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      Saint Joseph, A Working Man

      (A reprise of an article I published last year on this memorial of the great Saint Joseph...)Saint Joseph has two 'feast' days in the...

      The Virgin Mary of Smolensk

      Our cover artist, Janusz Charczuk, was featured in our December 2012 issue. He is originally from Poland, where he graduated from the Technical University...

      Veni, Veni Emmanuel

      A blessed, holy and joyful Advent to all, as we begin a new liturgical year this evening. The ancient expectation for the arrival of...
      Pope St. John Paul II

      Urbi et Orbi of John Paul II

      This 'Urbi et Orbi' (to the city and to the world) address of Pope Saint John Paul II from 2002 has lost none of...

      Our Lady and the Octave of Christmas

      Hail, holy Mother! The Child to whom you gave birth is the King of Heaven and earth forever.Christmas is a Solemnity with an Octave....

      ‘Marking the transition’

      Being from the prairies, one of the habits my mother instilled in me as a boy was to take off my shoes whenever I...

      John Richmond Phillips RIP

      John Richmond Phillips, the former longtime publisher and editor-in-chief of the now defunct farm journal Farm & Country has passed away. JP, as he...

      Conversionary Compassion: Pope Francis and the Engaged Church

      Conservative Catholics have expressed suspicion that Pope Francis is importing the values of a culture influenced by secular humanism into Church theology. He has...

      Cultural Dis-Assimilation

      It was reported amongst the Indo-Canadian community, and that is the far-away India, not the Native Canadians whose ranks were just increased by the...

      A Catholic Approach to the Papacy

      On this solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul, celebrating their respective life and martyrdom, it is beneficial to dwell a moment upon the papacy...