Rosica and millions

Based on his letter criticizing The Catholic Register article about Fr. Tom Rosica, which was welcomed by so many, it is obvious Lou Iacobelli is not open to listening to views discussed at the Synod, that is views other than his own.

Editorial: Charity instilled in Catholic hearts

Through the spring and fall of 2023, The Catholic Register and our partners at The B.C. Catholic, Catholic Conscience and the Religion & Journalism Project taught on-line classes in Catholic journalism.

Verbatim: The Gospel according to Luke

In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world. And everyone went to their own town to register.

  • December 14, 2023

Presence of indifference reveals failure to love

Recently, I have been thinking about indifference, which seems to me to be the defining attitude of our times. At least, I thought of indifference as an attitude. Then I was asked to reflect on a statement by St. Teresa of Kolkata which included these words: “The greatest evil in the world is the lack of love, the terrible indifference towards one’s neighbour.”

Turning Vatican II into Modernist heresy

You might be a Modernist and not even know it. I was. Well, a quasi-Modernist at least. I’m talking here about the official heresy of Modernism, not the cultural and artistic movement. There is also the “Modern Era” (lasting roughly from 1500 to 1945). We are in the Postmodern or Post-Postmodern Era now, philosophically speaking.

Violence feeds longing for the Prince of Peace

Advent is the time of waiting and preparation for the coming of Jesus. This Avent I await the Prince of Peace. I roll the words over my tongue and in my mind daily — the Prince of Peace. How we long for you in these days! 

Pride goes before all our follies

Is our freedom absolute? If God is perfectly free, and we bear His image and likeness, are we not then perfectly free?

Preserve our saints

Regarding Quinton Amundson’s article on the book Persecuted Within, and further to the editor’s comment to the Nov. 26 Letter of the Week, I was shocked that our Catholic paper would include such content.

Editorial: Culturally safe for who?

In Health Canada’s latest voluminous annual report on Canadian MAiD’s “evolution” to world-leading status, the minister in charge highlights Ottawa’s commitment to “culturally safe” medicalized killing of Indigenous peoples.

Verbatim: The Canadian Human Rights Commission insists it has never called Christmas racist

The Canadian Human Rights Commission insists it has never called Christmas racist.

  • December 7, 2023

Why Rosica?

Why would The Catholic Register publish the article “Changing journey along synodal path” about Fr. Tom Rosica’s views on the October Synod of Bishops?