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Sacred Sounds – From Kyiv to Canada A celebration of Eastern and Western Christian choral music Sheptytsky Institute Choir with Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Schola (Barry’s Bay) Sunday, March 26, 3:00 p.m. Divine Infant Catholic Church, 6658 Bilberry Dr., Orleans Free parking. Refreshments to follow Tickets $20 (adults), $10 (students), free (children under 13) online, at the door, or reserved at sheptytsky@ustpaul.ca or 613-236-1393 x2332 The Sheptytsky Institute Choir is a mixed choir of males and females founded in January, 2015 with singers of all ages ... (Continue reading)

Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Schola is singing Schubert's setting of a solemn High Mass at 11: 00 a.m. this Saturday, March 25th, at Saint Columbkille's cathedral in Pembroke, to celebrate the solemnity of the Annuciation. The celebrant will be one of OLSW's own alumni, Father Scott Murray. If you are in the area, please do feel free to join us in this beautiful and joyful celebration, joining ancient Liturgy, Gregorian chant, sacred polyphony ... (Continue reading)

The funeral for Monsignor Vincent Foy will be held this morning at 11:30 a.m. at Holy Family Parish, fittingly in the usus antiquior, the rite (or form) in which the good Monsignor celebrated Mass for most of his 77 years of priesthood. Please do peruse the review by Father Scott Murray of Rod Dreher's book The Benedict Option, which will be posted later today. However one applies the thoughts of Dreher, the principles are sound:  We Christians must take and apply ... (Continue reading)

Of True Feminism, Early Martyrs and Thomas Aquinas

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The paradoxes continue in our modern era, not least of which is that concerning 'gender' and feminism, with two stories that come to mind: First, there is the sad and tragic Emma Watson, the child star of the Harry Potter series, Hermione, now all grown up, flashing her, ahem, bosom in a rather seductive way (what word does one use?) on the front cover of Vanity Fair. Ms. Watson, who last year hung out and went on a scooter ride with ... (Continue reading)

Monsignor PIck (on right ), rest in peace. Please pray for the repose of the soul of Monsignor Ambrose Pick, pastor of Saint Hedwig's church from 1978-2002 (but was a priest for many years before that), after which he enjoyed a quasi-retirement, but would joke that he was working harder than ever.  Monsignor Pick was a great friend to Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy in its earliest years, and the college ... (Continue reading)

Tallis

Tallis Choir of Toronto presents: Requiem for a Renaissance King Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 7:30 pm St. Patrick’s Church 141 McCaul Street (north of Dundas, near St. Patrick Station) Toronto, ON M5T 1W3 416-598-3269 Students, $10 (at door only); seniors, $25; general admission, $30 Information or tickets: info@tallischoir.com; www.tallischoir.com/ticketing.html 416-286-9798 UofTTix Box Office 416-978-8849 www.uofttix.ca   Tallis Choir of Toronto brings to life the splendour of the Age of Discovery in its concert celebrating Portugal’s “golden age” of polyphony. The program’s centerpiece ... (Continue reading)

Cyril, Methodius and Valentine

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Today in the universal calendar we celebrate the ninth-century monks and missionaries Saints Cyril and Methodius, patrons of Europe, who translated the Liturgy into slavonic, allowing for the conversion of untold thousands into the Church.  They have always been venerated as the 'Apostles to the Slavs', and Pope John Paul II declared them co-patrons of Europe, along with the great Saint Benedict. Of course, on this day we also celebrate Saint Valentine, a rather obscure 3rd century martyr, who has become ... (Continue reading)

Macbeth at OLSW

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This weekend is OLSW's annual theatrical production, this year a new take on Shakespeare's immortal 1606 play Macbeth.  Be sure not to miss this event, which is always a crowd-pleaser! Performances will take place in St. Hedwig Catholic Church Hall at 35 Karol Wojtyla Square in Barry’s Bay on Friday and Saturday, 10 and 11 February, at 7:00 pm; and Sunday, 12 February, at 2:00 pm. Advance tickets are available from Lorraine’s Pharmasave or from the OLSW reception desk ... (Continue reading)

Mothers and Mosques

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We keep hearing of ever-new insanities, as the academia-media complex tries to shape reality to fit its world-view:  Here we see that physicians in Britain have now been 'requested' never to refer to pregnant women as 'mothers'.  Not because the baby inside them may not be a baby (for, according to our schizophrenic laws, it is a baby if the 'mother' says it is, and not, if she says not), ... (Continue reading)

Good News for Our Lady Seat of Wisdom

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From Dr. Keith Cassidy, President of Our Lady Seat of Wisdom: We are pleased to announce that the Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development has agreed to allow Our Lady Seat of Wisdom to offer the degree of Bachelor of Catholic Studies. This consent is subject to certain conditions and is for an initial period of six years. From our viewpoint the most significant of these conditions is that over the next few years we undertake to develop pathways for ... (Continue reading)

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