Anselm, Show Trials and Truth

Saint Anselm (+1109) was bishop of the see of Canterbury, back when it was still Catholic, and remained officially so until the predations of...

A Manly King, and a Kingly Man

An article this morning in CWR quotes a recent speech by none other than Cardinal Sarah, recounting to young scouting pilgrims, on pilgrimage to...

Authenticity

Did you hear the one about the woman who became a man but then gave birth to three kids and now wants a divorce?...

Our imperfect family rosary

When I was growing up, my immature self believed that the family rosary was something that had to be endured. Through no fault of...

Population Control, Royalty and Fighting the Good Fight

Paula Adamick's article on the socialist and anti-Christian philosophy behind 'Earth Day', celebrated, if such be the term, on the birthday of Lenin himself,...

Of Popes, Potentates and Princes Royal

May 18th would have been Pope Saint John Paul II's 98th birthday, which would be old even for the oldest of Popes. Benedict, the...

Franco and the Progressive Rewriting of History

For more than a century now, the international communist movement has been hiding and sanitizing its own history while subjecting its opponents to relentless...

Anything Is Possible

One day years ago, while channel surfing, I came across a news story about a woman who became a man, and had decided to...

Confessions of a Recovering Almost-Hoarder

When my grandmother moved out of the house she had lived in for 35 years, it took the family several days to clean it...

Follow with response and reflection

I am a faithful Catholic and a faithful Catholic journalist, meaning that while much of my writing and broadcasting has no direct connection with...