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      Security, Saintliness and Serious Polygamy

      I joked of 'fortress U.S.A.' in a text message as my travelling companion and I drove through the desolate countryside south of Winnipeg.  On...

      Korea on the Brink: Holiness or Tragedy?

      Today is the feast of the martyrs of Korea, led by the indomitable convert priest, Father Andrew Kim Taegon, tortured and beheaded in 1846...

      The Baptist and Losing One’s Head

      The celebration of the beheading of Saint John the Baptist - after all, it was his expeditious entrance into heaven - is sort of...

      Peter, Paul and Pell

      A blessed solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul to all our readers, a venerable feast that goes back to the very origins of the...

      On seeing Christ

      From the beginning Our Blessed Lord has been found only by two classes; those who know and those who do not know— but never...

      Helpless, but not hopeless

      Yesterday I was sitting in a fairly uncomfortable chair in the dentist’s office with my mouth full of dental equipment and a couple pairs...

      The True Beauty of Woman

      I will surely multiply your pain in childbearing; in pain you shall bring forth children. (Genesis 3:16) Ironically, although technological advances have made it possible for...

      All Too Human Saints and Prophets

      A blessed Sunday to all our readers, on which we always commemorate Christ's resurrection and triumph over decay and destruction, trampling death for all...

      Defining Virtue

      In his Confessions, the brilliant St. Augustine tells his reader that he knows quite well what time is, until someone asks him to define...

      Cardinal Zen’s Letter from the Heart to the College of Cardinals

      (The following is excerpted from LifeSite news, and the full piece may be found here. For another take on the troubling situation in China,...