At communion we ought to ask for the remedy of the vice to which we feel ourselves most inclined. (Saint Philip Neri, +1595)

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Romuald’s Eremetical Reform

Saint Romuald (+June 19, 1025/27) was a tenth-century monk, founder of the strict Camaldolese Order, named after their primary benefactor, Maldoli, who, impressed by...

Ignorance Versus Nescience: What Should We Know, and not Know?

In this era of information deluge, with facts, factoids, opinions, posts, podcasts, articles, books, and the ever-expanding Wikipedia, raining down upon us, the question...

Saint Germaine Cousin – A True Cinderella

Not many Catholics know of Germaine Cousin (+1601) today, which is likely how the saint would have liked it, for she lived an obscure,...

All For Katy’s Wedding

On this day in 1525, Martin Luther married Katherine von Bora. Luther was – ontologically speaking – still a priest, a member of the...

Saint Anthony of Padua…or Lisbon

Saint Anthony of Padua is usually named historically after the city-state in northeastern Italy where he died after his brief but full life at...

Nota in Brevis

Juneteenth and Subtle Slavery

Just a few words about Juneteenth, a commemoration, instantiated into law in 2021, celebrating the Emancipation Proclamation of Abraham Lincoln, which was promulgated in...

Wednesday for Saint Joseph

Wednesday is traditionally a day dedicated to Saint Joseph, and to those who love and pray to the great patriarch. As Catholic tradition and...

Consubstantial with the Father

On this day in 325, the first version of the Nicene Creed was adopted by the Council of that name, the first such 'ecumenical'...

Saint Gregory Barbarigo

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Alicja Lenczewska: Life of a Sinner and Mystic

Of three remarkable women, all Polish and devout Catholics, the most renowned mystic among them is undoubtedly Saint Faustina Kowalska, whose diary is deemed...