I bind myself in this way so that for the rest of my life I will have neither permission nor freedom to refuse opportunities of dying and shedding my blood for you (Saint Jean de Brebeuf, +1649)

Editor's Corner

The Enduring Message of La Salette

On September 19th, 1846, Maximin Giraud and Mélanie Calvat, two shepherd children – who seem the common recipients of what follows – were coming...

The Cardinal’s Candidate

The widening chasm in the Catholic Church - mirroring that in the broader society and culture - continues unabated. One is left wondering at...

Joseph of Cupertino’s Natural Miracles

According to the laws of physics, a man - should not be able to fly, at least without technological help. But are not the...

Saint Robert Bellarmine’s Clarity of Mind and Soul

In the midst of the theological and cultural confusion in which our Church is mired, we could use a few more men with the...

Saints Cornelius and Cyprian

Saint Cornelius was Pope for a scant two years in the middle of the third century, elected in 251 and put to death in...

Nota in Brevis

A Proposal for a Prudent Response to Covid, from Harvard and Stanford

(Courtesy of a source, slightly modified for publication:) There was an interview on September 23rd, of Harvard and Standford Professors of medicine, Martin Kulldorff, Jay...

Final Summary on You-Know-What

(What follows is an adapted version of a summary I wrote for a friend of my thoughts at present on these protocols being put...

The Madawaska Current and Magnifying the Masking Mandate

What follows may be of interest to readers who live in the Madawaska Valley, the location of Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College, and...

Salome’s Dance to Freedom?

He - John the Baptist, that is - got beheaded for a party.  Just goes to show, it's not good to be invited to...