Monthly Archives: December 2013

This Christmas …

  This Christmas day, Kim and I had intended to post rather more. But it’s not worked out that way. And now, rather than actively blog, Kim and I need to retreat for a little bit. For year upon year, we find that these next twelve days are filled with incredible potential in terms of […]

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The Joy of Confession and Absolution

The Sacrament of Confession is a joy to feel. Absolution brings such strength and clarity …

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The Song of Secular ‘Tolerance’

There is a song, a dream of secular tolerance and political correctness. But here is why the song of secular ‘tolerance‘ is, in reality, highly intolerant …

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Prayers and Devotions to the Divine Infant Jesus of Prague

After considering the origins and history of the tradition of devotion to the Divine Infant of Prague, we offer a selections of prayers including a Novena and the Litany of the Miraculous Infant.

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On Devotion to the Divine Infant of Prague

Reflections on the devotion to the Divine Infant of Prague, with an account of the origins and history of the Catholic tradition of the Child Jesus, Infant King.

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Meditations on the Tarot and the Vatican

An exploration of the surprising links between Valentin Tomberg’s Meditations on the Tarot and the Vatican of St. John Paul II and Benedict XVI. (And more, including the New Age movement.)

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Google and Me: An SEO Appeal

  Dear Readers of our Website, I want to make an appeal to you for help regarding our SEO. SEO, just in case you don’t know, stands for Search Engine Optimisation. In other words, SEO means gearing websites (by a variety of means) so that they are most easily findable or discoverable by search engines […]

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Feast of the Immaculate Conception

On the Feast of the Immaculate Conception it is fitting to recall the reasons we venerate Our Lady, the Blessed Virgin Mary.

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Dom Prosper Guéranger and the Catholic Counter Revolution

Gary Potter provides a rich, evocative and important sketch of both Dom Prosper Guéranger and the Catholic Counter Revolution in which he was situated in Nineteenth Century France.

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Brighton Rock by Graham Greene (Review)

Reflections on the first of Graham Greene’s Catholic novels – Brighton Rock from 1938.

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