It was a surprise to many that the Holy Father made no statement for or against Limbo last Friday. What had been promised by the secular press, citing members of the International Theological Commission (ITC), was that the pope would … Continue reading
Category: «Ad Rem» A Fortnightly Email Message from the Prior
«Ad Rem» is our Prior’s fortnightly email message offering news and commentary regarding the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the Crusade of St. Benedict Center, and issues affecting the universal Church. Each number offers brief, ad rem (“to the point”) commentary on timely or otherwise important matters. Click here to subscribe to our email list and receive the «Ad Rem» each time it’s published.
Regensburg and James Carroll
Regardless of one’s opinion of the Holy Father’s talk at Regensburg and how the reaction has been handled by the Holy See, two facts are undeniable: The reaction of the Islamic world to criticism of its violence and irrationality was … Continue reading →
The American Martyrs and the Message of Salvation
As this «Ad Rem» reaches you, many of our religious, joined with several tertiaries, youngsters and other companions, will be on pilgrimage from Lake George, New York to the Shrine of the North American Martyrs in Auriesville, New York, a … Continue reading →
Now Allowed: “Serious and Constructive Criticism of Vatican II”?
With this mailing, the “Catholicism.org Email List” takes on a new identity: «Ad Rem» A Weekly Email Message from the Prior. The simple format will remain essentially unchanged. Besides site updates and news about the Crusade, I plan to offer … Continue reading →