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
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.
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
The home detailed below is just down the road from Saint Benedict Center. Spacious and open-concept 3,899 square foot, four-bedroom, three-bath Gambrel home. Located on 28 acres with fields, apple trees, walking trails and a babbling brook at the base … Continue reading
The priest that we had lined up to offer Holy Mass at 7:30 am tomorrow (October 6) has told us only lately that he is unable to come. In spite of our best efforts in the last couple of days … Continue reading
In cooperation with America Needs Fatima, Saint Benedict Center is sponsoring a Rosary Rally on Saturday, October 14, beginning at Noon. This public act of Marian devotion is in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the Miracle of the … Continue reading
Starting October 6 you can listen to our conference where ever you are through Mike Church’s radio website. Go here to subscribe and listen in high definition.
THE SCHEDULE IS NOW POSTED HERE. Our theme is “A Worldview in the Light of Fatima.” Below is our list of speakers. To register for the conference, go here. Sister Maria Philomena, M.I.C.M. — Religious Sister of the Slaves of the … Continue reading
Any serious entrepreneurs among our readership should consider the contents of the Richmond Commercial Redevelopment Feasibility Study. This study pertains to a location in Richmond which used to have a gas station and general store, which has since been torn … Continue reading
Catholicism.org exists to spread the Catholic faith to the entire Anglosphere. The intention of the publishers and contributors is to share the truth, beauty, and goodness of the Catholic Church with all our readers. We also post news and opinion … Continue reading
(In the following Op-Ed piece by Bishop Athanasius Schneider, we have taken the liberty of bold-facing certain passages we consider especially deserving of attention. This was done at the risk of a certain loss in typographical aesthetics. The entire piece … Continue reading
Monsignor Nicola Bux, professor of theology and former CDF consultant, spoke very frankly with Edward Pentin about “doctrinal anarchy” currently afflicting the Church. Included in his comments are important points about the true nature of the papal office and the … Continue reading
After a hiatus forced by the lawfare inflicted upon him by Planned Parenthood’s surrogates, David Daleiden is back at it. See coverage of this story in The Washington Times, National Review, and Breitbart. NOTE: The video keeps getting pulled off of … Continue reading
Remember that the Feast of the Ascension has an Octave, so, for eight days, meditating on this mystery is timely. May we suggest The Ascension and the Apostolate? Here at Saint Benedict Center, the Friday after Ascension Thursday marks the beginning … Continue reading