Sunday, November 19, 2017

Editor's Corner

Peter and Paul and the Path to Rome

Today's memorial of the dedication of the basilicas of Saints Peter and Paul reminds us of the importance of the Church in Rome, as...

The Good Wife

A good wife, who can find?  She is far more precious than jewels... Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears...

Albert the Great

Patron saint of scientists, Albert the Great (1200-1280), scholar, Dominican, bishop, and Doctor of the Church, was considered the most learned man of his...

Hollywood’s Sense of Sin

In a radio address on October 26, 1946, with the horrors of World War II still fresh (if such be the term) in the...

Saint Martin’s Memorial

Once the most well-known and beloved of saints, Martin, Bishop of Tours, is now overshadowed by what we now know as Remembrance or Memorial...

Nota in Brevis

Thomas Tallis Concert

Tallis Choir of Toronto presents: Forty! Forty! Forty! Saturday, November 25, 2017 at 7:30 pm in Ottawa St. Patrick’s Church, 141 McCaul Street (north of Dundas, near St. Patrick Station) Toronto,...

A Psychiatrist’s View of the Sexual Hedonism

As an addendum to my recent reflections on the sexual scandals inundating Hollywood, I highly recommend this read from psychiatrist Theodore Dalrymple on the...

Fare Thee Well, Education…

On the sad state of our educational system, at all levels, one could wax eloquent for many hours. We have the well-compensated teachers at...

Leo the Great

Pope Saint Leo the Great, who reigned from 440 until his death on this day in 461, was known for many things.  With his...

Russia’s Revolution

A profitable read for this morning is another fine, precise and elucidating article by Father Rutler, on this quasi-anniversary of the Russian Revolution (as...