Tales of Canterbury

(A re-posting of my reflections, nearly two years ago now, of my pilgrimage to Canterbury, in light of today's memorial to one of her...

Carnage in Sri Lanka

The Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka, killing nearly three hundred, wounding five hundred more, have merited near-universal condemnation. Worshipers at Sunday Mass –...

Saint Francis de Sales and the Joy of Salvation

It would be ironic if on this feast of the patron saint of writers that I did not write a few words at the...

King David’s Take on Covid

Back in biology class, we debated whether viruses were ‘alive’. They’re certainly the lowest form of living thing, if living at all. They cannot...

The Transcendent Meaning of the Ascension

A very blessed and joyous Solemnity of the Ascension to all our readers... At least in the Church universal, which follows the historical fact...

Holy Norbert and Heroic Normandy

Saint Norbert (+1134) of Xanten was a zealous bishop and founder, at the forefront of the ecclesial reform named after Pope Gregory VII -...

Tam, Vaccines, Physicians and the Church

Theresa Tam is an odd, mysterious person, about whose past we know little, except that for years she has been involved in various globalist...

The Vicar of Christ

FROM: THOMAS WILLIAM M. MARSHALL, “The Vicar of Christ” Protestant Journalism, No. XLVIII London: Burns and Oates, 1874 And when they cannot entice men openly to rebel against...

Trump Emends the Johnson Amendment

President Trump, to his credit, yesterday eased the restrictions of the Johnson Amendment, named after Lyndon B. Johnson, who in his time as Senator...

Saint Rita’s Mission Impossible

A fitting thought on this vigil day of Pentecost is that nothing is impossible with God. Did not Christ promise that He would grant...