Self sacrificing Dad

Here’s a story from the Washington Post about a committed Catholic Dad who died saving his ┬áson’s life… [Read more...]

Our Lady of Sorrows Magnificat

It’s a beautiful thing that the Memoria of Our Lady of Sorrows follows directly after the Feast of the Triumph of the Cross. Our Lord’s suffering on the cross is magnified through our Lady of Sorrows. That is her role. She magnifies the Lord. When she says, “My soul magnifies the Lord’ of course it [Read More...]

Brits Back Barack

Here’s a ridiculous piece that’s typical of the snobbish Brits. It’s written in their usual lofty, arrogant style–totally misunderstanding Americans and what makes America tick. The tone is basically, “We educated and cultured Europeans call on our backwoods cousins in America to rise above their religion and guns for a moment and vote for Barack [Read More...]

Sorry Charlie

This article tells us that the Church of England is about to issue an apology to Charles Darwin for rejecting evolution. Just when you thought the Church of England couldn’t come up with any further lunacy they cook this one up. What next, an apology to Picasso for not appreciating cubism? An apology to Nietzsche [Read More...]

The Three Reverend Tenors

The Telegraph reports on the success of a ‘Holy Trinity of Singing Priests’. They’ve been signed for a big recording contract. Read about it here.┬áThat would be Fr Donald, Fr Ray and Fr Mike. Do, Re and Mi…geddit? [Read more...]

The Triumph of the Cross

On the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross (or Triumph of the Cross) we honor the Holy Cross by which Christ redeemed the world. The public veneration of the Cross of Christ originated in the fourth century, according to early accounts, beginning with the miraculous discovery of the cross on September 14, 326, by [Read More...]


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