A Reflection for Christmas: God, Truth and Love

As Christmas rolls around this year, try not to be swept up with the hoopla of consumerism and economic materialism.  In our day and...

The Entrance of Baptism

A BIBLICAL TEXT can become so familiar that we simply bypass statements that would ordinarily puzzle us. I’m thinking of an aspect of the...

Trinity Western and the Fight for Religious Freedom

Perhaps you have not heard of the bad news on the religious freedom front, this time from out west, but it comes with a tinge of hope:...

Lingua Apocalyptica

The biblical texts used at Mass towards the end of the liturgical year are certainly dramatic—with stars falling from heaven and the like—and, it...

Re-Framing Pius XII

Disinformation, noun: false information spread deliberately and often covertly (by planting rumours) to deceive in order to influence public opinion or obscure the truth. The English...

Transfiguration and Conversion

A blessed feast of theTransfiguration to all our readers, which finds me newly arrived in the historic town of Canterbury, made famous by Augustine (the...

Frost and Fire: A Lenten Poem

To have the soul of a poet Lord, To have one that feels to the depths. The gaping wide hole in my soul Lord The sadness and...

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...

Conscience protection and why it matters

According to the latest data from Statistics Canada, 2,614 Canadians chose death by euthanasia or physician assisted suicide between January and October, 2018. This...

Healing the Blind, That We All May See

Although we have been dispensed from attendance at Holy Mass because of the pandemic, it would be good to read the lessons of the...