Why Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

“Something there is that doesn’t love a wall,” wrote poet Robert Frost. In the opening line to his famous poem, “Mending Wall,” Frost explores one of the mysteries of fallen human nature. Everyone feels both a need and aversion for … Continue reading

The Return of the Druids in Ireland

The abortion referendum in Ireland is over, and many are devastated by the tragic outcome. Some now conclude that Ireland has surrendered to the secular European agenda. It has lost its Catholic identity. The progressives are now giddy with joy … Continue reading

Message to Graduates in 2018: Graduate

It is that time of the year again when students graduate from their high schools and colleges. The graduation ceremony is a rite of passage that is so much a part of our tradition. Commencement speakers call upon graduates to … Continue reading

Why Is Socialism Still Popular?

If ever there was a set of ideas that has been tried and found lacking, it is socialism. It has been tried on every continent. It has been tried in weak nations and strong. It has been tried in primitive … Continue reading

The Plight of “Modernists Without Faith”

The liberal order that has long sustained modernity is crumbling. It is no secret. Society is coming apart and fragmenting. People are concerned about the future. At the same time, postmodernity and its politically correct culture is becoming ever more … Continue reading

85 Rosary Rallies to Stop Abortion in Ireland

From May 11-13, eighty-five public Rosary Rallies are being held across Ireland for the protection of the unborn, announced Irish Society for Christian Civilisation. “We are hoping to encourage and keep the pro-life people motivated with these Rosary Rallies,” said … Continue reading

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