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      The Layered Meaning of the Prodigal Son

      In 1861, John William Burgon, the (Anglican) dean of Chichester cathedral, preached a sermon...

      Pope Saint John Paul II’s Last Lent

      Here is Pope Saint John Paul II’s final Lenten meditation, which he finished on September 8th, 2005 – the birthday of Our Lady -...

      Losing Canada

      When the cross atop Mount Royal was first erected in 1924, the Montreal Gazette described it as “a memorial to the survival of the...

      From the Desert

      Nevertheless, God was not pleased with most of them, and they were struck down in the wilderness (1 Cor. 10:5).

      The Who, What, and Why of “Walk the Opeongo Line”

      To set out on a journey like this – 67 kilometres – just over forty miles, or a marathon and a...

      The Implacable Saint Turibius of Mogrovejo

      Saint Turibius of Mogrovejo (+1606) was – nay, still is - a model for bishops everywhere, and not just for the ordained,...

      Ordination and Marriage in Hitchcock’s ‘I Confess’

      (This analysis of Alfred Hitchock's film noir classic 'I Confess' offers some key insights, but, as a caveat, also gives away elements of the...

      Really Seeing

      Are old people wise? Have they learned anything from experience? Or are they all curmudgeons, continually grumbling about the young generation and contrasting it...

      Re-Framing Pius XII

      Disinformation, noun: false information spread deliberately and often covertly (by planting rumours) to deceive in order to influence public opinion or obscure the truth. The English...

      Faure’s Requiem

      The Ecclesiastical Schola of Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College, in conjunction with Our Lady of the Wayside School accompanied by a chamber orchestra, are...