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Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

slaves15Living True Devotion in Community, the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary consecrate themselves every day using the formula written by Saint Louis Marie De Montfort.

The Order, consisting of Religious Brothers and Religious Sisters, was founded by Brother Hugh MacIsaac in 1976, in the spirit of Father Leonard Feeney. Most Reverend Robert J. McManus gave it canonical juridical status as a Public Association of the Faithful in a decree issued on October 27, 2017.

(Read more about our history here.)

Realizing that Evangelization needs Doctrine, and that Doctrine needs Tradition, catechesis, along with the Latin Tridentine Mass, is the base of our apostolates. It is the mission of the Order to defend and spread the Truths of the Roman Catholic Church, which was founded exclusively by Jesus Christ.

In response to these needs, the Order operates a printing press, school, summer camps, retreats, gift shop and catechism programs.

If you are interested in knowing more about the Order or would like to spend time in discernment, please contact us.

Please note: Saint Benedict Center in Still River is not associated or affiliated with
St. Benedict Center in Richmond, New Hampshire or