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Our Brothers Louis Marie and Joseph Mary went to New Jersey and Philadelphia this week to do some apostolic work. Among their tasks was a visit to our brethren of the North Star Group, the Federation of North American Explorers group in New Jersey. A small photo album that our North Star brethren posted on Facebook has some photos of “Brother Mongoose”1 (Brother Louis Marie) … More →
An editorial in The Anchor has taken the view that protecting the Irish-Catholic identity of a Saint Patrick’s Day parade from homosexual activists is a “distraction” from “our Lenten call.” They also took the occasion to smear Father Leonard Feeney. I posted a comment on the site, which, as of now, has not yet been approved. Here it is: The editorial errs where it says … More →
Tonight at 10:00 Eastern Time, Brother André Marie will be interviewed by Christine Niles, host of “Forward Boldly.” Go to the Forward Boldly site to hear the interview live or click on it later for the archived version. (We are also embedding it below.) About Forward Boldly: The title is taken from the battle cry of St. Joan of Arc. Riding before the army of … More →
This is a press release sent to local media outlets announcing the Solemn Mass that marks the grand opening of IHM Chapel. Thank you, Benefactors! Following the press release are a few facts about the new IHM Chapel that may be of interest to our readers. * * * * * * * * * * * * The Saint Benedict Center, administered by the … More →
Sister Maria Philomena was a contributor to a recently published and now best-selling book, Amazing Grades. Her contribution to the volume is entitled “From Loathing to Loving Literature: Questions to Ask So You Can Master Any Book.” Here is the publisher’s write up of the book: Amazing Grades is a worldwide goodwill book written by 101 best selling authors and experts from 13 countries around … More →
The IHM School site has a photo gallery from the March 25 profession of two of our sisters. Please join us in thanking God that Sister Maria Rosaria and Sister Marie Gabrielle took their final vows as Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Sister Mary Bernadette Maluf, M.I.C.M. (January 8, 1920 – December 16, 2011), founding member of the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Prioress of Saint Benedict Center in Richmond, New Hampshire, and educator died on Friday, December 16, at the age of 91. Mary Kathleen Healy Maluf (her name before entering the convent) was born in Detroit, Michigan, the only child of Dr. Gaillard … More →
Although I am a Freemason, I will say one thing for you people, and that is you are not at all hypocritical about our primary goal which you state as being: “We Want To Make America a Catholic Nation.” This is very clear, as are Catholic beliefs and doctrines, which as you know I don’t agree with. However, like it or not, your mission is crystal clear, which is far more than I can ever say for our stupid, arrogant politicians (both Republicans and Democrats, Liberals and Conservatives, Catholics and Protestants etc.) who have no plan or mission, and still continue to bombard us on a daily basis with all of their utterly contradictory hogwash, claptrap, bum wad, and drivel.
The MICM Sisters, who run Immaculate Heart of Mary School have just begun to send out an email newsletter. It is to be a monthly. The first issue of it may be sampled online here. The school also has a blog at ihm.catholicism.org. If you would like to receive their monthly e-newsletter, please sign up here. Lastly, those interested in helping to support traditional Catholic … More →
Sister Anne Mary, M.I.C.M., is one of Father Feeney’s original disciples, being the first member of the community to have attended Father’s lectures at the original Saint Benedict Center in Cambridge. She joined the community in 1949, and has been faithful to her religious profession for sixty-one years. On November 1, the Feast of All Saints, she turned 90.
[Tower of David Ministry] Father Feeney was a priest of the Society of Jesus until, in 1949, he co-founded the religious order, Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Mancipia Immaculati Cordis Mariae), whose acronym is MICM. This priest was a defender of the unchangeable traditional teaching/doctrine of the Catholic Church.
We will tell the history of the Center in a question-and-answer format. How did Saint Benedict Center begin? In 1940, a prominent Catholic laywoman, Catherine Goddard Clarke, sought permission of the then Archbishop of Boston, William Cardinal O’Connell, to establish an educational oasis of Catholic truth close to the renowned secular universities that dominated the area. The cardinal agreed to the project, admonishing Mrs. Clarke … More →