The Last Golden Age

By Dan Flaherty   The University of Notre Dame has been in the news lately and for faithful Catholics, the news has finally been good. Amy Coney Barrett, a product of Notre Dame Law School and devoutly Catholic mother of seven, is President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court. And Lou Holtz, the man who … Read more

The Almazon Report: Fears and Hopes

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is an attempt to treat a deadly serious topic light-heartedly. Today, anxiety is running high about the Amazon Synod. Author Evelyn Oliver parodies the ‘Amazonian paradigm’ by portraying a well-intentioned modernist ethnologist reporting on his stay among the ‘Almazonian’ tribes. The ethnologist believes that their indigenous values must be imported to save … Read more

Victory of the Immaculate

Continuation of Saint Louis de Montfort By Henry Walker Louis De Montfort predicted that in the latter times great Saints would rise up the likes of which the world has never seen before. He writes: “Towards the end of the world … Almighty God and His holy Mother are to raise up saints who will … Read more

The “Sweet Path”…

Continuation, Saint Louis de Montfort Article Two By Henry Walker Consecration to Mother of God involves: “doing everything through Mary, with Mary, in Mary, and for Mary”. In short, we become slaves of Mary, as the Queen of heaven, the dispenser of all graces; a servant of she who holds the key to the Divine … Read more

Totus Tuus: Totally Yours

Consecration to Mary with Saint Louis De Montfort By Henry Walker Saint Louis De Montfort lived in pre-revolutionary France – a time and place that popular history and culture (“Les Miserables”) have taught moderns to revile. But the France of Montfort’s time was hardly a country of impoverished masses; in reality it was a Catholic … Read more

The Code of Aquinas

The Code of Aquinas by George J.  Galloway Chapter 1: Blood Brothers   Fells Point, Baltimore, Maryland Christmas Eve, 1813 “Tough” Gilly Morrison shed a tear. From a distance he watched his best friend Michael Dooley, Jr. ship out on the proudest privateer ever to leave Baltimore. Gilly wanted to be on that ship more … Read more

In Search of Tolkien

A Wander Through the Green Hills of the ‘Shire’ By Mike Church “Frodo and Aragorn stood for a while silent on the hill-top, near its southward edge. In that lonely place Frodo for the first time fully realized his homelessness and danger. He wished bitterly that his fortune had left him in the quiet and … 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

A Dead Thing Goes With the Stream

Reflections on Starting Up a Winning Catholic High School By Natasa Zambelli-Wilkie Dale Ahlquist is all things Chesterton. Not only is he is an author, public speaker, Evangelical convert to Catholicism, and Catholic apologist, he has written, edited, or contributed to more than fifteen books on G. K. Chesterton. Dale is also the co-founder of … Read more

Stephanie Jones’ Diary: Victim, Complex

So here’s the surprising, paradoxical truth that I’ve come to know: I’m not a victim.  Christ has conquered death once and for all. I am owed nothing. The air filling my lungs, every breath, a gift I could never merit. The Spirit filling my depths… this gratitude for God, may it never leave me. May … Read more