Christ the King’s Providential Passion

THE GOSPELS this year have come from the Gospel of Luke, and we finish on the feast of Christ the King with a section...

Pagan Idolatry and Catholic Fortitude

A writer must at times take back, or at least re-form, opinions once vaguely and lightly and perhaps too hastily held. Even the great...

People’s Republic of Insanity

Dr. Don DeMarco, a Canadian, conservative, orthodox philosophy professor - a rare bird - has penned an all-too-real description of the state of Canada...

Alas for Canada

What is one to say? The results speak for themselves, with the east more or less going 'liberal', the Prairies and Alberta going 'conservative',...

Teresa, of Jesus

On this, the 'ides' of October, we celebrate the great mystic and doctor of the Church, Teresa of Avila (+1582) who, along with her...

Despair, Hope and the Rosary

In honour of the Blessed Virgin, we might peruse Pope Saint John Paul II's encyclical on the Rosary, Rosarium Virginis Mariae, which he promulgated...

Good and Bad Choices

Please do pray for Sister Maria Immaculata, of the Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate, one the alumni from Seat of Wisdom College, a young...

Warmed Over Hypocrisy

The hypocrisy of the climate-change-save-the-Earth movement waxes rather warm itself these days, as it has since its incipience under Al Gore in those 90's...

The God of Abraham, Sodom and Canada

Abraham’s dialogue with God in yesterday’s Sunday reading still speaks to us four millennia onwards. Indeed, the principle is timeless, that God’s justice –...

Canada’s Dominion Day

A blessed Dominion Day to all our readers, on which we celebrate the official founding of ‘Canada’ as a (mostly) independent part of the...