Peter, Paul and the Path to Rome

Today's memorial of the dedication of the basilicas of Saints Peter and Paul - following upon that of the Lateran Basilica earlier this month...

St Joseph Moscati: a Faithful Labourer in the Vineyard of the Lord  

On November 16th  we, as a Church, celebrate the feast day of Saint Joseph Moscati, or, as he is commonly known by many who...

Finding Interest in the Ritual of Mass

More times than I can count I have been told by young men and women that they do not attend Mass because they find...

Remembering the Fallen, and Martin, Their Patron

It's Remembrance Day here in Canada as well as Britain and the rest of her dominions and territories, called Veterans' Day down south. In...

The Dedication of the Basilica of Saint John Lateran: A Call to Holiness

Brothers and sisters, you are God’s building. ... For God’s temple is holy, and you are that temple. (1 Cor 3:9, 17) November 9th, just before...

An Unholy Triumvirate

The Communist Party cannot be neutral toward religion. It stands for science, and all religion is opposed to science. ~ Joseph Stalin  The religions are...

A Protestant Gentleman, Predestined?

He was a good man, in the old Scottish Presbyterian phrase, God-ward and man-ward. - Sir Walter Scott, The Antiquary Leslie Hamilton Neatby who died...

Is University Worth It?

As cliché as it sounds, we are living in unprecedented times.  This is no less true in colleges and universities than it is elsewhere. ...

Praying for and with All the Holy Souls

A blessed All Souls’ Day to all our readers. Here is an article from our archives, which sums up the Church's tradition of praying...

A 21st Century Dies Irae – in Conversation with Composer Thomas Crow

Please introduce yourself and your relationship with Faith and Music. My name is Thomas Crow and I am a Catholic Composer from Wakefield in England....