Northwest Catholic Has a Piece on the Rosary

that, inter alia, includes some remarks from Yr. Obdt. Svt. [Read more...]

Mary Blogging

Over at Catholic Cravings Daniel Nour is blogging fast and furious on Volume II: First Guardian of the Faith, from my Mary, Mother of the Son trilogy. Post 1 Post 2 Marytown Press says the reissues of MMOTS should be soon! [Read more...]

In Honor of Our Lady on Her Feast Day

A little Rosary meditation on the Assumption from Mary, Mother of the Son. [Read more...]

A reader has a Question about By What Authority?

He writes: I read your book a few years ago and found it tremendously helpful in resolving my doubts about biblical authenticity. THANKS! I have a copy on order (gave my copy away) from amazon uk since March 13th but no delivery date yet… Can you suggest an alternative provider? Amazon.com here in the US [Read More...]

The Queen of the May

Fr. Roderick Burke writes: Here is another article from Fr. Angelo Geiger for the month of May, the month of Mary. http://maryvictrix.com/2013/05/02/queen-of-the-may/ Keying off the May hymn “Bring Flowers of the Rarest” Fr. Angelo explains how Mary is the answer to fight against the false optimism of the new Paganism. Here is a bulletized summary: Hymn [Read More...]

Marian Willies

A reader writes: I have been a convert for over 10 years now, and I still do not feel comfortable with many Marian cultural practices, devotions, etc. Before I converted, I was a member of the church of Christ, and I still struggle with many Marian devotions (not dogmas like the Assumption, though.) I can [Read More...]

Kevin O’Brien tries his hand at Marian apologetics

He seems to hold his own okay, from what I can see. Speaking of which, Mary, Mother of the Son should be out again in a couple of months from what I hear from Marytown Press.  Huzzah! [Read more...]

Mary: Dwelling Place of Wisdom in Body and Soul

Yr. Obdt. Svt. offers a little compare and contrast between Solomon, who was wise, and Mary, who gave birth to the Wisdom of God. [Read more...]

There are many reasons I love John C. Wright

Among them are fear, surprise, and a fanatical devotion to the Pope. But that’s not important right now. Today, the reasons include his ability to compose sentences like this: I frankly admit that I am sick to death of vampires as portrayed as protagonists in stories. They are properly villains and vermin, antagonists to be [Read More...]

One Final Follow up…

…on the Immaculate Conception, over at the Register. [Read more...]

The Immaculate Conception

“Why Her and Not Us?” is under discussion over at the Register today. [Read more...]

The Immaculate Conception…

…and the Common Thread Tying Together the Philosophies of Pride is what is under discussion over at the Register this fine morning. [Read more...]


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