The Upside-Down of Moral Relativism

Very often we hear it said that when tackling thorny questions, two heads are better than one. As for considering the many facets of...

Song of Creation: An Easter Poem

               They who hear the song love the singer                Music promising light from darkness                Peace and life ever...

Christus Surrexit Vere, Alleluia!

A blessed and joyous Easter to all our readers, and may the grace of the Risen Christ fill your hearts with a faith, hope...

The Last Words of Pope Saint John Paul II

On this Holy Saturday, 2019, as come to the end of a long and difficult Lent for so many, these final messages of Pope...

Women and the State

Yet another female premier has been ousted from office after a single term. Is it too impolite, not to say politically incorrect, to ask...

Pope Benedict on the Cure D’Ars on the Priesthood

In 2009, Pope Benedict XVI inaugurated a Year for Priests, under the heavenly intercession of the Cure of Ars, Saint Jean Vianney, the patron...

The Real and Present Presence of Christ

Often, the simplest facts are the most important—and the most frequently unadverted to. Take the Last Supper, for instance. Obviously, the Apostles had to...

Fr. William Lloyd Ryan

(In the spirit of Holy Thursday, dedicated to the priesthood, what follows is an article on the late, great Father William Lloyd Ryan, written...

Canada’s Protectress

Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, who died on this day in 1680 outside what is now Montreal, is venerated, as I discovered at Mass this morning,...

A Tale of Two Benedicts

Today is the 92nd birthday of Pope Emeritus Benedict, who - with the exception, as we just witnessed, of the occasional 'intervention' as 'Pope...