Peter Stockland

Peter Stockland

Peter Stockland is the publisher of The Catholic Register.

The scene had a loopy, feckless, cosplay pathos about it. Then I discerned the menace. I came face-to-face not with the dictatorship of the proletariat, but with the dictates of the phone-atariat.

A former Israeli prime minister is issuing a stark warning to Canadians that Hamas-style terror tactics will spread to North America unless the Jewish State achieves its goals in Gaza.

At the Easter signing of a Sacred Covenant between the Kamloops First Nation and two Catholic bishops, Vancouver Archbishop Michael Miller quoted former Chief Manny Jules: “One cannot reconcile without the other.”

What is the difference between a traveller and a pilgrim?

I alternate my Sunday Mass going equally between a Traditional Latin Mass church in downtown Montreal and a boisterous French-speaking Novus Ordo parish on the West Island.

Calgary’s emeritus Bishop Fred Henry has been named one of the world’s “Top 10 people of 2023” by Inside the Vatican magazine for challenging the consensus on graves at former Indian residential schools.

Earlier this February, the sovereigns of social media were summoned to Washington, D.C., for what the wise woman of American mainstream media, Peggy Noonan, described in her column as a ritual denunciation and show of outrage by the U.S. Senate’s judiciary committee.

‘The last piece of the puzzle’ marks the 6,000 fleeing famine only to be buried in Canada’s largest mass grave

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau clearly hit the nail on the Nazi head if, as reported, he imposed omerta on his caucus during one of the greatest humiliations in Canadian Parliamentary history.

The last week of September felt like a time to be remembered for Catholic journalism in Canada.