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      Post Epiphany

      The Feast of the Baptism of the Lord marks the end of the Christmas Season and the beginning of Ordinary Time. It is a...

      The Mask slips on Radical Environmentalism

      People who are not governed by God will be ruled by tyrants. William PennIn the shadow of the Climate Change conference in Kadowice last...

      The Wise Men’s Epiphany

      A blessed and joyous Epiphany to all our readers, this twelfth day of Christmas, culminating the great joy of the season in the revelation...

      Karl Stern on Psychiatry and Religion

      “On the deepest, ontological level, it is true that where there is Neurosis there is something wrong with Faith, Hope, and Charity.” Karl SternKarl...

      A Theotokos Happy New Year!

      A very happy, joyful and grace-filled New Year to all our readers, and a blessed solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, with which, in...

      The Real Holy Family

      It has always been difficult for the homilist to preach on the feast of the Holy Family. In the old days, the priest would...

      The Sanctity of Life in Light of the Incarnation

      As a New Year approaches, may we still keep our sights on the true meaning and significance of Christmas, that is, the Incarnation. May...

      Hope of the Holy Innocents

      The feast of the Holy Innocents, falling appropriately enough within the octave of Christmas, might seem a troubling commemoration at first glance.  Remembering the...

      C. S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity and the Puritan Paradigm of Conversion

       In a letter of 11 December 1944 C. S. Lewis mentions five “shining examples of human holiness”. Along with Saint Francis, George Herbert, George...

      Excerpts from Pope Benedict’s Last Christmas Homily

      Again and again the beauty of this Gospel touches our hearts: a beauty that is the splendour of truth. Again and again it astonishes...