The Church Will Become Smaller…

From the crisis of today the Church of tomorrow will emerge—a Church that has lost much. She will become small and will have to...

Apologist Ronald Knox Remembered

Monsignor Ronald Knox (1888-1957) is remembered as theologian, translator of the Latin Bible, author of detective stories, novelist, poet, and most of all as...

The Millennial Fugue

Spare a thought for millennials, perhaps the most persecuted sector of our increasingly ignorant and spiritually impoverished society.Denied God and the firm Christian teaching...

Forgive our Sins as We Forgive

I’ve been hearing confessions, now, for over fifty years, and I have noticed that there is one sin that comes up more than any...

A Parable for Today, or Always Do Thy Duty

“All this Jesus said to the crowds in parables; indeed he said nothing to them without a parable.”Some time ago an American missionary priest—we’ll...

Of Benedict and the Conservative Option

A blessed feast of Saint Benedict to all our readers! Although the whole monastic tradition predates him by several centuries, going back to such early...

The Confession of the Archbishop, and the Mother of the Confessions

What is one to say of the recent allegations of the former papal nuncio to the United States, Carlo Maria Vigano, claiming a network...

Oh, Cannabis!

On October 17, Canada will begin a new era of decadence. From that day on, cannabis – aka marijuana and pot – will be...

Seat of Wisdom Schola at Pembroke Cathedral

Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Schola is providing music for the 5:15 p.m. Mass on Sunday, November 4th, at the Pembroke Cathedral (188 Renfrew...

Joseph Priestley on Jesus and Socrates Compared

Joseph Priestley (1733-1804) was an English theologian, philosopher, and scientist who is credited with the discovery of oxygen and the invention of carbonated water....