A society so afraid of death, that it is afraid to live

As the recent addition to our lexicon, COVID-19, rolls off the tongues, and streams off the texts of so many throughout the world these...

11 Benefits of the Rosary from the 11 Marian Encyclicals of Pope Leo XIII

(During this time of crisis, we thought we would re-post this piece by Father Scott Murray, on the 'benefits of the beads'. I did...

Robin Hood “telling his beads”: A Catholic reflection on the prince of thieves

  The legends of Robin Hood and his Merry Men exert a near universal appeal, and have done so for generations. From ballads to books...

The Long Hot Summer of 2018

On January 10, 1963, the Hon. A.S. Herlong Jr., a judge and Democratic congressman from Florida (1949-1969) read a document into the U.S. House...

Celebrating a Diversity of Vice

Another summer weekend, another 'gay pride' parade, this one with our Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, replete with his whole family, along with the representatives...

C.S. Lewis Revisited

Arguably the two most influential Christian apologists of the twentieth century were G.K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis. Both were accomplished essayists, novelists, poets, and...

How to Defeat Euthanasia: A Personal Story

As the ten-horned apocalyptic beast called euthanasia lies in wait at our door and we begin to reflect on how to protect our loved...

Hollywood Combusts

I think everybody should get rich and famous and do everything they ever dreamed of so they can see that it’s not the answer....

Hunted by Sophists

Plato had something against the sophists, those itinerant teachers of rhetoric who rose to prominence in the fifth century BC, mostly in Athens.  The...

Feminist Follies, Part III

(In this three-part series, Paula Adamick explores the impact and legacy of the lives and lies of some of feminism’s most influential – some...