Here at the monastery in Richmond, Dr. Maike Hickson, Joseph Topalian, and Third Order Prefect, Brother John Marie Vianney, M.I.C.M., Tert. gave very inspiring talks on their respective topics. Mrs. Hickson, with her husband and their new born, Isabella Maria, in the audience, whetted the listeners’ appetites for good Catholic literature. Mr. Topalian provided a fascinating tour of his own eventful life, filled with adventure and challenge, in the navy during World War II, in an eastern-rite seminary, and as a Catholic Armenian in America. Continue reading
Below is our completed speakers’ list. It promises to be a great lineup!
Preparations are being made for our 2008 conference in Nashua, New Hampshire (July 17-20). Five speakers are lined up so far.
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
This September 26-29, the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary will join the “Pilgrimage for Restoration,” a real American pilgrimage for Catholic tradition. Every year, near the Feast of the Eight North American Martyrs (September 26), we journey with … Continue reading
Your future is clouded by Terrorism. Abortion. Same-sex “marriage.” Depression. Suicide. Crime. Corruption. Broken families. God’s law is transgressed. Blasphemy is rampant. What is the solution to so many problems?
Join the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary on pilgrimage! The St. Joseph’s Brigade (men) and Immaculate Heart of Mary Brigade (women) invite you to accompany us on an arduous and prayerful journey from Lake George to Auriesville, New … Continue reading
Every year, near the Feast of the Eight North American Martyrs (September 26), the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary join traditional Catholics from all over the US and Canada on pilgrimage to the Martyr’s Shrine in New York … Continue reading
Update (3/1/2007): The Conference now has its own web site: http://www.sbcconference.com/ Further updates will be added to the new site.
This year one of our featured speakers at the Saint Benedict Center Conference was Joseph Kung, the nephew of the late Cardinal Kung. Joseph knew his uncle intimately, both as a child and young man in China and, then, even … Continue reading
UPDATE: Our handouts (see below) made their debut on Saturday afternoon, when a group of about 55 or so from our chapel stood in front of a theater to pray and protest “The Da Vinci Code.” The police showed up … Continue reading
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