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
Professor Robert McElvaine is the Elizabeth Chisholm Professor of Arts & Letters at Millsaps College, an author, and is known for his anti-Christian diatribes. He is a blogger on Huffington Post, writes for numerous other liberal outlets, and is a giddy … Continue reading
One could easily grow a bit weary of correcting the blunders about Father Feeney so commonly made by writers in Catholic publications. But I think Father would exhort us to patience and a charitable correction, rather than a boisterous and … Continue reading
Mr. Robert Cohen sent the following letter to the Keene Sentinel on February 2, 2007. To the Sentinel: This letter regards your front-page article, “Anti-Semitism charge thickens plot,” which regards Saint Benedict Center and Antisemitism.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) published an article on Saint Benedict Center in the Summer issue of their Intelligence Report. The liberal organization impugns our stance on “divorce, abortion, birth control, pornography, [and] sodomy.”
“And be not afraid of their fear, and be not troubled.” —1 Peter 3:14-15 “A lie told often enough becomes the truth.” —Vladimir Lenin
Saint Augustine wrote this document to provide a guide for his community of priests. It is remarkably simple, reasonable and evangelical.
An editorial in the Boston Globe of December 19, puts our beloved founder, Father Leonard Feeney, in a very good light. Naturally, James Carroll, the Globe columnist, did not intend that; but in his piece, entitled “What would Cardinal Cushing … Continue reading
From The Point for July, 1958 The Times of London is not normally given to eulogies of Catholic priests. But when Monsignor Ronald Arbuthnott Knox died last August, at the age of 69, The Times paid its respects in 1500 … Continue reading