The Migrant Question

One is never sure what to believe from the endless avalanche of stories from the main-stream media. A few weeks ago the migrant caravan...

A Daily Quotation

To face what joys and troubles we might, we will provide some quotations for inspiration, and here is one from the mighty pen of...

Mortimer Adler on Proving God Exists

Mortimer J. Adler (1902-2001) was early in life an agnostic American philosopher of Jewish descent (he referred to himself as a pagan) who was...

The Flood, Arks, and Happy Monks

  Fr. Scott Murray A review of The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post Christian Nation By Rod Dreher Penguin Group USA, 269 pages, $34 After...

The Diamond of England: The Mission and Martyrdom of St. Edmund Campion

    St. Edmund Campion first became a major part of my life when I was assigned to read Edmund Campion: Hero of God’s Underground by Harold...

Blasphemy and Bubble Zones

I read recently that Pope John Paul II had a vision of Europe being taken over by Islam, the continent’s once-vibrant Christianity gone silent...

Troublesome Technology and the Modesty of Mixed Doubles

I suppose I should wish everyone a joyous and restful Family Day, but I have a strong, almost knee-jerk, reaction to State-mandated holidays, regardless...

Saint Michael and the Eucharistic Eschatological Battle

The great dragon, the primeval serpent, known as the devil or Satan, who had deceived all the world, was hurled down to the earth...

3rd Sunday of Advent: Rejoice, the Lord is near

His mercy is for those who fear him from generation to generation (Lk 1:4). Once again on this third Sunday of Advent we encounter the figure...

The Ballad of the White Horse: An Epic for the Ages

For years, friends urged me to read The Ballad of the White Horse by G.K. Chesterton, which I proceeded to put on the back burner for...