C. J. Doyle, the Executive Director of the Catholic Action League of Massachusetts, was interviewed last Wednesday by Colbe Mazzarella, the Guest Host of Life Matters, the pro-life television program on the Boston Neighborhood Network, which is cablecast on more … Continue reading
On “Giving Tuesday,” November 27, if you donate via the Immaculate Heart of Mary School’s Facebook page, the donation will be matched (doubled). The matching donations will expire when the $7 million in funds runs out, but you can still … Continue reading
On the weekend of September 14-16, 2018, the Fatima Center will put on a conference in the Buffalo, NY area, called “Fatima for the Next Generation.” It is a conference specifically for young Catholics, aged 18-29. Update: The Conference is now open … Continue reading
A septuagenarian lady in our Catholic community in Richmond, New Hampshire, is looking for an intermediate- to long-term housemate. In exchange for room and board, the desired housemate would attend to certain domestic matters. This is not a nursing job, … Continue reading
For a while now, social media giants (and tech giants in general) have been flexing their progressivist digital muscles by limiting access to “conservative” content on their platforms. (I use the power quotes because much of what passes for conservative … Continue reading
Every year, on March 4-12, the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary pray the Novena of Grace as a community. All are invited to join with us in praying the novena for the following intention, plus any personal intentions … Continue reading
The Mass schedule at Saint Benedict Center is now as follows: Sundays: 8:30 a.m. low Mass, 10:30 a.m. Missa Cantata. Weekdays: 7:30 a.m. low Mass Holy Days of obligation: for days like January 1 and others that are generally a … Continue reading
There will be three Masses for Christmas: The Midnight Mass — This will be a Missa Cantata, and yes, it will begin at twelve midnight, the earliest this Mass may begin in the traditional rite. (This first of the Christmas … Continue reading
Thank you to all our benefactors for getting Saint Benedict Center through another year! Your kindness and generosity is, as always, very much appreciated. Below Duccio di Buoninsegna’s lovely Nativity painting is my annual Christmas letter, already sent to our … Continue reading
Dr. Robert Hickson suffered a heart attack and was hospitalized Sunday night. Our long-time friend, conference speaker, and Catholicism.org contributor is in critical care at a hospital in Winchester, Virginia, where he has undergone some reversals since his hospitalization. In … Continue reading
Good news. We will have a visiting priest here at SBC during Advent and Christmas. Revising what we earlier posted, here is our new Mass schedule: There will two Masses on Sunday, December 3 at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, New Hampshire: an … Continue reading
There will be one Mass, on Sunday, November 19, at 7:30 am at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, New Hampshire. It will be a High Mass. The Rosary will begin at 7:00 am.
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.
There will be one Mass, on Sunday, November 5, at 10:30 am at Saint Benedict Center, Richmond, New Hampshire. It will be a Missa Cantata. 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