CMRI: A Traditional Catholic Religious Congregation
The Religious Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen (CMRI) is dedicated to the preservation and spread of the traditional Catholic Faith. CMRI is responsible for over 50 traditional Catholic churches and Mass centers both in the U.S. and abroad, a number of schools staffed by religious, several publications, and a comprehensive online Catholic store. Read more about how these traditional Catholic priests, Brothers and Sisters live and spread the authentic Catholic Faith and the Fatima Message...
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Current Editions of CMRI’s Publications
|The Reign of Mary No. 163
CMRI’s quarterly magazine: (Subscribe)
• The Papacy and the Passion of the Church
• The Religion of the Ugly
• Monsignor Moisés Carmona Rivera, Pillar of Traditionalism in Mexico
Part X: Tragic Ending, Conclusion
• Mystics Look at Mary’s Sorrows
• “You Give Up A Lot... When You Don’t Become a Priest or Religious”
• Bearing Our Crosses Patiently
• World Watch:
Reign of Terror at the Vatican?
Hostility Towards Francis Grows Within Conciliar Church
Catholic Church Finances First Synagogue in Palermo in 500 Years
Pontifical Academy for Life No Longer Pro-Life
“Pope’s Mouthpiece”: 2 + 2 in Theology Can Make 5
Women’s Ordination Open for Discussion After All
Muslim Inmate Serves at “Papal” Mass
Twins Keep Each Other Alive By Holding Hands
The Vatican Circus Maximus
First Anglican Service to be Celebrated at St. Peter’s
Vatican Censures Priest for Suggesting Italy’s Earthquakes Are
Punishment from God
US House Overturns Obama Regulation Forcing States to Fund
France Criminalizes Pro-Life Websites
For complete summaries of articles, click here.
Mater Dei Seminary’s free monthly newsletter: (Subscribe)
April 2017: Easter greetings: Holy Week ceremonies: Palm Sunday, the chanting of Tenebrae, Mass of the Chrism with blessing of Holy Oils, Mass of the Last Supper with washing of feet, sacred liturgy on Good Friday, and Easter Vigil. Liturgical training for seminarians as future priests. Upcoming bestowal of clerical tonsure and major and minor orders. April the month of the Blessed Sacrament. Church blessing in Harmony, MN on the feast of St. Joseph. Josef Weissenteiner receives the minor orders of porter and lector. Moral Theology: Hearing Mass over the Radio.
Anima Mariae (Soul of Mary)
CMRI Sisters’ free quarterly newsletter: (Subscribe)
In our Spring 2017 issue, we share some thoughts on devotion to St. Joseph, how he is truly a Helper in every need, and how we are planning to thank him in a special way. Perhaps you would like to join us! This issue also features an article on what a privilege the religious vocation is. Upcoming novenas: Our Lady of Good Counsel (April 26), and our Patronal feastday, that of Our Blessed Mother’s Queenship (May 31). Our next issue: June.
Traditional Catholic Books and Religious Goods:
Browse through Mary Immaculate Queen Center, staffed by the CMRI Sisters, and see their comprehensive selection of traditional Catholic books, pamphlets and calendars, as well as Catholic music and DVD’s, rosaries, scapulars, crucifixes and much more. Be sure to sign up at the bottom of MIQ’s home page for our free mailing list so the Sisters can let you know about specials, new items, etc.
Of Special Interest
Reclaiming a Hijacked Priesthood: Ordained in the modern Catholic Church in 2008, Fr. Michael Oswalt soon came to see that not only were his orders invalid, but that his Church was not truly the Catholic Church. He came to Mount St. Michael in January of 2010 to prepare for ordination in the traditional Catholic rite, and was ordained to the priesthood on June 29, 2011.
View an excerpt of Fr. Oswalt’s online interview explaining why he left the Conciliar Church and was ordained in the traditional Catholic rite. His letter to the clergy of the diocese of Rockford, a superb explanation of why the modern Church is not truly the Catholic Church, was published in Issue No. 138 of The Reign of Mary and may also be read at this link.