Interview: Fr. Onoda – Tradition and the History of Catholicism in Japan

We spoke with Fr. Thomas Onoda earlier in the Spring, just after the Society of Saint Pius X officially opened its first priory in Japan, after having served it for many years from other locations, like Singapore. The Stella Matutina Priory, overseen by Fr. Onoda, is a sign that slowly but surely, Tradition is taking […]

Poland Sabotaged by EU, Russia

WARSAW, Poland ( – While Polish troops are valiantly defending Poland’s eastern border with Belarus from violent surges of migrants, its powerful neighbors are playing dangerous political games threatening Poland’s sovereignty — again. Leadership at the European Union sent this week 700,000 euros (almost $800,000) to Belarus, ostensibly for humanitarian aid for migrants at the Polish border. European Union commissioner for […]

Ann’s Visit to the Big Apple

A little girl named Ann and her father, both non-Catholics, were touring New York City. Ann was very interested in visiting different kinds of churches, so her father took her into a non-Catholic church where they admired the organ, stained glass windows and the intricately hand-carved pulpit. The tabernacle Then they went into a Catholic church, and the first […]