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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Saint Benedict Center

Saint Benedict Center
The Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

The Saint Benedict Center has a lot to offer, including their truly Catholic publication: From The Housetops, which their introduction to states:

"From The Housetops" is a Catholic magazine dedicated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary while promoting her cause in the present conflict with the powers of darkness."

"The purpose of From The Housetops as the name implies, is to proclaim to all, the authentic doctrines in faith and morals of the One True Church in a clear and uncompromising manner in the face of ever increasing dissent and confusion among clergy, religious and laity."

Is there Salvation outside the Catholic Church? Here is part of an excerpt from an article at the St. Benedict Center website:

The History of Father Leonard Feeney and Saint Benedict Center

Described as colorful, talented, devoted and controversial, Father Leonard Feeney holds a unique place in 20th Century Catholicism.

Throughout his 50 years of priestly service, Father Feeney taught and defended the Catholic faith with apostolic fervor. As poet, essayist and lecturer he entertained as he taught. As preacher he warned with prophetic zeal.

Most people know Father Feeney as the principle figure in a storm of doctrinal controversy back in the 1940s and into the early 1950s.

He is known as the priest who taught that there is no salvation outside the Catholic Church. And most people are under the impression that he was excommunicated for his stubborn profession of faith.

The mixing of fact and fiction, truth and misrepresentation has clouded Father Feeney’s story throughout the years. It is our hope that this presentation will clarify and bring to light the story, the issues – the man and his mission.

For the rest of this article, click on this LINK.

"The Catholic Faith is rich with the truth and wisdom which alone gives the real peace and happiness everyone seeks." From The Housetops

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