A Wedding Story

This essay was written by Alexandra, 31, who is originally from Los Angeles. Her husband Christopher, 31, is an architect from Medford, New Jersey. Alexandra tells the unlikely story of her discovery of the Faith and its traditions, and how she fell in love and married her Christopher in an astonishingly beautiful historic Catholic church, … Read more

A Latin/English Missal for Young Catholics

A Review by Natasa Wilkie The modern world comes with a clear set of – low — expectations. This is especially true regarding children, who are these days assumed to be incapable of anything so apparently demanding as sitting quietly for an hour. Imagine then, expecting them to not only sit quietly but to understand … Read more

What We Can Do Now

Forming a New Generation in a Church in Crisis Interview by Natasa Wilkie Dr. Peter Kwasniewski is a well-known theologian, university lecturer, musician, and author, as well as a prolific blogger. He’s been heavily involved in the Catholic traditional movement both in the USA and in Europe. Lately, given the maelstrom the Church is engulfed … Read more

Catholic Iceland

Catholic Iceland Text & photos by Evan Wing For Catholics, Iceland is terra ingognita. Overwhelmingly Lutheran for the last several centuries, the nation is now mostly secular, with some regions even beginning to backslide into paganism. As you drive into Reykjavik, the tallest steeple in the city – Hallgrimskírkja, a brutally iconoclastic Calvinist edifice now … Read more

The Dark Road Ahead (Part Five)

For Church employees:  Frozen pay and reporting wrong-doing Part Five of a Five Part Series Part One here. Full interview here. By Beverly Stevens, REGINA Editor Image by John La Maestra She’s spent a career getting up close and personal with predators and their victims. ‘Cathy’* was a Special Deputy to an agency investigating narcotic … Read more

The Dark Road Ahead (Part Four)

How the Mc Carrick case tipped off law enforcement Part Four of a Five Part Series By Beverly Stevens, REGINA Editor Image by John La Maestra She’s spent a career getting up close and personal with predators and their victims. Cathy’* was a Special Deputy to an agency investigating narcotic trafficking for ten years. An … Read more

The Dark Road Ahead (Part Three)

Targeting and grooming victims, and the bleak aftermath Part Three of a Five Part Series By Beverly Stevens, REGINA Editor Image by John La Maestra She’s spent a career getting up close and personal with predators and their victims. ‘Cathy’* was a Special Deputy to an agency investigating narcotic trafficking for ten years. An RN … Read more

The Dark Road Ahead (Part Two)

What state and federal investigations are uncovering in the Catholic Church Part Two of a Five Part Series Part One here. By Beverly Stevens, REGINA Editor Image by John La Maestra She’s spent a career getting up close and personal with predators and their victims. ‘Cathy’* was a Special Deputy to an agency investigating narcotic … Read more

The Dark Road Ahead (Part One)

What’s in the offing as US law enforcement investigates the Catholic Church Part One of a Five Part Series By Beverly Stevens, REGINA Editor Image by John La Maestra She’s spent a career getting up close and personal with predators and their victims. ‘Cathy’ was a Special Deputy to an agency investigating narcotic trafficking for … Read more

The Dark Road Ahead

A behind the scenes look at US law enforcement investigating the Catholic Church By Beverly Stevens, REGINA Editor Photo Credit: Evan Wing She’s spent a career getting up close and personal with predators and their victims. ‘Cathy’* began her career as a Special Deputy to an agency investigating narcotic trafficking, which she did for ten … Read more