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 … Continue reading
A religious profession is a good and beautiful thing. We here at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, congratulate the Brothers and Sisters at Saint Benedict Center in Still River, Massachusetts, on the recent profession of Sister Mary Imelda: On September 8th, … Continue reading
(Cato Institute) Low- and middle-income children in New Hampshire will now be able to use tax-credit scholarships at any school they choose, whether secular or religious. This morning, the New Hampshire Supreme Court (NHSC) followed the precedent of the U.S. Supreme Court … Continue reading
We received sad news this morning. Anthony Fraser, the son of Hamish Fraser, died of a heart attack, either last night or early this morning. Anthony was the editor of Apropos Magazine, the successor to his father’s Approaches. Like his … Continue reading
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(Realtor.com— click here for pictures) Looking for that Wow factor? Airy and bright custom open concept home with post & beam effect. Living and dining great room with cathedral ceiling, skylights and floor to ceiling windows. Cherry and pine floors. … Continue reading
Users attempting to “tweet” posts on this site in the last couple of days will have seen a message like this: “This request looks like it might be automated. To protect our users from spam and other malicious activity, we … Continue reading
Boston’s annual homosexual “Pride” Parade — which will occur this Saturday, June 14th — is a cauldron of depravity. It is characterized by lewd behavior, immodest dress, and lurid displays of exhibitionism and sadomasochism. The message of the parade, and … Continue reading
The North American Martyrs are looking for a few, good men… The North American Martyrs Lacrosse Club is a masters and grandmasters lacrosse club for traditional Catholic men 35 years of age and older. We welcome Catholic men from across … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
The Catholic Action League of Massachusetts today condemned Harvard University for allowing a student group to have a Black Mass performed on campus. The New York based Satanic Temple, under the sponsorship of the Cultural Studies Club of the Harvard Extension … Continue reading
Below is a wonderful little video “showing off” a girl’s Otter Lodge. “What’s an Otter?” It’s a boy or girl aged 6 to 8, who is a member of the Federation of North American Explorers. Here in Richmond we have a … Continue reading
Join us for Holy Week and Easter Sunday. (You can get directions here.) The schedule is as follows: Maundy Thursday: Rosary: 6:30 pm; High Mass: 7:00 pm; Confessions: After Mass (The High Mass is followed by all-night Eucharistic Adoration.) Good Friday: Confession: 1:00-3:00 pm; Rosary: 2:00 pm; Stations … Continue reading
Store.Catholicism.org is back online! The upgrade work took longer than we had anticipated. We’re sorry about that.
Our online store will be down for a time beginning today (Wednesday) for scheduled upgrades. We hope to keep the down time as limited as possible, but it may last for more than a day. The upgraded store.Catholicism.org will be … Continue reading