I would rather die of passion than of boredom.
~Vincent van Gogh

The Man Who Stepped Out of Line

By Peter Darcy | On Aug 14, 2015 | No Comments

By Peter Darcy In this post-feminist age where men are still learning remedial masculinity, we have a model of heroic manhood which we would do well to emulate. In the early twentieth century Poland gave us that manly priest, John Paul II, but also his hero, Maximilian Kolbe, priest, missionary, spiritual father and martyr of brotherly love. St. Maximilian’s feast…

The Triumph of Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart – One Heart at a Time

By Peter Darcy | On May 13, 2015 | No Comments

By Peter Darcy People sometimes ask me what they can do to counter the negative effects of our decadent society. My answer is always the same two things: be truly Catholic and be Marian. This is the formula for transforming our world, and when these commitments are fully in place, everything else follows. There are many ways to be a…

Misericordia: A Meditation on the Shroud of Turin

By Peter Darcy | On Mar 3, 2015 | No Comments

By Peter Darcy Face of misery, face of pain, Man of sorrows, loss, and strain. What comfort shall I offer You Whose life is torn and piercéd through? Hands of charity, hands of toil, Harsh nails Your works of goodness spoil. Where shall my weak hands learn the art Of generous love Your hands impart? Feet of pilgrim, feet of…