Defying the Law of Gravity

Recollection, silence, and isolation have always been distinctive characteristics of the Carthusian Order, founded by Saint Bruno in the eleventh century. A modern man would view the Carthusians as antiquated souls, lacking impulse, vitality, or any other type of dynamism. … Continue reading

Confession, the Sacrament of Divine Mercy

To better understand the great spiritual treasure contained in the Sacrament of Penance or Confession, let us turn the clock back two thousand years to Palestine, to a scene in the public life of Our Lord Jesus Christ. The majesty … Continue reading

The Castle of Valençay

Lordship,  Power,  Grandeur  and  Splendor The first impression of this castle, located in the Loire Valley, France, is one of enchantment. How marvelous! It is a collection of towers that rise gallantly in the air indicating lordship, power, grandeur and … Continue reading

Notre Charge Apostolique

Notre Charge Apostolique Our Apostolic Mandate Apostolic Letter of Pope Saint Pius X to the French Episcopate condemning Le Sillon directed by Marc Sangnier Our Apostolic Mandate requires from Us that We watch over the purity of the Faith and … Continue reading

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