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? 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. 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…]