Please do feel free to join the parish of the Immaculate Conception as they celebrate the Holy Eucharist with Schubert’s Mass in G Tomorrow, Sunday,...

Massacre in Manchester

ISIS has struck again, in the heart of Britain, as a suicide bomber detonated a ‘sophisticated’ device as young concertgoers were leaving an ‘Ariana...

The Donar Oak, Europe and Boniface

Saint Boniface, bishop and martyr, was hacked to death by a group of idol-worshippers on this  day, June 5, 754. His life was one...

Philosophers, Trudeau and Trump

Today is the feast of Saint Catherine of Alexandria, a woman 'renowned for her learning', put to death as a virgin martyr in 305...

Saint Agnes and the Women’s March

Today, the universal Church celebrates the memorial of Saint Agnes, a young Virgin Martyr, who perished by the sword under the reign of Diocletian...
Pope St. John Paul II

The Mystery of Salvific Suffering

Last week, a fire broke out in a mall, located in Kemerovo, a remote city in Siberia, on a day that happened to be...

The Pope of the Vulgate

Today we celebrate Pope Damasus, who in his office in the Chair of Peter from 366  to 384, greatly influenced the history of the...

William, Mary, Plunkett and the Boyne

July the 12th is ‘Orange’ Day, celebrated still with a particular fervour in Northern Ireland, commemorating the defeat of the Catholic Stuart King James...

Of Death and Baptism

Another day, yet another terrorist attack, this time in Israel, where a Palestinian, an 'ISIS sympathizer', drove a truck through a squad of Israeli...

Xavier the Missionary

Francis Xavier – the relic of whose forearm recently made a tour around Canada last year – was one of those remarkable men of...