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A Writer on Land and Sea

Chesterton sat and wrote about great adventures; Belloc only wrote about them once he had been up and away and lived the adventure. 

The Silenced Prophet of Peace

Few popes have lived in more perilous times than Pius XI and fewer still have shown as much courage in the midst of peril.

The Ultimate D-Day

For those with eyes to see and ears to hear, the example of D-Day should remind us of another and very different battle, one which was fought a long time ago and on a far greater scale.

The People-Pleasing Vatican

Seeking celebrity acceptance sacrifices seriousness and credibility. It is sad when leadership in the Church shows star-struck, stage door behavior.

Fathers, Rise to Your Greatness

Echoes of the Holy Trinity ring out in the hearts of fathers. Failing to appreciate this leaves them prey to the cultural vandals.

How God promises to give us all the essentials in life

God is generous, kind and merciful, always seeking to provide for his children. Jesus spoke often about the goodness of his heavenly Father and how he provides for all of our essential needs: Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life, what you shall eat or what you shall drink, nor about Read More…

How God promises to give us all the essentials in life

Pope considers what Mary and Jesus called the Holy Spirit

In his second catechesis on the Holy Spirit and the Church, given this June 5, 2024, the Pope considered the name given to the third person of the Trinity in the Bible. The first thing we know of a person is the name. It is by his name that we address him, that we distinguish Read More…

Pope considers what Mary and Jesus called the Holy Spirit

Mexican bishops react to historic election results

The Mexican Episcopal Conference has issued a statement regarding the elections held nationwide in Mexico on Sunday, June 2. In it, they congratulate the people of the nation for having exercised their civil and political right “to strengthen democracy and elect, by majority vote, those who will occupy the thousands of public offices that were Read More…

Mexican bishops react to historic election results

French “end of life” bill speeds decomposition of society

In the midst of the hustle and bustle of news that disperses and confuses us, comes the proposal of a French law that no one dares to call by its name. Its supporters modestly refer to it as the “end of life” law. The head of state announced it as a “humanistic” text last March. Read More…

French “end of life” bill speeds decomposition of society

Corpus Christi roundup: Processions around the world

Catholics all over the world joined processions for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, also called the Feast of Corpus Christi, on Thursday, May 30, or Sunday, June 2. (The feast is celebrated on different days in different parts of the world, as it is sometimes moved to the Sunday Read More…

Corpus Christi roundup: Processions around the world