TO KNOW, LOVE, AND SERVE GOD.
It would have been a shame if they had just kept silent...
Founded on the heels of Vatican II, in 1965, as the Wanderer Forum Foundation, our founders could have just gone along with the felt banners and folk music Masses and let the tides of confusion wash the Catholic identity off the face of society. 51 years later, the Bellarmine Forum stands on a heritage of conferences, talks, newsletters, and books that have provided a reliable voice of the traditions of our Catholic faith.
The Bellarmine Forum is a group of lay Catholics dedicated to helping everybody
from Plumbers to Professors
to know, love, and serve God
with the reliable and true teachings of the Catholic faith
without progressive modernism,
without watering it down by ecumenical overreach,
without worry for offending the village idiots, and
without emotional sloganism found on felt banners
so that they may find rest in the truths God has revealed
and better witness the true faith to others
and keep their sanity amidst the maddening storms of error today.
ON THE CALENDAR TODAY
- St. Isadore the Farmer. Patron or Patroness, Male Farmers. (Traditional Calendar)
- St. Nicholas of Flüe. Patron or Patroness, Male Switzerland and councilman. (Historical Calendar)
March 23, 2017
- St. Turibius of Mongrevejo. Bishop, Patron or Patroness, Male native rights. (Current Calendar)
- Our Lady of Victories. . (Historical Calendar)
- St. Gabriel the Archangel. Archangel, Patron or Patroness, Telecommunications and diplomats. (Traditional Calendar)
- St. Catherine (Karin) of Sweden. Abbot or Abbess, Virgin, Widow, Female invoked against miscarriages. (Historical Calendar)
- St. Simon of Trent. Martyr. (Historical Calendar)
The next Marian feast is The Annunciation on Mar 25.
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