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Fabian and Freedom

Pope Fabian (+250) was put to death on this day in the persecution of Emperor Decius, for refusing to offer idolatrous sacrifice, and this...

Abbot Anthony’s Narrow Way

Saint Anthony, commonly called ‘of Egypt’, where he retreated to the wilderness, or ‘the Abbot’, for his leadership in the perfect living out of...

The Despair of Dunkirk

I am not entirely sure what Christopher Nolan was going for in his recent re-make of Dunkirk, a visually lush version of the heroic...

Contraception, Attestation and Assimilation

I am not sure what is happening within the Church, but to hear that the recently-appointed head of the Pontifical Academy for Life, Father...

Hilary and Mungo

Today, we celebrate Saint Hilary (+367), Bishop of Poitiers and proclaimed a Doctor of the Church for his clear and incisive writings against the...

Nota in Brevis

Fabian and Freedom

Pope Fabian (+250) was put to death on this day in the persecution of Emperor Decius, for refusing to offer idolatrous sacrifice, and this...

Crying Wolf and False Alarms

So the infamous cutting of the hijab never happened.  You may have heard:  An eleven year old female Muslim student, supposedly minding her own...

Hilary and Mungo

Today, we celebrate Saint Hilary (+367), Bishop of Poitiers and proclaimed a Doctor of the Church for his clear and incisive writings against the...

A Bad Moon Risin’

In response to a town-hall question during his cross-Canada tour, Prime Minister Trudeau doubled down on the controversial abortion attestation box on the application...

Nepomucene’s Silence and Horton’s Minimum

Saint John Nepomucene (+1393) is by tradition, or some say by legend (but the two overlap, do they not, for every legend has its...