God’s Pursuit of Fr. Walter Ciszek, S.J….and Each of Us

I suspect every person—at one point in his life or another—has a moment when he reflects on where he’s been, where he is, and muses at where he might be going. Similarly, I suspect that each person also has a moment where he reflects (or even agonizes) on what might have been if another path […]

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Happy Feast Day!

Collect from Today’s Mass: O God, who adorned the Bishop Saint Robert Bellarmine with wonderful learning and virtue to vindicate the faith of your Church, grant, through his intercession, that in the integrity of that same faith your people may always find joy. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with […]

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Reasons to Pay Attention to Solzhenitsyn, Mindszenty, and Ciszek

The excellent Catholic blog Rorate Caeli has a piece on the 4th anniversary of the death of Alexandr Solzhenitsyn. The author of the piece takes the opportunity to praise Solzhenitsyn and others within the Soviet Union for their heroism in standing up to the godless Communist regime. Similarly, he takes to task the Fathers of the Second […]

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THE WANDERER FORUM FOUNDATION IS NOW THE BELLARMINE FORUM

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Dear Supporters, Friends, and Allies for the Truth, We have changed our name from The Wanderer Forum Foundation to The Bellarmine Forum. Our publishing name remains The Wanderer Forum Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit corporation founded in 1965 to advance the teachings of the Catholic Church. Among the efforts the Wanderer Forum Foundation has encouraged over […]

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Fr. Walter J. Ciszek, S.J. Day

Today is Fr. Walter J. Ciszek, S.J. Day in Shenandoah, PA. St. Casimir’s, the boyhood parish of Fr. Ciszek hosts this annual day to pray for his Cause of Canonization. In typical good Polish style, there is Mass, a hearty meal, and a social afterwards. Why should we pray for Fr. Ciszek’s canonization? G.K. Chesterton once commented: The saint […]

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