On Monday, March 13th a group of Anglicans sang Evensong (the equivalent of Catholic Vespers) in St. Peter’s Basilica. David Moxon, an Anglican “Archbishop” who runs the Anglican Center in Rome, presided over the...
There’s been a lot of talk about the so-called Benedict Option over the past couple years. Rod Dreher, a blogger at The American Conservative, has been driving the conversation.
Most everyone has heard of Malachi Martin. Born in Ireland in 1921, he was ordained a Jesuit priest in 1954.
Good news from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The amount of homes that don’t own a television has doubled since 2009.
Catholic politician Marine Le Pen has a good chance at becoming the next President of France. Quite naturally, the Davos crowd is in a frenzy. Among other things, she has promised to get tough...
Why does every Fr. Tom, Brother Dick and Deacon Harry in the post-conciliar Church think they have to appropriate cultural norms in order to reach Catholics? The Church got along just fine without karaoke...
Norma McCorvey, the anonymous “Jane Roe” in the infamous Roe v. Wade case, died over the weekend. She was just 69 years old.
In a Christian Home By a monk of the Holy Order of St. Benedict
Yesterday I was reminded of the power of heaven.
At Our Lady Queen of Peace Church
St. Monica, before the birth of the great St. Augustine, dedicated him by frequent oblations to the Christian religion, and to the service and glory of God, as he himself witnesses, saying:
Traditional Catholic on-line radio station, Magnificat Radio, nominated for prestigious Gabriel Awards. A first for Traditional radio.
Peter Ritzen is a world-renowned pianist, composer and conductor. He has performed throughout Europe, Asia, and the United States and is an acclaimed interpreter of Franz Liszt & Theodor Leschetizky.
Taking missions to the four corners of the world By Christina Meinholz
Keeping a Holy Hour Prayers and Hymns Compiled from approved sources
The customary observance of the first Friday of each month was encouraged by the Catholic Church, based on a promise made to St. Margaret Mary of Alacoque, that special favors, such as the grace...
The Bishops of Malta have issued a decree allowing Catholics living in a state of mortal sin to receive communion so long as their conscience tells them they are “at peace with God.”
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Companions on our Journey by Maureen O’Riordan
PRAYER TO STS LOUIS & ZELIE MARTIN