The Folly of the Liberals and their Universities vs. the Sanity of Teresa of...

The incompetence of the federal Liberals under our ideological Prime Minister – his mind cobwebbed by all too many of the wrong ideologies –...

Virtue, Vice and Everything Nice? Blessed Dina Belanger

Father Callam’s take on Christ’s declaration that it is what comes from within a man making him unclean, all those unbridled and disordered passions...

Gregory’s Mission

One of the great joys of history is reminiscing about the past, giving hope for the present; for history is ‘eschatological’, moving towards a...

Saint Giles and an Australian Confession

As I was perusing over breakfast, I noticed that today is the olde feaste of Saint Giles, an 8th century hermit in southern France,...

The Not so Hidden Life of John Juvenal Ancina

Saint Philip Neri, the founder of the Oratorians and the ‘second Apostle’ of Rome, recommended reading books beginning with ‘S’, that is, lives of...

Bishop of Hippo, A Saint for All Time

A blessed memorial of the great Saint Augustine (354-430), bishop and doctor of the Church, and perhaps the greatest theologian in her history (although,...

The Confession of the Archbishop, and the Mother of the Confessions

What is one to say of the recent allegations of the former papal nuncio to the United States, Carlo Maria Vigano, claiming a network...

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...

Bartholomew’s Lack of Guile

We don't know all that much about today's saint, Bartholomew, the 'son of consolation', identified with the 'Nathaniel', the enigmatic figure in the first...

The Queenship of Mary, All Holy and All Good, and, then there’s Justin…

A blessed memorial of the Queenship of Mary, a feast formally instituted by Pope Pius XII on October 11, 1954, in his encyclical Ad...