Religion is Okay, As Long as It Don’t Mean Nothing

An observation from the late Bill Buckley … as down the slope we continue slip …  [Read more...]

Bill Buckley on Keeping the Faith

We’re celebrating the feast of the Assumption of Mary into Heaven today. And I am reminded today of National Review founder William F. Buckley Jr.’s great love of the Blessed Mother. In his book Nearer My God, he explained why people there are pilgrims in Lourdes, France, and provided insight into what religious faith meant in [Read More...]

WFB & the Magisterium

A helpful history lesson from Linda Bridges. [Read more...]

Climb Every Mountain


It’s hard not to welcome this past Sunday’s gospel. It’s a source of strength even today, as it was meant to be for the Apostles who witnessed the Transfiguration of Christ. Jesus took Peter, James, and John and led them up a high mountain apart by themselves. And he was transfigured before them, and his clothes [Read More...]