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...
|2015||The year 2015 is Mount St. Michael’s Centennial Year! The year began with an Open House and the Grand Opening of the Mount St. Michael Museum on Saturday, January 17th and Sunday, January 18th 2015. During the CMRI priests’ meetings at the Mount earlier that week, a Solemn High Requiem Mass was offered for the Jesuits who were responsible for building Mount St. Michael. (See photos here.)|
|March 6-8||CMRI Sisters Vocations Weekend: Young women who are at least juniors in high school up to age 35 are welcome to attend. Spend a few days with the Sisters to learn more about the religious life and explore the possibility that God might be calling you. Please call (509-467-0986 ext. 103) or email the Vocations Directress for more information or if you have any questions. If traveling expenses make it impossible, please contact us; we may be able to help.|
|Oct. 7-11||Fatima Conference 2015: “The Triumph of Mary’s Immaculate Heart”|
|Solemn High Requiem Mass:
During the CMRI priests’ meetings at Mount St. Michael, a Solemn High Requiem Mass was offered in honor of the Mount’s Centennial for the deceased Jesuits who built Mount St. Michael and are buried in the cemetery there. Most fittingly, the priests themselves formed the choir for the Mass.
|Fatima Conference 2014 Photo Gallery:
Fatima and the Great Apostasy (Oct. 8-12, 2014). CD recordings of all the lectures are available, as well as a beautiful DVD photo slideshow with music of many highlights of this year’s Conference.
Current Editions of CMRI’s Publications
|The Reign of Mary
CMRI’s quarterly magazine: (Subscribe)
Issue No. 156 is out! The sedevacantist position is a serious one. It is also logical and quite simple. In fact, it is the most logical explanation for this crisis in the Catholic Church today. As Bergoglio’s words and actions continue to baffle sincere Catholics throughout the world, many are looking for answers. The current issue of The Reign of Mary features an article on Sedevacantism, written by the Most. Rev. Mark Pivarunas, CMRI, during the time of John Paul II. This explanation of our position is a synopsis that is applicable to each of the Vatican II “popes.” Complementing this article is a work by Rev. Fr. Anthony Cekada on sedevacantism in regards to Bergoglio, with a focus on impediments to the papacy. Highlighting a champion of the sedevacantist movement, readers will enjoy part III of a series on the late Archbishop Moises Carmona. Having only recently finished the month of the Holy Souls, we also present a sermon given by Fr. Bernard Uttley on the avoidance of Purgatory, and a soul-stirring piece by Fr. Gabriel Lavery, on what our sins have done to Our Lady. Haven’t subscribed yet? Now you have more reason! For a complete outline of articles, click here.
Mater Dei Seminary’s free monthly newsletter: (Subscribe)
January 2015: The horror of the “Synod on the Family” — even Conciliar Catholics are considering sedevacantism; upcoming priests’ meeting in Spokane later in January. Photos: Minor Orders of Porter & Lector, First Vows of Brother Thomas Lawrence, CMRI. Moral Theology: Frequent Communion of the Sick, Obligation to Hear a Complete Mass.
Anima Mariae (Soul of Mary)
CMRI Sisters’ free quarterly newsletter: (Subscribe)
In our Winter 2014 issue of the Anima Mariae we share the good news that we have three new postulants who were received on November 21, the feast of Our Lady’s Presentation. Our vocational column explains what it’s like to attend Vocations Weekend — which, by the way, is scheduled for March 6-8, 2015. As usual, this issue also features a selection of photos from the past three months. Novenas: Our Lady of Prompt Succor (January 15) and Our Lady of Lourdes (February 11). Our next issue: March.
|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 Fr. Oswalt’s online interview (2009) 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.
Also available: Feb. 2010 Talk at Mount St. Michael (CD)
“Reclaiming a Hijacked Priesthood: One Man’s Story” (CD)