Category: Columns

Who Am I?

I am a saint of the late fourth and early fifth century. I am Syrian As a boy I lived the shepherds’ life. At sixteen I entered a mionastery, but was dismissed on account of the fact that my austerities … Continue reading

Saving the Best Wine for Last

This a a very good and insightful little article by Scott Smith, which I post below. It demonstrates that there are hidden depths in all of scripture. I remember many years ago chatting with a Seventh Day Adventist elder in … Continue reading

Who Am I ?

Due to the fact that my mystery guest is so well known, I had to be extra clever with my clues. In fact, reading them, you may easily be led astray, nevertheless, I assure you, when this person is revealed, … Continue reading

Ireland: a Chronology of De-Christianization

This is an updated version of Mr. Doyle’s chronology first published on the site on May 28, 2015, after Ireland’s infamous referendum in support of homosexual pseudo-marriage.  Ireland’s rejection of Divine and Natural Law, and historic civil and criminal law, respecting … Continue reading

Ireland Chooses Death

On Friday, May 25th, the citizens of the Republic of Ireland, in a national referendum, voted by a two to one majority to repeal the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution, which guaranteed the right to life of unborn children … Continue reading

Please Pray for Ireland!

This Friday, May 25th, the Republic of Ireland will hold a national referendum on the proposed repeal of the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution, which guarantees the right to life of the unborn child. A corrupt Irish court, ignoring … Continue reading

Who Am I?

My mystery guest came to my mind while reading the Gospels recently. The problem I had was to provide clues to his identity that were sly enough to disguise it but not so enigmatic that they would totally obscure it. … Continue reading