The Devil’s Deathly Dominion

Physician-turned-author Walker Percy’s final novel, The Thanatos Syndrome, published in 1987, tells the odd tale of a town wherein the ‘elites’ are devolving -...

Spiritual and Secular Asceticism

A blessed and grace-filled Lenten season to all our readers, beginning with this solemn commemoration of Ash Wednesday to launch us on our way...

Councils, Chiefs and Trudeau’s Chaos

The pathetic summation of Marc Miller, Minister of Indigenous Services, says it all: The protests, clogging up the entire Canadian economy, or what’s left...

The Melody of Christ in Candlemas

A blessed feast of the Presentation to all our readers, which used to, and still may, be called Candlemas, a celebration of the light...

John, the Beloved

On this third day of Christmas, we not only get three french hens, but, far better, we get to celebrate the beloved Apostle, Saint...

A Primer on Christological Heresies

In light of this festive season, in which we celebrate the manifestation of the Messiah in His birth at Bethlehem - and also, perhaps,...

Josaphat, a Martyr for Unity

In the Gospel the other day, Our Lord seems to predict our modern crisis when he warns that scandals are sure to come, and...

Pagan Idolatry and Catholic Fortitude

A writer must at times take back, or at least re-form, opinions once vaguely and lightly and perhaps too hastily held. Even the great...

The True Reformation of Charles Borromeo

The memorial of Saint Charles Borromeo (1538-1584) commemorates one of the great pillars - along with Saint Robert Bellarmine, Philip Neri and countless others...

Alas for Canada

What is one to say? The results speak for themselves, with the east more or less going 'liberal', the Prairies and Alberta going 'conservative',...