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Read Kristina Glicksman's review of Anthony Esolen's new book of poetry, The Hundredfold: Songs for the Lord, published by Ignatius Press. ...read more
Deacon Pedro tells us seven things that the Wise Men teach us about how to approach our relationship with Jesus. ...read more
While many of you were still gathering for (or recovering from) various holiday gatherings, over 1300 young adults from across Canada were participating in a five-day conference in Toronto between Christmas and New Year’s. Rise Up, organized by Catholic Christian Outreach, attracts young men and women from coast to coast each year. But in its ...read more
Last Sunday we celebrated the Feast of the Holy Family. Tomorrow we celebrate the Feast of Mary the Mother of God. Along with the Feast of the Nativity, also known as Christmas, we celebrate three feasts that remind us that God is a God of family. What do you imagine when you think of the ...read more
Read about Thomas Becket and Thomas More: two Chancellors of England, each killed because they stood up for the Church against a king named Henry. ...read more
On Wednesday, December 25th Pope Francis gave his "Urbi et Orbi" Blessing for the Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord at Central Loggia of the Vatican Basilica. Below is full text of his message:  ...read more
On Tuesday, December 24th, Pope Francis presided mass for the  Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord at the Vatican. Here is full text of his homily. ...read more
Scott Harris explores the theological depths of two of our favourite Christmas hymns: "O Come, All Ye Faithful" and "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing". ...read more
Read Deacon Pedro's final reflection for Advent in which he exhorts us to remember the mission of the Church and how we participate in that mission. ...read more
Preparing for Christmas in this season of Advent, Deacon Pedro looks at three very important questions: How do we learn about, live, and share our faith? ...read more