This article was written by Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira. I do not understand how men of the Church today, including some of the most cultured, learned, and illustrious, mythicize the figure of Luther, the heresiarch, in their zeal to favor an ecumenical rapprochement directly with Protestantism and indirectly with all the religions, schools of philosophy, and … More Luther Thought He Was Divine!
This article was written by Mons Paul C Vella. Monsignor Vella is the Chaplain of the Cloistered Benedictine Nuns in Imdina. Fr Paul is a Conventual Chaplain of the Order of Malta. For us Maltese, this date is very particular and has a very particular significance, not only as regard the fact that as Catholics we honour … More The 8th of September
This article was written by Br. Bartholomew Calvano, O.P. a student brother of the St. Joseph Province of the Order of Preachers. “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” – Edmund Burke Why do we do nothing? Why do we see evil and stay silent? In part, … More Damning Silence
This article was written by Zak Portelli. When the Roman Empire began to accept Christianity, society began to see great changes. Slaves begun to be respected as human beings, babies could no longer be thrown out onto the street simply because their father did not want them, the rich were no longer valued more than … More The Generation that shouts: “God is Dead.”
Written by then Cardinal Ratzinger in his book “Jesus of Nazareth”. Let us turn now to the text of the Transfiguration narrative itself. There we are told that Jesus took Peter, James, and John and led them up onto a high mountain by themselves. (Mark 9:2) We will come across these three again on the … More The Transfiguration
This homily was written by St Peter Chrysologus, Bishop and Doctor of the Church. When God saw the world falling to ruin because of fear, he immediately acted to call it back to himself with love. He invited it by his grace, preserved it by his love, and embraced it with compassion. When the earth had … More Love desires to see God
This article appeared in the Catholic Exchange, written by STEPHANIE A. MANN. Although the French Revolution’s ideals of Liberty, Equality, and Brotherhood (Liberté, égalité, fraternité) seem laudable, in practice they were combined with a program of dechristianization. The revolutionaries were acting on the Enlightenment philosophes’ verbal attacks on the Catholic Church, regarding it as an ally of … More The Counter Revolution of 1793
This article was written by Zak Portelli Malta is hosting the Isle of MTV concert, this is done in collaboration with the MTA, G7 and MTV itself. At first glance this all seems to be an event of innocent fun, but there is something far more intrinsically wrong with this event. Let us say the … More Isle of MTV or Island of St Paul?
Devotion to the Sacred Heart When one starts to write about such a devotion, the first word that jumps out of the page is “heart”. The heart is, above all, the emblem of love. However, being directed to the loving Heart of Jesus, it naturally encounters whatever in Jesus is connected with this love. Now, … More Sacred Heart of Jesus
This article was written by Mons Paul C Vella. Monsignor Vella is a Judge in the Maltese Archdiocese’s Tribunal, he is also the Chaplain of the Cloistered Benedictine Nuns in Imdina. Fr Paul is a Conventual Chaplain of the Order of Malta. O sacrum convivium! in quo Christus sumitur: recolitur memoria passionis eius: mens impletur gratia: et … More The Holy Eucharist