"Do not try to please everybody. Try to please God, the angels, and the saints—they are your public."
~St. John Vianney (1786-1859)

How the Rosary Saved Christendom

By Peter Darcy | On Oct 7, 2019 | No Comments

Our Lady defended Christendom when a whole civilization humbled itself before God using the simple prayer of the Rosary. Surely she can bring about any victory for her children who turn to her in their need!

Your Next Indispensable Book for the Culture Wars

By Peter Darcy | On Oct 3, 2019 | No Comments

Imagine Cicero in his study writing out his fiercely-reasoned jeremiads against a decaying Republic, which was rapidly abandoning the ancient virtues that built Roman civilization. His was a heroic attempt to stop his nation’s slide into tyranny and to bring renewal to his culture. As an enlightened pagan writing before the coming of Christ, he had only the Greek and…

Queen of the Archangels

By Peter Darcy | On Sep 29, 2019 | No Comments

September concludes with the feast of those glorious spiritual beings that Christian Tradition acknowledges as the princes of the angelic world: the Archangels. The three named Archangels of Scripture are Michael, Raphael, and Gabriel, and each of those mighty servants of God are under command of a superior spiritual force: their captain, the Mother of God, Mary most holy, the…

Jeffrey Epstein and Hell

By Peter Darcy | On Sep 3, 2019 | No Comments

Famed Holocaust survivor Elie Weisel once quoted a saying from an ancient rabbinical text:  the angels weep whenever a soul is condemned to Hell.  Our Lord seemed to echo that angelic emotion with His agonized sweat in the Garden of Gethsemane on the night before He died. If the angels lament the loss of one soul, how much more does…

Hot Off the Press!

By Peter Darcy | On Aug 30, 2019 | No Comments

Mister Buddy’s Guide to Non-Profit Leadership: Principles for Success in a Charitable World By Peter Darcy “Over a 40 year career in business I read, and was formed by, some of the Masters: Drucker, Peters, Porter, Collins, Lencioni et al. Never, however, have I read a book that better integrated leadership principals, business imperatives, cultural observation, Christian spirituality, and missionary…

The Assumption Releases Us from Worldliness

By Peter Darcy | On Aug 15, 2019 | No Comments

The Mother of Jesus, after assisting the Apostles at the birth of the Church, was released from her mortal life at the Assumption and given a greater ability to help her children from Heaven. Mary’s Assumption provides the spiritual force to undo the many degrading knots of worldliness and helps us become more spiritual people in our daily pilgrimage through…

Drag Queen Masculinity

By Peter Darcy | On Aug 4, 2019 | No Comments

We live in the age of attacks on the very concept of masculinity. I do not wish to overstate the case by inferring that all effeminate male fashions and trends – such as man buns, skinny mom jeans, makeup for men, etc. – represent the death of masculinity. I do not think fashion has that power. Taken as a whole,…

How Many Heisman Trophy Winners Has Abortion Killed?

By Peter Darcy | On Jul 1, 2019 | No Comments

Tim Tebow’s baseball career may have hit a wall this year due to suffering a broken bone in his hand, but he is still one of the most intriguing public figures in modern American life.   He is not giving up, though.  He never gives up on what is most important to him. Tebow has endured more abuse for his openly…

Undoing the Knot of Clerical Scandals

By Peter Darcy | On Jul 1, 2019 | No Comments

The Catholic priesthood is undoubtedly experiencing a profound crisis at this moment. The vast majority of good priests are tainted by the scandals, but Our Lady, Mother of Priests, does not give up hope for them, even though the world and some Catholics do. She can free the clergy of the weight of scandal and bring the priesthood back to…

The Church’s First Novena

By Peter Darcy | On Jun 1, 2019 | No Comments

Ascension Thursday begins what we may call the Church’s first novena. It is the nine-day period between Ascension Thursday and Pentecost Sunday in which the disciples were locked in the Upper Room, united in prayer with Our Lady, and obedient to the Lord’s wishes: “to wait for ‘the promise of the Father’” (Acts 1:4). This novena is like a yearly…

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