We follow One who stood and wept at the grave of Lazarus-not surely, because He was grieved that Mary and Martha wept, and sorrowed for their lack of faith (though some thus interpret) but because death, the punishment of sin, is even more horrible in his eyes than in ours. (C.S. Lewis)

Editor's Corner

The Re-Consecration of England Through Our Lady of Walsingham

Tomorrow, March 29th, in the year of Our Lord 2020, five centuries after the beginning of what is known as the 'Protestant Reformation', England...

Finding a Balance

Aristotle wrote that virtue resides in a mean, a balance between two extremes, finding that sweet spot in the middle whereby one does the...

King David’s Take on Covid

Back in biology class, we debated whether viruses were ‘alive’. They’re certainly the lowest form of living thing, if living at all. They cannot...

Urbi et Orbi Blessing

Pope Francis is inviting Catholics - indeed, all people of good will - to witness and receive his Urbi et Orbi - to the...

According to Thy Will

A blessed solemnity of the Annunciation, commemorating the conception of the Son of God in the womb of the Blessed Virgin, freely chosen by...

Nota in Brevis

Hope and Joy in these Latter Lenten Days

We are getting towards the latter days of the great journey of Lent, - and this has been a Lent to end all Lents,...

Putting Things in Perspective

I am in the midst of writing a reflection on our current - well, what shall we call it? - situation? crisis? apocalypse? all...

Prayer with the Holy Father

Pope Francis has asked all Christians to recite the Our Father with him at noon, Rome time, which means 7 a.m. EST, for most...

The Necessity of Receiving the Really Real Reality of the Eucharist

Catholics in many regions – more or less all of Canada – can no longer attend Mass, or receive Holy Communion, with few exceptions....

Supernatural Priorities

‘Tis not easy at a time like this to think rationally – for the world is entering a rather uncertain phase of history, to...