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We wish all our readers a happy and holy Festival of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Tonight, after praying the Rosary, we will have a candlelight procession from our main chapel to the Priory backyard, singing Marian hymns.
This posting is something I debated within myself for a while, but I decided to go ahead with it. Our Priory has just about everything we need as far as the stuff of this world is considered. (Besides that, we … Continue reading
The page dedicated to answering questions regarding our status in the Church has just gotten some much-needed updating. Included in the updates is a link to a letter from a professional canon lawyer.
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
At Saint Benedict Center’s annual conference, I gave a talk entitled “The Magisterium on the Magisterium: Contributions to a Constructive Critique of the Council.” For those who are interested: The tapes and CDs of SBC’s 2007 conference are now available! … 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
Ninety four years ago today — the Feast of Saint Vincent de Paul, July 19, 1913 — Brother Francis (Fakhri Maluf) was born in a small village near Beirut, Lebanon. Because he did not breathe right away, the Catholic midwife … Continue reading
On Sunday, July 1, Brother André Marie will give a talk in the Milwaukee, WI, area. The subject will be “Twenty-First Century Catholicism: Problems and Solutions.”
The brothers are looking for a young man to help us in the area of layout and graphic design, as part of the St. René Goupil donné program. In this program, men ages 15 and up work for room and … Continue reading
Laudetur Iesus Christus! Gerry Matatics has seen fit to publicize his being banned from our conference.
The Sisters of St. Ann’s House in Still River, Massachusetts, have done the Church the wonderful service of publishing a new collection of Father Feeney’s talks dating from the 1950s: Not Made for This World. The only editing the good … Continue reading
In its April 20 edition, the New Hampshire Union Leader ran a front-page article based on an interview with Brother Francis. About an hour after the news of “habemus papam!” Brother received a call from staff reporter Mark Haywood, whose … Continue reading