Editor's Corner

English Martyrs, Universal Witness

Today, on the first official day of summer, we celebrate two martyrs, John Cardinal Fisher and Thomas More, as well as a bishop, Paulinus...

Romuauld the Hermit

A brief word on Saint Romuauld (+June 19, 1025/27), before today ends, a tenth-century monk, who founded the strict Camaldolese Order, named after the...

A Few Good Men

A blessed Friday to all, as we continue this journey through June, and soon into summer. Spring should bring hope, and the promise of...

Of Liberals, Peterson and Free Trade

A fine good morning to all our readers, on this blustery mid-June day, at least as the weather is here in Ontario. I have...

Placating Tyrants and Playing Catch up with the Culture of Death

From Justin Trudeau’s eyebrow apparently falling off during a press scrum (apparently it may have been an optical illusion), to his tiff with President...

Nota in Brevis

Light in Darkness

Paula Adamick pulls no punches in her assessment of the current state of Canada, and whether we can even still call this conglomeration in...

Solstice, Sanctity and Ireland

This is the first day of summer, the longest day of the year (in the northern hemisphere), solstice marking the Earth’s midway point in...

Of Liberals, Peterson and Free Trade

A fine good morning to all our readers, on this blustery mid-June day, at least as the weather is here in Ontario. I have...

Placating Tyrants and Playing Catch up with the Culture of Death

From Justin Trudeau’s eyebrow apparently falling off during a press scrum (apparently it may have been an optical illusion), to his tiff with President...

Hope in the Immaculate Heart

Today is the commemoration of Saint Columbkille (521-597), the Irish monk-missionary who brought Catholicism from Ireland to Scotland in 563, and thence to the...