Christ and the Incorruptibles

“I am the Resurrection and the Life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in...

A Meditation for Good Friday

Cardinal Newman, now Blessed John Henry Newman, was a towering figure of nineteenth-century Catholicism who is almost universally admired. I say “almost” because not...

Of Trillions and Youth Summits

Another milestone for progressive Canada: We will soon hit the trillion dollar debt mark, not quite up to the 20 trillion south of the...
Pope St. John Paul II

John Paul II and Passion Sunday

"Christ became obedient for us even to death, death on the Cross. Therefore God raised him on high and gave him a name above...

A Meditation for Palm Sunday: The Passion according to Mark

In Scripture, a single phrase can open the way to a profound insight into the message of the mysteries of the faith. A striking...

Jordan Peterson and the Catholic Faith

I want to begin with a caveat: I’m a fan of Dr. Jordan Peterson. I have listened to his lectures on personality, attended most...

The Culture of Coercion

“Everything not forbidden is compulsory.” The Once and Future King, T.H.White Canada’s morally corrosive socialism is now so far advanced that the totalitarian drift of her various...

Of Hawking, the Ides and the Demise of the Canadian Family

I am still pondering the providential serendipity of Stephen Hawking’s death yesterday, the math whiz going to meet His God on pi day.  A...

Dr. Hawking’s Pi

Today is Pi Day, the third month and 14th day, signifying of course 3.14, the first digits in the ratio of a circle's circumference...

The True Beauty of Liturgical Music

The tragic loss of beauty in liturgy we should not dismiss lightly, for if there is one thing we can glean from Scripture, and from...