All sins are despised by God, especially pride. My beloved, rebuke yourselves, and confess your own sins, so that God my elevate you - Saint Anthony of Egypt, +356

Editor's Corner

No Life Insurance for the Vaxxed? And Truckers Unite!

This intriguing, and tragic development was warned about in my last post on resisting the vaccine.  A man in France had a life insurance...

Abbot Anthony’s Narrow Way

Saint Anthony (+356) is commonly called 'the Abbot', or Anthony ‘of Egypt’, where he retreated to the wilderness as a young man to live...

Saints Hilary and Mungo

On this mid-January day, the 13th thereof, we celebrate Saint Hilary (+367), Bishop of Poitiers, proclaimed a Doctor of the Church by Pope Pius...

Trudeau Ups the Ante, and a Reasoned Defense for those Resisting

In a recent television interview in Quebec, conducted en francais, Justin Trudeau said: We are going to end this pandemic by proceeding with the vaccination… We all...

Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys, What Canada Was, and May Be Again

Today we celebrate Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys (1620-1700), founder of the Congregation of Notre-Dame, and founder also of the first official school in Canada.  A...

Nota in Brevis

Alice von Hildebrand, Requiescat in Pace

Alice von Hildebrand, the widow of Dietrich von Hildebrand, and a brilliant and popular professor of philosophy and theology in her own right, died...

No Life Insurance for the Vaxxed? And Truckers Unite!

This intriguing, and tragic development was warned about in my last post on resisting the vaccine.  A man in France had a life insurance...

The Gates of Hell Shall Not Prevail

A contributor and reader wrote to me the following thoughts on the gates of hell not prevailing, which I thought would help our readers,...

From the Pit of Pornography to the Peace of Purity

Pornography is a plague upon our society, far worse than any physiological affliction, but the question of what to do about it is complex,...

Vote No to a Tax on the ‘Unvaxxed’

I'm not a great fan of polls, but I think this one may prove of some value. The 'no's' have a very, very wide...