Immigration

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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Random Thoughts

First, Vincent Frankini of Tumblar House made a suggestion that if one were to read 10 pages per day for an entire year, you would read about 3650 pages in a year which would work out to 10-20 books per year.  So, I was reading Libido Dominandi the last couple of mornings.  I bought Libido […]

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The Principle

If you haven’t seen Robert Sungenis’ movie “The Principle”, you’re missing out.  I don’t think it matters what side of the debate you’re on (heliocentric vs. geocentric), just go see the movie .  Its absolutely incredible.  This gets right to the root of the issue that everyone has to contemplate at some point.  Is there […]

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Rite of St. John Chrysostom

“For You are holy, our God, and to You we give glory, to the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, now and forever…” — St. John Chrysostom I’ve been in the same location for seven years.  For roughly four of those years I’ve been attending the local Roman Catholic Parish.  Its still my […]

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Mass at the E.U. HQ?

If this is accurate, this is awesome.  For now I’m just going to link to the story from One Peter Five.  What an incredible development.  For European nations to have a future they must rediscover their authentic Christian faith.  It looks like it might be happening now. Here’s the important details from the original report: […]

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Happy Victoria Day!

Today is probably my favourite secular holiday.  On the third Monday in May Canadians celebrate the reign of Queen Victoria, the granddaughter of King George III. Victoria was the daughter of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn, the fourth son of King George III. Both the Duke of Kent and King George III died […]

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Chesterton’s Voice

Back during a time when the word kindle was a verb you would use to describe starting a fire, people would read actual hard-cover or paperback books.  Today, its a device you can use for reading books.   I don’t have a kindle.  I have an iPod, and I’ve got into buying audio books that […]

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