Join the Fight to Open our Churches!

"Every one therefore that shall confess me before men,
I will also confess him before my Father who is in heaven.
" (Mt 10:32)

 

Our Mission

The St. Charles Borromeo Society is driven by a single goal: To assist the faithful in defending their right to full access to all the sacraments, which are the primary means of salvation, spiritual nourishment and union with Jesus Christ. 

 

We have chosen as our patron the great Cardinal Archbishop of Milan who, when he closed the churches during the plague of 1576, ensured that the faithful still had access to the sacraments by building outdoor altars.  The locations of these altars are still commemorated today with stone crosses.

 
 

WHY?

1. Churches are no more dangerous than supermarkets.

2. We need food for our souls as well as our bodies.

3. Spiritual health supports physical health.

WHAT?

1. Open our churches for private prayer and adoration.

2. Allow outdoor Masses and/or parking lot Masses.

3. Find ways to safely increase access to the Sacraments.

HOW?

1. Get informed about policies in your diocese.

2. Write to your Bishop!

3. Join a prayer rally or create one!

4. Pray and fast for a restoration of our Church.

Find Upcoming Events
in your Area

No matter where you are located, you can search for Prayer Rallies and other events in your area by visiting our Forum! 

 

All events are listed by state.

 
 
From Our Blog

News and Recent Updates

06/11/2020

LifeSite News

Canadian provinces move to reopen churches for public worship with crowd limits, health restrictions

06/05/20

LifeSite News

Wisconsin govt changes course, lifts special restrictions on Catholics after bishops’ outcry

06/03/20

Becket Fund

Catholic Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin demands equal treatment from county and city officials

 
Church Windows

“How lovely are thy tabernacles, O Lord of hosts!
My soul longeth and fainteth for the courts of the Lord. 
Behold, O God our protector: and look on the face of thy Christ.  
For better is one day in thy courts above thousands.”

(Ps.83:2-3,10-11)

Contact the St. Charles Borromeo Society

We want to keep all our members up to date on what they can do to defend our Church, and the successes other members have had.  Keep us informed of any activities you have planned in your diocese, as well as any good news to share about church openings, etc.

 
 

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