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      Our Brokeness and the Eucharist

      While they were eating, Jesus took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to his disciples, saying, “Take...

      Jordan Peterson: Uncertain Prophet?

      (The author here, a professor who wishes to remain anonymous for professional reasons, strikes a note of caution concerning the popular Dr. Jordan Peterson,...

      Feminist Follies – Part II

      (tFollowing upon her first instalment in this three part-series, here Paula Adamick charts the advance of the feminist movement through the mid-20th century by...

      Ireland’s Last Domino

      ”This day I call the heavens and the earth as witnesses against you that I have set before you life and death, blessings and...

      Feminism’s Follies, Part I

      In this three-part series, Paula Adamick explores the impact and legacy of the lives and lies of some of feminism’s most influential – some...

      Corpus Christ: A Feast for the Ages

      A blessed and grace-filled solemnity of Corpus Christi to one and all, a feast that has a long and varied history dating back to...

      Corpus Christi, the Same for All Time

      We are all aware, too well aware, of how quickly things change. Last-year’s cell phone is already an antique, and a ten-year-old computer is...

      Flannery’s Faithful Fiction

      Speed, not death, is the great leveller today. Travellers dash around the globe destroying by their visits the very sites and cultures they have...

      Some Sliver of Hope for Ireland

      What is one to say about the tragic vote in Ireland last Friday, on the day of the three saints (not one of whom...

      Poet’s Corner

      Divine love To love me at my worst When I’m dirty, insane, Stupid, lame, ashamed, Needy, broken, lost. There’s only one, Who upholds and loves me most, My Lord.