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      Charlie Charlie: A wake-up call for sobriety

      When I was a teenager in the early seventies, an older cousin introduced me to the Ouija Board. At first, I thought we were...

      6th Sunday: Be made clean!

      Moved with pity, Jesus stretched out his hand and touched him, and said to him, “I do choose. Be made clean! (Mk 1:41)This Sunday’s...

      Feast of the Holy Face of Jesus

      When Venerable Pope Pius XII granted that the Feast of the Holy Face of Jesus be observed on Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash...

      Feelings: it’s simple.

      In many ways we live in an age of “feeling.” If we feel something—anything—we show it, talk about it, dissect it, and take it...

      St. Brigid

      Our February artist, Anna Pierlot, is a student at Campion University in Australia. Her free time is consumed by art, writing, and a philosophy...

      Canada’s March for Life 2013

      Campaign Life Coalition is a national pro-life organization that defends the human race against social injustices such as abortion, euthanasia, and physician-assisted suicide. Their...

      Should Women be Educated?

      The topic of women’s education has been making the social media rounds and I’m sure more than a few feminists have flown into fits...

      Why I blog and why you should too

      Computer technology, social media and its users have been stigmatized and blamed for much of the world’s problems. Everything from illiteracy to a decrease...

      Hurricanes, Pot and Claver’s Charity

      The inchoate and fevered brain of Jennifer Lawrence, the over-feted Hunger Games and X-Men actress, is partly right, that horrific hurricane Irma, now the...

      John A’s and Saint Bartholomew’s Imperfections

      The iconoclasm and historical revisionism continues apace in the United States, with statues toppling on the left, right and centre, mainly on the right,...