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Sick New World

This past Saturday was the New Hampshire state March for Life in, Concord. Every year, this procession — organized by New Hampshire Right to Life — wends its way from the State House to the Church of Saint John the … Continue reading

Guns in the Wrong Hands

In real time these lines are being written three weeks before Donald Trump is due to be sworn in as President of the United States. I’m praying that he survives until his inauguration and then afterward. Survives? Of all I’ve … Continue reading

The Twelve Days of Christmas

The twelve days of Christmas take us from the Nativity to the Epiphany. The first to adore the Christ Child were His Mother and Saint Joseph. After them and with them, although unseen, were the angels: Let all the angels … Continue reading

The “Threat” of Populism

Following the Brexit vote in the U.K. in June and Donald Trump’s unexpected election victory mainstream media have been filled with reports about a wave of populism that supposedly threatens to wash right across the formerly Christian and now liberal … Continue reading

Some Doubted

Holy scripture is replete with challenges. Many times in the Gospels Our Lord lays down commandments that are calling each of us to rise above nature and do the seemingly impossible: “Pray always,” “Be ye perfect,” “Love your enemies,” or … Continue reading

“The Time Has Not Come”

Although these lines won’t reach readers until after the event, in real time they are written prior to the November 8 presidential election. The voting won’t affect what is said because neither of the major-party candidates, not the one who … Continue reading