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      Vivaldi’s Juditha Triumphans

      Juditha Triumphans is an oratorio by Antonio Vivaldi, the only one of four he is known to have written which survived. Its date of...

      Every Life’s Sacred, or None Are

      Jesus provides us with a motive for acting, viz., the love of God, which in practical terms produces a love of our neighbours. The...

      Covid 2: The Sequel

      The World Health Organization’s special envoy on COVID-19 has urged world leaders to stop using lockdowns as the primary control method against the spread...

      Little Black Lives—Do They Matter?

      Anyone who believes that God is the Author of all life and loves us unconditionally (and even many who don’t believe this) would instinctively...

      Pope John Paul, the Good and the Great

      Karol Wojytla, the man who would be known to history as John Paul II, was a true man, his character forged in the fire...

      Funeral Homily of Pope John Paul II

      FUNERAL MASS OF THE ROMAN PONTIFF JOHN PAUL II HOMILY OF HIS EMINENCE CARD. JOSEPH RATZINGER St Peter's Square Friday, 8 April 2005 "Follow me. " The Risen Lord says...

      Saint Hedwig of Silesia: Poland’s Crown and Glory

      It's a special day for the Polish, as one of their patrons is celebrated, at least here in Canada, on this day - normally,...

      Mission Sunday, Gospel, Church and Anti-Church

      ‘Give therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s’ (Mt. 22: 21). ⧾ Today is World Mission...

      What is Caesar’s, When All is God’s?

      A clever writer once observed that Jesus never made the mistake of qualifying any of his statements: “Sell you possessions, and give the money...

      The True Saint Augustine

      St. Augustine’s legacy has fared so well not just because of his personal holiness and scholarly genius, but also because of the great ease...