As we pointed out in our first «Ad Rem», a group of traditionalists have been officially told by the Holy See that they may engage in “a serious and constructive critique” of the Second Vatican Council. As part of our … Continue reading
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
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
Our congregation is a de facto private association of the faithful (in accord with canon 299 §1). We have a priest in residence offering Holy Mass and hearing confessions with the requisite faculties from the Bishop of Manchester, New Hampshire. (Update: … Continue reading
The Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary have a profound interest in supporting lay Catholic communities associated with our religious houses. There is presently one such community formed around Saint Benedict Center, our apostolate in rural southern New Hampshire.
Editor’s Introduction: This “Doctrinal Summary” is an appendix to a work to be published at a future date: Father Feeney’s Doctrinal Case. The work is intended as a supplement to the larger volume by Brother Thomas Mary, They Fought the … Continue reading
“Sentimental Theology” is the famous article by Brother Francis, M.I.C.M. which threw us into the limelight in the late 1940’s. It is as relevant today as it was then, for “Sentimental thinking about religious matters is [still] very much with … Continue reading
“One of the most outstanding prophets of our time.” — Hamish Fraser “The greatest theologian we have in the United States, by far.” — Rev. John J. McEleny, S.J., (Father’s Jesuit Provincial) “The greatest theologian in the Catholic Church today.” … Continue reading
We have contracted with Warrenstreet Architects of Concord, NH to assist us in moving from the conceptual to the design stage of our project. This firm of architects and engineers is drafting designs for redeveloping all the grounds of SBC.