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New Hampshire House Bill 436 has narrowly passed (see article in the Nashua Telegraph). The following is the statement of Bishop John McCormack on this issue: I am deeply disappointed that HB 436 has passed the New Hampshire State Senate.
“They’re watching me,” he wrote to Saint Katharine Drexel, his confidant and benefactor. One of the Catholic websites I frequent offers a video about a Black American priest by the name of Augustus Tolton. I could see by the black … Continue reading
On the Sunday after Easter readers of the Washington Post were shocked and saddened by a story on the paper’s front page. It concerned a family who lived in Middletown in the Maryland countryside about 50 miles outside D.C. The … Continue reading
The Temperament God Gave You: The Classic Key to Knowing Yourself, Getting Along with Others, and Growing Closer to the Lord, by Art and Laraine Bennett. Published by Sophia Press. The four temperaments: “Catholic astrology” or solid science? In this … Continue reading
I was raised in a home where there was no hint of racism. It was totally foreign to me, until, in 1970, I went to a certain small college in a certain state in a certain town. I saw the … Continue reading
It’s not often that five blesseds are canonized in the same ceremony, but such shall it be this Sunday when our Holy Father Benedict raises these five men and women of extraordinary virtue to the altar. — Blessed Arcangelo Tadini, … Continue reading
Doctrine changes. Truth changes. Morals change. The Church needs to catch up to modernity and progress. Pope Benedict XVI is mean, like Father Feeney. These and other startling revelations from the progressive camp are the subject of a penetratingly vacuous … Continue reading
This ancient Latin axiom is quoted so often, I thought a little explanation of it on our web site would be helpful. A paraphrase of a longer patristic expression, the phrase means, “the law of praying is the law of … Continue reading
All you Facebook users out there can now help propagate the Crusade in three different ways. We now have: a Facebook page: “Saint Benedict Center”; a Facebook group: Friends of Father Feeney and Saint Benedict Center; and a Facebook Application … Continue reading
When you identify yourself as a “Slave,” you can get some strange looks. But of all the adverse reactions to our name I have ever known, perhaps the most memorable came from a highly educated man who understood the background … Continue reading
O LORD, I beseech Thee to grant me Thy divine light, that I may know the designs of Thy providence concerning me, and that, filled with a sincere desire for my soul’s salvation, I may say, with the young man … Continue reading
The Telegraph’s Gerald Warner gives Richard Dawkins, that dyspeptic dynamo of Darwinian dogmatism, a very well deserved smack. Dawkins is not interested in empirical, scientific evidence when he is kicking religion. If the Pope favoured condoms Dawkins would probably be … Continue reading
When Hilaire Belloc wrote in 1931 that the new paganism, which was already infecting the world, would not be like the old polytheism, but openly satanic, he was not prophesying. He was prognosticating.
She didn’t quite say it that way (notice, no quotes). But the wife of the UK’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair did say, “There’s also a real concern about saving lives and I absolutely believe, and scientific evidence shows, that … Continue reading