Saint Narcissus, Bishop

October 29 Today is the feast day of Saint Narcissus.  Ora pro nobis.  St. Narcissus was born towards the close of the first century. Saint Narcissus from his youth applied himself with great care to the study of both religious and human disciplines. He entered into the ecclesiastical state, and in him all the sacerdotal virtues were … Read more

Gaslit: Part One

How Faithful Catholics Are Bamboozled Into Supporting Evil By Staff Writer Adrian Hau How does it happen? How do faithful Catholics NOT see what’s in front of their eyes? How do they continue to write checks to prelates who are clearly taking them for a ride? Despite criminal investigations and horrific revelations of sexual abuse … Read more

Omerta Dismantled: Lifting the Veil of Shameful Clerical Silence

“…federal investigators are throwing a very wide net. The abuse scandal, long fueled by the shocking details in the church’s own personnel documents, may now grow like an uncontrolled wildfire.” — The New York Times Hear that? It’s the sound of silence – also known in some circles as ‘omerta’. Since June, what we call ‘The … Read more

Blessed Karl of Austria-Hungary, Emperor

October 21 Today is the feast day of Blessed Charles of Austria-Hungary.  Ora pro nobis.    Karl (1887-1922), Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary, said goodbye to his wife, Empress Zita. “I’ll love you forever”, he declared, just as he had eleven years earlier when they were married. Then he called his first born … Read more

Twenty-First Sunday After Pentecost

Twenty-First Sunday After Pentecost by Fr. Francis Xavier Weninger, 1877  “So also shall My heavenly Father do to you, if you forgive not every one his brother from your hearts.”–Matt. 18, 35.  The Gospels which are read to you from the pulpit during the ecclesiastical year afford opportunities for the expounders of the Divine Word … Read more

The Dead Theologians Society

By Meghan Ferrara Catholics say we believe in “the communion of saints.” But in the last 50 years, most young Catholics have learned almost nothing about our saints.  Enter The Dead Theologians Society, founded by youth minister Eddie Cotter, Jr  in 1997; since then the Society has been implemented in over 550 parishes and schools … Read more

Catholics at the End of the Earth

Evan Wing One topic which has always fascinated me is the propagation of the Catholic faith in remote, isolated, or otherwise difficult-to-reach areas. Recently I’ve been researching the history of the Catholic Church in Greenland. Christianity came to Greenland in the 11th century, with the Norse colonists being some of the last of their folk … Read more

The Troops of Saint George

By Peter De Trolio III Once upon a time, I was a very proud Eagle Scout. Today, I refuse to associate myself with the Boy Scouts of America.  For a very short time, I felt like an orphan – but then I heard about the Troops of St. George. Now, don’t get the wrong idea. The … 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

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