From Puerto Rico, Father Brian Harrison, O.S., sent us this report on some anti-family, anti-life legislation and Catholic resistance to it. You have probably heard little or nothing in the U.S. media about the fact that Puerto Rico is right … Continue reading
On the Feast of Saint Benedict (March 21, 2007), Saint Benedict Center made public a small blog of local interest to the residents of Richmond, New Hampshire. The blog is found here: http://www.sbcrichmond.blogspot.com/.
Being a Catholic apostolate set up on the Internet, we have become sitting ducks for some unscrupulous persons seeking their own monetary gain. There are many swindlers in this world, but there is surely a special punishment in the next … Continue reading
Nov. 22 (CWNews.com) – Lay Catholic activists in Massachusetts have sharply criticized the Boston office of Catholic Charities for advertising in a local gay newspaper. The Catholic Action League of Massachusetts said that a quarter-page ad in Bay Windows represented … Continue reading
2006 Conference Writeup from our Newsletter (292K PDF)
This year one of our featured speakers at the Saint Benedict Center Conference was Joseph Kung, the nephew of the late Cardinal Kung. Joseph knew his uncle intimately, both as a child and young man in China and, then, even … Continue reading
Laudetur Iesus Christus! Gerry Matatics has seen fit to publicize his being banned from our conference.
UPDATE: Our handouts (see below) made their debut on Saturday afternoon, when a group of about 55 or so from our chapel stood in front of a theater to pray and protest “The Da Vinci Code.” The police showed up … Continue reading
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
An editorial in the Boston Globe of December 19, puts our beloved founder, Father Leonard Feeney, in a very good light. Naturally, James Carroll, the Globe columnist, did not intend that; but in his piece, entitled “What would Cardinal Cushing … Continue reading