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On Saturday, April 25, Brother André Marie will be speaking at the 2015 Napa Valley Catholic Men’s Conference. He will be one of three speakers at this one-day event that draws hundreds of Catholic men annually. Brother’s talks will be “Montfortian Manliness” and “Religious Liberty vs. Religious Right.” For details, go here: https://www.nccmc.net/ Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.
The 28th Annual Way of the Cross for Life will be held on Good Friday, April 3, at 9:00 a.m., from Government Center in Boston to Holy Cross Cathedral, a two-mile walk. Father Tom Carzon will lead us, and Cardinal Sean will bless us at the Cathedral. Join us and pray to end abortion! Contact Colbe Mazzarella email@example.com (617)569-4570 WayoftheCrossForLife.org Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Update: Print this flyer and get others to come too! Join us on Friday-Saturday, October 10 and 11, 2014, for Saint Benedict Center’s annual conference. You may register online or by telephone: (603) 239-6485. What: This year’s conference theme is “Catholic and Counterrevolutionary” Where: Saint Benedict Center, 95 Fay Martin Road, Richmond, New Hampshire, 03470. When: Friday and Saturday, October 10 and 11, 2014. Both will be full conference days. How Much: Go here … More →
Due to lamentable circumstances beyond his and our control, the traditional religious priest who was scheduled to give two talks at our upcoming conference, Father Sean Kopczynski, is unable to be present at the event. Both the good Father Sean and the M.I.C.M. sponsors of the Conference are very sorry for this. God is good, though, and we have filled his two slots with other … More →
On Thursday, May 22, 2014 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., a public debate will take place on the proposition: “Be it resolved that special creation — the fiat creation by God of all of the different kinds of creatures — is a much better explanation of all of the facts of Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition, Magisterial teaching, and natural science than theistic evolution.” For the … More →
The Satanic Black Mass that was to happen at Harvard University’s Memorial Hall was cancelled last night. Deo Gratias et Mariae! Prayerful protests and acts of reparation took on a tone of thanksgiving when those assembled learned of the event’s cancellation. (News reports linked below inform us that a low-key version of the mocking sacrilege took place at a Chinese restaurant after negotiations fell through with a … More →
The Catholic Action League of Massachusetts will recite a Rosary of Reparation outside of Harvard University’s Memorial Hall this Monday evening, May 12th, beginning at 7PM. The Rosary is a response to the abomination of a Black Mass being performed on the Harvard campus. The Harvard Extension School has granted permission to a student group — the Cultural Studies Club — to sponsor the demonic rite, which will be conducted by … More →
Estote semper parati! (“always be prepared”) is the motto of the Federation of North American Explorers (FNE). Now that our adult leaders have made their promise, FNE’s Mount Monadnock Group, based at Saint Benedict Center in Richmond, N.H., is prepared! Our male and female sections, with their adult leaders, hiked two different trails of our eponymous Mount Monadnock. At the base and the summit, promise … More →
Speaking for all the Brothers and Sisters of the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I heartily thank all those who joined us this past weekend and made our conference a joyful and fruitful one. God bless and Mary keep you all! Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Join us on Friday-Saturday, October 11 and 12, 2013, for Saint Benedict Center’s annual conference. You may register online or by telephone: (603) 239-6485. What: This year’s conference theme is “What Do ‘Liberal’ and ‘Conservative’ Mean?” Where: Saint Benedict Center, 95 Fay Martin Road, Richmond, New Hampshire, 03470. When: Friday and Saturday, October 11 and 12, 2012. Both will be full conference days. How Much: … More →
Our eighth Conference speaker will be Mr. Yves Jacques. The addition of Mr. Jacques rounds off our list, which also includes Mr. Gary Potter, Dr. Robert Hickson, Mr. Charles Coulombe, Mr. C. Joseph Doyle, Sr. Maria Philomena, M.I.C.M., Br. André Marie, M.I.C.M., and Mr. Brian Kelly. Mr. Jacques will speak Saturday on “Social Credit in the Light of the Catholic Social Teaching and the Application … More →
Last weekend took place the SBC Men’s Retreat at a local campground in Richmond. Daily Mass, Rosary, and manly activities complemented a series of talks by Fr. David Phillipson, Dr. G.C. Dilsaver, Mr. Steve Demasco, and your humble servant. This was not an Ignatian retreat, but something of an entirely different order. Among the activities the men and boys engaged in were building altars out of local … More →
Things are quiet on our web site this week because Brian Kelly is away. Additionally, several of us are recuperating from a wonderful weekend spent at a local campground for our first — hopefully annual — SBC Men’s Retreat. Daily Mass and Rosary and manly activities complemented a series of talks by Fr. David Phillipson, Dr. G.C. Dilsaver, Mr. Steve Demasco, and your humble servant. Among the … More →
This year’s theme is “What Do ‘Liberal’ and ‘Conservative’ Mean?” The speakers are being lined up now. Please register early at our online store. The conference dates are Friday and Saturday, October 11 and 12, 2013. Both will be full conference days. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered according to the traditional Roman Rite (“Extraordinary Form”) during the conference, as it always … 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 →