De Chantal’s Visitation

Jane Frances Fremiot (+1641) was a beautiful, refined young woman from Burgundy, betrothed to the Baron de Chantal at 21 years old; and a happy marriage it was, before the Baron was killed by an arquebus in a tragic hunting accident, leaving Jane a widow with four...

The Glory of Gregorian Chant

Our 9th annual Wojytla Conference just wrapped up, which went swimmingly well, this year’s theme being ‘The Splendour of Liturgy’. The three-day event began with an inaugural afternoon workshop and lecture by Dr. Aaron James, the Director of Music at...

Good and Bad Choices

Please do pray for Sister Maria Immaculata, of the Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate, one the alumni from Seat of Wisdom College, a young woman who is preparing to make her final profession on the upcoming solemnity of the Assumption. A great gift to God, and an...

Hippolytus, Pontian, Pope and AntiPope

Just like Popes, anti-Popes come and go, sometimes even during their own lifetimes. Hippolytus is one such figure: The history is somewhat obscure, but he was a priest of Rome of rather rigorous views, who thought the hierarchy too lenient on repentant sinner –...