CMRI: A Traditional Catholic Religious Congregation

Below are a few photos from our recent Fatima Conference; see many more photos here.

Slideshows for each day of the Conference | Order Form for Recordings

A 25-minute video slideshow with music, as well as audio recordings of all the lectures, are available for purchase.

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...

Current Editions of CMRI’s Publications

Reign of Mary #165 cover    The Reign of Mary No. 165
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    • What Happened at Fatima
    • Modesty in Dress
    • In Mei Memoriam: Reflections on the Words of the Mass
        (Part II: Canon through Agnus Dei)
    • The Stumbling Block of the Papacy: Why Bergoglio Doesn’t Fit
    • American Heroes of the Faith: Fr. Eusebio Francisco Kino, SJ:
        Tireless Missionary of the Southwest
    • The Message of Our Lady of Fatima
    • Avoiding Sins of the Tongue
    • World Watch:
       Atheist: Bergoglio Doesn’t Care About Saving Souls
       Vatican Official: Homosexual Activity in Vatican “Never Worse”
           Than Under Francis
       Hurricane Irma: Man Gives Up Last Generator to Stranger
       Francis Shifts Power from Rome on Liturgy
       French Bishop “Ordains” Priest Using Pagan Rites
       Francis: Vatican II Liturgical Reform “Irreversible”
       Francis: Sins of the Flesh are the “Most Minor Sins”
       Two of the Four Dubia Cardinals Have Now Died
       New Shroud Study Shows Blood of Tortured Man
       Bergoglio: Christians Who Follow All Ten Commandments are Cowards
       Catholic School Removes 162 Statues to be More “Inclusive,”
           Avoid Alienating Non-Catholics
       Statue of Our Lady Survives Hurricane Harvey
       A Little Known Fatima Miracle of October 13, 1917

For complete summaries of articles, click here.

Adsum September 2017 photo


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September 2017: Seminarians and boarder boys witness total eclipse of the sun: Reminder of the wonderful world the good God has created: August 5, the feast of Our Lady of the Snow, Brother Aloysius Hartman, CMRI took his first vows as a religious and Brother Louis Marie, CMRI (Christopher Peck of Indiana) became a novice brother. Denis McGuire (Connecticut) recieved the Clerical Tonsure on August 16, feast of St. Joachim. Mater Dei Seminary begins its 28th year of classes on September 8. Prayer of St. Michael the Archangel composed by Pope Leo XIII. Moral Theology: Injustice in Reference to Intermediate Goods.

Sisters enjoy themselves on the lake in a paddleboat

Anima Mariae (Soul of Mary)
CMRI Sisters’ free quarterly newsletter: (Subscribe)
In Fall 2017 issue, we reflect on how each one of us can make a difference if we do every little thing we do in a spirit of love and reparation, we truly can make a difference in bringing about the triumph of Christ our King and Mary our Mother. Other features: Our new mission in California, and The Fifteen Promises of the Rosary. Upcoming novenas: Our Lady of Guadalupe (December 12). Our next issue: January.

Mary Immaculate Queen Traditional Catholic Books and Religious Articles
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: Fr. Michael Oswalt speaks of his experiences in a VII seminary 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.