Shall We Dance?

A Catholic Ball in Chicago by Meghan Ferrara and Evan Wing Lovely ladies in elegant Ball gowns. Handsome gentlemen in formal wear. A waltz under a crystal chandelier. No, it wasn’t a scene from Downton Abbey. It was very real, this summer, in Chicago. A gala Ball at the stunning Preston Bradley Hall was hosted … Read more

The Once and Present Crisis: Ancient Heretics and Modern Arians

By Sean Kater   “The very crisis of the Church in our days consists in the ever growing phenomenon that those who don’t fully believe and profess the integrity of the Catholic faith frequently occupy strategic positions in the life of the Church, such as professors of theology, educators in seminaries, religious superiors, parish priests … Read more

Majestic Saint Mary’s Lives Again

Interview by Michael Durnan Photos by Joseph Shaw and John Aron Father Armand de Malleray is the pastor of the FSSP Shrine of St. Mary, in Warrington, Lancashire. The church is a priceless treasure, a Grade One listed building designed by the 19th century English architects E. W. Pugin and P. P. Pugin. In June 2017 this 19th … Read more

True Saints

By Meghan Cesar Kristyn Brown is a young Catholic photographer who has been capturing modern portrayals of Catholic saints since 2015. She has created over forty images of the Saints and has been commissioned by organizations such as The World Meeting of Families to create her photos.  She is a current member and huge fan … Read more

Turning the Artistic Tide in the Post-Conciliar Era

By Adrian Hau Photos Courtesy of St. John Cantius Church The tradition of making fine art, particularly religious art and classical church architecture, has largely disappeared in the post-conciliar era.  Nearly all accredited and degree-granting art and architecture programs no longer teach the techniques of the Renaissance and academic masters, choosing instead to favor novelty … Read more

The Hiddenness of Holywell

English Catholics Return to a Medieval Well of Healing Photos by Michael Durnan and Emily Prest Its origins lost in the mists of time, St Winefride’s Well in Wales echoes with the magical timbre of ancient Christianity. Continually visited since the 600’s, the Holywell is one of the few locations mentioned by name in the … Read more

Fourteenth Sunday After Pentecost

Today is the Fourteenth Sunday After Pentecost. by Fr. Francis Xavier Weninger, 1882 “No man can serve two masters.”–Matt. 6. No one can serve two masters, as Christ Himself assures us. And yet what a number of those who believe in Christ, although they dare not, of course, contradict the Word of Christ in explicit … Read more

Saint Eleutherius, Abbott

September 6 Today is the memorial/feast day of Saint Eleutherius.  Ora pro nobis. Very little is known about this saint.  Legend has it a wonderful simplicity and spirit of compunction were the distinguishing virtues of this holy sixth century abbot. He was elected to preside Saint Mark’s monastery near Spoleto, and favored by God with the … Read more

Saint Lawrence Justinian, Bishop

September 5 Today is the feast day of Saint Lawrence Justinian.  Ora pro nobis. by Father Francis Xavier Weninger, 1876 St. Lawrence was a descendant of the noble house of Giustiniani, greatly famed at Genoa, Venice and Naples. He was born 1380, of very pious parents, but early lost his father, Bernard. His mother, on … Read more

Pues, Bill, sí es por la causa

de Bill Riccio, Jr. traducido desde el inglés por Matthew Penza Con el título epónimo tomado del Padre Richard C. Cipolla, este escritor empecé un viaje a través del país a las regiones agrestes de Portland, Oregón, para ser maestro de ceremonios por una misa pontificia en la Iglesia del Santo Rosario. La fecha de … Read more

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