Peter and Paul’s Eschatological War

A blessed solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul, comites, as they say in Latin, companions in life and in death, martyred under the diabolical...

Saint Cyril’s Defense of Mother and Son

Today is the traditional feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, signified in one of the most famous ‘icons’ of the Virgin Mother, which,...

Blesseds Vasyl and Nykyta: Hidden Canadian Treasures

Those espousing the subversive doctrines of socialism and communism - which includes almost every Democrat presidential candidate, Liberals in Canada, almost the entirety of...

John, Paul and Josemaria

We usually try to commemorate the saints in the current, public liturgical calendar, but now and again, we will mention those more hidden, even...

The Neo-Barbarians

Cancel culture continues - and there seems little or no distinctions in the collective mind in what they will destroy, annihilate, obliterate. We use...

The Solemnity of John the Liminal and Luminous Baptist

We celebrate the birthdays of three ‘saints’ in our Liturgy: Christ Himself, the Son of God, of course, on Christmas Day; His Mother, the...

The Lessons of Fisher and More

Two glorious martyrs of the 'Reformation' are celebrated today. First, Saint Thomas More, husband, father, lawyer, sometime chancellor of England, martyred in 1535 along...

Mary’s Immaculate Heart

On the day after the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart, the Catholic Church celebrates the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the one from whom He...

Nicene’s Creed and Christ’s Human and Divine Heart

The Creed of the Council of Nicaea was officially promulgated on this day in 325 A.D., under the auspices of the newly-converted - well,...

The Sacred Heart and Prayer for Priests

A blessed Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, to all our readers, a feast which has its origins in the early Middle Ages,...