The True Meaning of Greatness

In these times of fear and uncertainty, when our daily lives are severely disrupted by the Covid outbreak, many people forget what “greatness” truly...

The Wisdom of the Theresas in Times of Adversity

To help us during struggles and challenges in life, Our Lord has given us the great Theresas: St. Therese of Lisieux, the Little Flower,...

Healing the Blind, That We All May See

Although we have been dispensed from attendance at Holy Mass because of the pandemic, it would be good to read the lessons of the...

A Catholic Response to the Transgender Moment

The Catholic doctrine of the imago Dei  - that man is made in the very ‘image of God’ - looks perhaps simple at first...

A Reflection on Mario Augusto Bunge’s Life and Work

On February 24, at 100 years of age, physicist and philosopher, Mario Augusto Bunge passed onto the next life.  Bunge completed a PhD in...

O, Canada; Hail, Joseph

O Canada Hail Joseph Devotion to St. Joseph has deep roots in Canada.   Of course we are familiar with the legion of spectacular miracles worked...

An Affirmative View of Conscience

The word “conscience” has been used so many times and in so many ways that many of us no longer know what it really...

What Are the Laity to do Without the Mass?

Lord, we are the least of all the nations, now we are despised throughout the world, today, because of our sins. We have at...

Pius XII – The Final Chapter?

For our struggle is not against flesh and blood; but against principalities and power, against the rulers of the world of this darkness, against...

A Reflection on the suspension of Sunday Masses on the Third Sunday in Lent,...

O that today you would listen to his voice! Harden not your hearts (Ps. 95). The Responsorial Psalm of the Mass on this third Sunday...