Pascal’s Vision.

I came across this reading Rod Dreher’s great blog at The American Conservative.  This is a vision that converted the 17th century scientist Blaise Pascal to Christianity.  We need this today in the 21st century. FIRE. GOD of Abraham, GOD of Isaac, GOD of Jacob not of the philosophers and of the learned. Certitude. Certitude. […]

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Scheer’s Empty Vessel.

I was reading a tweet that Charles Adler retweeted with a response from a woman who’s fed up with Andrew Scheer’s poll-possessed, weak-knee’d, stand-for-nothing leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada. The tweet got me thinking.  Andrew Scheer is an avatar for a political party who’s primary concern, beyond all else, is attaining power.  Despite […]

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Canadian Bishops side with Francis?

As some of you who read this are already aware, the Catholic Church is in a crisis.  Pope Francis along with his closest advisors are implicated in a cover-up of sexual abuse of seminarians and priests by known homosexual Prelates. A letter was recently published by Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano naming names and calling for […]

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The Death Penalty.

This issue has been written and tweeted about endlessly since the announcement of the rescript of the Death Penalty section of the CCC.  I just want to publish the section of the Catechism of the Council of Trent that explains based upon Sacred Scripture that the Death Penalty is lawful when done righteously. The Catechism […]

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I was watching a recent episode of Off The Menu with Vincent Frankini and Charles Coulombe where Charles was asked about immigration.   The rather long answer he provided was absolutely spectacular, and spot-on. The questioner asked what Catholic teaching was on immigration and what Charles thought of it.  The two-fold answer was great.  I’m going […]

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