Daily Archives: December 1, 2014

St. Edmund Campion: feast day 1st December

Jesuit priest and martyr. He was born in London and became an Oxford scholar, winning the regard of Queen Elizabeth. Although raised Catholic, he was ordained as an Anglican deacon. Unsettled by his move away from the Church, he repented, … Continue reading

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Volunteers scale highest peak to reinstate cross of Carrauntoohil

After the dismaying news I read in an excellent article about Ireland’s rampant anti-Catholicism  [yes, I know, unbelievable and very sad for any of us who knew the ‘old Ireland’] and that included the news of the felling of the … Continue reading

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Good times for dogs, not so good for babies. A Reflection on the Perversity of Modern Culture

By: Msgr. Charles Pope In moral decline, both personal and cultural, the problem is not only that we desire what is evil, but that we also stop desiring that which is good and holy. Of the first tendency, pride, greed, … Continue reading

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