Contraception, Falsifying the Feminine, and the Darkening of Society

In 1969, a group of twelve highly educated American women met in a flat in New York City. Seated around a table, the women...

Malcolm Muggeridge: Godly Gadfly

Malcolm Muggeridge (1903-1990) like so many great Catholic converts of the 20th century experienced a fascinating pilgrimage from agnostic Communist sympathizer in his youth...

The Inestimable Treasure of the Divine Mercy

‘Reach out your hand and put it in my side. Do not doubt but believe’… ‘My Lord and my God!’ (Jn. 20:18)). Today is Divine...

A Brief Philosophy of Music

'Critical Race Theory' is all the rage, so it is not much surprise that the historiographical device currently in vogue is the notion of...

The Divine Mercy Calls to Each and Everyone

The Divine Mercy Novena is really powerful. It offers a path and a trail of concrete holiness in action. As I was doing the...

Easter and the Eucharist

Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth, for you have died, and your life is hidden...

Covid-19: Into Year Two

Freud used to say that the most costly things in life are disease and stupidity. I was reminded of this the other day listening to...

The Magnanimity of Bearing Misfortune Beautifully

Trite and tautological though the claim may be, permit me to begin by stating the obvious: it is good when good things happen.  Good...

He Is Risen Indeed, Alleluia!

The fifty days between Easter and Pentecost are devoted to meditation on the mystery of the resurrection, which is the foundation of Christianity. Just...

A Catholic Scientist Champions the Shroud of Turin

The 'Shroud of Turin', widely held as the very burial sheet of Our Lord, imprinted miraculously with the image of His own body, will...