Entropy and the Last Word

When Sadi Carnot formulated the Second Law of Thermodynamics in the early 19th century, a law also known as the law of entropy, people...

Saint John Joseph of the Cross

Today's saint is not to be confused with the more famous Saint John of the Cross, the Carmelite mystic and doctor of the Church....

Saint Colette of Corbie

Nicole Boellet (1381 - 1447) was a miraculous birth. Her childless, elderly parents, Robert and Marguerite, prayed to Saint Nicholas that they might conceive,...

Saints Perpetua, Felicity…and the 750th Anniversary of Thomas Aquinas

Today marks the optional memorial of the early martyrs Perpetua and Felicity, put to death likely in the year 203, under the reign of...

Ireland’s Referendum on Marriage, Motherhood and Family – March 8th

Ireland is at it again, or at least those who currently govern the Emerald Isle, once so Catholic, and, now, well, chucking off her...

Saint Sophronius the Sophist

March 11th is the traditional feast of Saint Sophronius (560 - 638), patriarch of Jerusalem from 634 to his death on this day in...

The Creeping Totalitarianism of Bill C-63

Justin Trudeau and his 'Justice' Minister, Arif Virani, are doubling down on Bill C-63, purported to make the internet a 'safe place for children'....

Pilgrimage to the Martyrs

Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College is embarking today on our annual pilgrimage to Martyrs' Shrine in Midland, following the steps of Saints Jean...

Saint Cyril of Jerusalem: The Vital Importance of Catechetics

The saints during Lent - with few exceptions, such as Saint Joseph - are celebrated as muted 'commemorations', but that does not decrease their...

Two (other) Saint Nicholases: Flüe and Owen

On March 21 and 22, we commemorate two saints by the name of Nicholas. The first is Saint Nicholas of Flüe (1415 - 1487),...