What makes you Catholic?

What does it mean to be a Catholic? The realities of the Church in the world today make it unfortunately quite complicated to answer this question.

‘Christ is king’

The Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl winning field goal kicker has been perma-labelled  “him with his foot in his mouth” for his recent commencement address to a Catholic college.

Verbatim: A message from Pope Francis on the inaugural World Children’s Day in Rome

A message from Pope Francis on the inaugural World Children’s Day in Rome, May 25 2024.

  • May 31, 2024

Hand it out, they will come

Regarding The Catholic Register’s May 25 news story and editorial on drug decriminalization, a key concept in the field of substance-related public policy is availability, which refers to the overall ease with which a given substance can be obtained.

Lara’s spirit walks on

Throughout the month of May, we have been responding to the call from Palestinian Christians to pray and walk in solidarity with them by making a “Ceasefire Pilgrimage” for peace. The idea is that people walk 42 km, either on their own or in combination with others, the distance it takes to traverse the entire length of Gaza. It is an ecumenical effort coordinated in Canada by KAIROS.

Sanity prevails with ‘no’ to drugs

When even the Trudeau government just says ‘no’ to drug decriminalization, it’s clear the push to flood addicts’ bodies and urban life with stupefying  toxins has gone too far.

Christ’s face defeats anti-God Communists

Do you feel helpless in the face of spreading global Communism? Fear not, Our Lord has already given us a spiritual gift to defeat Communism’s anti-God and therefore anti-human evils. This gift is His own Sacred Face. 

Message from Pope Francis to the International Conference on Sport and Spirituality

The message “Putting life into play” from Pope Francis to the International Conference on Sport and Spirituality held in Rome May 16-18.

  • May 23, 2024

Literature for travelling reconciliation’s long road

Reconciliation between Indigenous peoples and entities of the Catholic Church will be a long road to travel. Dr. Natasha Duquette has taken some steps along this road by recently offering an academic course called Indigenous Writers of North America.

18 candles light the Church on the Street

Anniversaries are for reminiscing, and “The Church on the Street” reached its 18th anniversary this month. 

The heresy of declaring holy war

Patriarch Kirill of the Russian Orthodox Church is espousing heresy. His views are heretical because he has enlisted God in a campaign of violence, declaring that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a holy war.