The Eucharistic Reign of Christ

‘Truly, I tell you, today you will be with me in Paradise’ (Lk. 23:43). ⧾ From the moment that Our Lord spoke these words, the...

From Marx to Gaia

People who are not governed by God Will be ruled by tyranny. William Penn What an extraordinary convergence of events. As the Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky lay...

Christ’s Sovereignity over all

How worthy is the Lamb who was slain, to receive power and divinity, and wisdom and strength and honour. To Him belong glory and...

The Lawyer Who Put the Logic of Darwinism on Trial: Phillip E. Johnson’s Gift...

On the first of November, at the age of 79, Phillip E. Johnson died at his home in California. Johnson was a gifted author...

Unnatural Family Planning

In a conclave of atheists, agnostics, and secular progressives, a seminar to discuss the human sexual drive would certainly speak about the most anatomically...

The Thirty Third Sunday’s Eschaton

Beware that you are not led astray (Lk. 21:8). ⧾ The sacred liturgy again today directs our attention to the eschaton, the teaching about the...

Sympathetic Nature

MANY PASSAGES in Scripture, both the Old and the New Testaments, are disconcertingly violent, as in today’s Gospel: Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom...

Saint Thomas and Merit

(Here is, for your perusal, Saint Thomas' teaching on charity - or divine-like love, 'willing the good' - is the principle of merit, rather...

Martin’s Martial Memorial

Once the most well-known and beloved of saints, Martin, Bishop of Tours, overlaps with what we now know more commonly as Remembrance Day, which...

The Cleansing Fire of Purgatory

Now He is God not of the dead, but of the living; for to Him all of them are alive. (Lk. 20:38) As we approach...