Addressing the Interrupted Class of 2024

Addressing the Interrupted Class of 2024

One thing that characterizes the Class of 2024 is that it has suffered from continual interruptions. Big interruptions, small interruptions, cultural interruptions, and i-interruptions seemed to conspire to deprive this class of the constancy that others enjoyed. Several such interruptions come to mind. Order Today: Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic … Read more

How the Emergence of the Home Chapel Fills a Spiritual Void

How the Emergence of the Home Chapel Fills a Spiritual Void

What do you get for the homeowner who has everything? In today’s materialist world, the answer is to look for something new and trendy. The market is full of new gadgets and home improvements to maximize comfort and convenience. Order Today: Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society—Where We’ve Been, … Read more

Pope Francis Wishes Hell Were Empty

“Remember thy last end, and thou shalt never sin.” This good counsel from Holy Scripture (Ecclus. 7:36) is especially relevant today with the loss of the love of God and the sense of sin. Unfortunately, one cause of this loss is that the faithful rarely hear from the pulpit anymore about the last end. Church … Read more

How Modern Psychology Contributes to the Mental Health Crisis

How Modern Psychology Contributes to the Mental Health Crisis

America is being overwhelmed with a public health crisis. This is evidenced in rising levels of anxiety, depression, isolation, drug addiction, suicide and other psychological disorders, not to mention the deviations of homosexuality and transgenderism, which modern psychology largely fosters. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the crisis, with a notable impact on the elderly and young, … Read more

The Tears of Don Bosco and the Hour of Truth

The Tears of Don Bosco and the Hour of Truth

Among the thousands of travelers who crowd the Termini station in Rome every day, some stop by the nearby Basilica of the Sacred Heart on Via Marsala. The church was commissioned by Pius IX, who laid the foundation stone of the new building in 1870, but due to the annexation of Rome to the Kingdom … Read more

How Handel’s Messiah Helps Us Fight the “Cult of Ugliness”

How Handel’s Messiah Helps Us Fight the “Cult of Ugliness”

Today’s modern culture presents so many things that are as ugly as sin, whether it be architecture, dress, music, culture, morals or other fields. This “cult of ugliness” targets God directly, who is beauty itself.   Everything beautiful in the world reflects an aspect of God, and everything ugly displays an aspect of the devil. … Read more

Can Godless Leaders Represent the Godly?

Can Godless Leaders Represent the Godly?

Recent elections in Holland, Sweden, Italy and Argentina have given victories to a new type of conservative leader based on a faulty premise. Some Christians hold the only way to fight against godless and immoral times is with godless leaders who practice no established religion and follow no set rules. Only these outside mavericks who … Read more