The Collective Conscience

When confronted by some new bit of feminist nonsense, mother used to say: “Kick the Natural Law and the Natural Law will kick back. Hard!“ She was referring to the immutability of the divinely-created laws governing procreation and healthy human behaviour...

Blaise and Ansgar

Saint Blaise, a bishop of ancient Sebastea (now in Turkey), as well as a physician, was tortured and martyred for the faith in 316 A.D., a scant three years after Constantine declared the faith legally sanctioned in Roman law. Sometimes, however, law takes some time...

Shedding A Light on the New Barbarism

A blessed feast of the Presentation, also called Candlemas, celebrating the dedication of the child Jesus in the Temple, the purification of Our Lady after her childbirth, and the beginning of Christ’s mission as a light unto the Gentiles, the salvation of the...