensive to the followers of Mohamed. There is no indication that any Muslim, whose community … Continue reading
Good news. We will have a visiting priest here at SBC during Advent and Christmas. Revising what we earlier posted, here is our new Mass schedule: There will two Masses on Sunday, December 3 at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, New Hampshire: an … Continue reading
USA Today has come out with a laundry list of celebrities and pols recently accused of taking advantage of their power for base carnal gratification: “Weinstein aftermath: All the men accused of sexual misconduct.” While the piece is not recommended … Continue reading
In the Latin Vulgate Bible, Saint Jerome renders the Greek word epiousion in the fourth petition of the Our Father both as “daily” (quotidianum) and as “supersubstantial” (supersubstantialem), The Our Father is recorded in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. … Continue reading
There will be one Mass on Sunday, November 26 at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, New Hampshire. It will be at 10:30 am, and will be a Missa Cantata. There will be a Rosary beginning at 10:00 am. For December 3, … Continue reading
Catholic Action League Criticizes Contraception Subsidy Law The Catholic Action League of Massachusetts today denounced the law expanding employer subsidized contraceptive coverage—Chapter 120 of the Acts of 2017—which Governor Charlie Baker signed this afternoon. The legislation will eliminate all remaining co-pays, … Continue reading
Aside from the fact that Michael Voris overlooks the existence of other heretical sects that had approved of contraception prior to the Anglicans doing so in 1930, the video below is excellent. This moral issue is a hot potato that … Continue reading
There will be one Mass, on Sunday, November 19, at 7:30 am at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, New Hampshire. It will be a High Mass. The Rosary will begin at 7:00 am.
Our friend Steve Cunningham, of the Veritas Radio Network’s “Sermon Sunday” fame, has posted a great sermon on his YouTube channel, Sensus Fidelium. It is a sermon from the Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost, and it was preached just over three … Continue reading
Chris Matthews has just published a book on Robert Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit (Simon & Schuster), which he is promoting vigorously. Among the numerous interviews he has given (many to his colleagues at MSNBC), the one with Al Sharpton, embedded … Continue reading
There will be one Mass, on Sunday, November 12, at 10:30 am at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, New Hampshire. It will be a low Mass. There will be a Rosary beginning at 10:00 am.
No one knows for sure how Cambridge, Massachusetts, native, Father “Jim” Hennessey died, but what is certain is that when the Japanese took over the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific in 1942, he was taken prisoner on Saint Patrick’s … Continue reading
There will be one Mass, on Sunday, November 5, at 10:30 am at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, New Hampshire. It will be a Missa Cantata. There will be a Rosary beginning at 10:00 am.
From Father Jay Finelli, at iPadre.net: Congratulations to my dear friends, The Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Still River, Massachusetts. On 27 October, the Most Rev. Robert J. McManus granted them canonical status as a Public Association of the … Continue reading
There will be a 7:30 am Mass on both Tuesday and Wednesday mornings of this week. Tuesday’s Mass (the vigil of All Saints, i.e., Halloween) will be a low Mass; Wednesday’s will be a High Mass (Missa Cantata) for All … Continue reading