Hello Brothers and Sisters in Christ, I would like to request your prayers for a project of mine: a (hopefully short) book about grief, trauma, and abortion, which will be primarily to help priests, ministers, and others in pastoral work. There is some great literature out there from a clinical perspective, and other books which […]
Can God forgive our gravest sins?
Sometimes people ask if God can really forgive our most grievous sins — He not only can, but He actually does, if we ask for forgiveness. In this video, I share some stories of people who were notorious sinners — some would say “monsters” — who experienced the grace of forgiveness from the Infinite Mercy […]
A Priest working in Rachel’s Vineyard
Our Spiritual Director, Fr. Ben Cameron, CPM, was interviewed by Kevin Burke from Rachel’s Vineyard Ministries about how he became involved in post-abortion healing, his ministry in Rachel’s Vineyard, and how it has impacted his priesthood.
Thoughts on the March for Life 2022
St. Helen Youth group at the Lincoln Memorial Last week, I was blessed to accompany five teenagers (and another adult chaperone) from our parish Youth Group (St. Helen, Glasgow & Our Lady of the Caves, Horse Cave, Kentucky) to the annual March for Life in Washington, DC. Due to the pandemic, it had been two […]
New Prayer Partners: Have you ever heard of Mystic Monk Coffee?
We are pleased to announce that the Confraternity of Our Lady of Mercy has a new Prayer Partner community: the Carmelite Monks of Wyoming! Yes, these are the same monks who roast and sell “Mystic Monk Coffee”! The founder of the community, Fr. Daniel Mary Schneider, was a good friend of mine at Holy Apostles […]
Bishop Choby, a Spiritual Father to our Confraternity
Bishop David Choby, the 11th Bishop of Nashville, passed into eternal life on Saturday, June 3, 2017. He was a true spiritual father to the Confraternity of Our Lady of Mercy. When I first had the inspiration (during a Eucharistic Holy Hour, while preaching a Rosary Novena) to start a spiritual confraternity (a spiritual family) […]
Reasons for Giving Thanks in 2016
There are always a number of good reasons for giving thanks to Almighty God, and the Thanksgiving holiday is a wonderful time that reminds us of how important it is to be thankful. Here are a few of the reasons that I am thankful this year: The Jubilee Year of Mercy was a wonderful time […]
Recommended Book: From Darkness into Light
Fr. Ben Cameron, Spiritual Director of the Confraternity of Our Lady of Mercy, has written a review of Shawna Arnold’s new book From Darkness into Light on the Fathers of Mercy website. Here is a link to the article and information about this beautiful new resource: From Darkness into Light by Shawna Arnold
Divine Mercy Novena 2016
During this Jubilee Year of Mercy, I have decided to offer the “Divine Mercy Novena” in a special way for the conversion of Men and Women who have had, or been involved in, abortions — that those who have not yet made their Peace with God through the Sacrament of His Mercy (Confession) may receive […]
Radio interview: What is the Purpose of the Confraternity?
During a recent radio interview (on “The Inner Life” on Relevant Radio), Fr. Ben Cameron, Spiritual Director of the Confraternity of Our Lady of Mercy, explained the purpose of the Confraternity: If you would like to learn more about our Confraternity’s “Plan of Life,” or to join our Confraternity, please visit the following pages of […]
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