The Fading of the Feminist Fad

I’m a nasty woman,” Ashley Judd 2017 Three years ago – the Saturday after Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration in Washington – a million women gathered...

Dissolution of a Nation

Citing “the public interest in the administration of justice”, the law society claims that the personal views and preferences of an “overwhelming majority” of...

The Wisdom of the Theresas in Times of Adversity

To help us during struggles and challenges in life, Our Lord has given us the great Theresas: St. Therese of Lisieux, the Little Flower,...

Corpus Christi: The gift of the Holy Eucharist

 Christ is the mediator of a new covenant, so that those who are called may receive the promised eternal inheritance. (Heb 9:14) As we once again...

Amoris and the Sacramentality of Marriage

How are Catholic couples meant to interpret Amoris Laetitia? When already a fog of confusion surrounds the question of whether or not the divorced...

The Dilemmas of Atheism

“When the Son of man comes, will He find faith on the earth?” (Luke 18:8). The following random reflections on atheism address what many...

On the Jaws of Death and the Gates of Heaven

Dietrich von Hildebrand (1889-1977) was a Catholic convert, philosopher, and theologian whose deep thinking prepared him during his long life for fruitful meditations on...

Moral Meltdown: A Magisterial View of the Morality of Embryo Adoption

Perusing the website of Snowflakes, an American adoption agency, the viewer is presented with myriad photos of respectable, young-to-middle-aged couples radiantly embracing beautiful, healthy,...

Pestilence in the Light of Faith

The time we are living in now looks like a story taken from a fiction book. The world is upside down and everything seems...

Reflections on Rome

I post this final report, for now, on my recent pilgrimage, and my final destination, the eternal city to which all roads lead, Roma. These...