Essay

Witnesses to the Light

February 2, 2019 David Paul Deavel 3

Happy Candlemas! Now, and only now, is the feast of Christmas complete. While many on the standard secular/Protestant calendar think it was complete on December 26 or whenever the last relative has been celebrated with, […]

Essay

The Avuncular Episcopacy

January 30, 2019 Nicholas Senz 13

By now we’re all familiar with “Uncle Ted,” the nickname Archbishop Theodore McCarrick gave himself. We now know of the sinister association that epithet had—McCarrick would refer to the priests and seminarians who were the […]

Books

Lament for the Liturgy

January 27, 2019 Conor Dugan 60

Fifty years ago this April, Pope St. Paul VI issued the Apostolic Constitution, Missale Romanum, which promulgated the Novus Ordo Missae, the New Rite of the Roman Mass. The Novus Ordo went into effect the […]

Essay

Defining Dehumanization Up

January 26, 2019 Dr. Mark Latkovic 12

Famously, after the atrocities perpetrated by the Nazis during World War II, the world spoke the words, “Never Again.” In the years since, however, you have to wonder how seriously we have taken those words. […]