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....

Celebrating All the Saints

Let us all rejoice in the Lord, as we celebrate the feast day in honour of all the Saints, at whose festival the Angels...

All Saints’, Real Conversion Therapy and Hope Amidst the Ruins

This is the eve of All Saints' known affectionately in our era as 'Halloween', even if many may not knows the derivative of this...

Manliness, Courage and the Fear of Death

I recently returned from a trip to visit my family in Montreal and spend some time with old friends in the countryside nearby.  Across...

The Beatification of the Servant of God, Father Michael J. McGivney

On Wednesday May 27, 2020 Pope Francis advanced the cause for canonization of twelve holy men and women, one of them being the Venerable...

Every Life’s Sacred, or None Are

Jesus provides us with a motive for acting, viz., the love of God, which in practical terms produces a love of our neighbours. The...

Little Black Lives—Do They Matter?

Anyone who believes that God is the Author of all life and loves us unconditionally (and even many who don’t believe this) would instinctively...

Pope John Paul, the Good and the Great

Karol Wojytla, the man who would be known to history as John Paul II, was a true man, his character forged in the fire...

What is Caesar’s, When All is God’s?

A clever writer once observed that Jesus never made the mistake of qualifying any of his statements: “Sell you possessions, and give the money...

The True Saint Augustine

St. Augustine’s legacy has fared so well not just because of his personal holiness and scholarly genius, but also because of the great ease...