Deacon Keith Fournier

I am what is often called a ‘revert” to the Catholic Church. Though raised as a Catholic, I fell away from the practice of the ancient faith when... (Read more)
During the Octave (eight days) of Christmas we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Family. The significance of the feast unfolds when we come to... (Read more)
New Year's Eve celebrations are staggered around the globe due to the different time zones, but we all have this in common, no matter where we... (Read more)
On June 19, 2017, Canada amended its Human Rights Act to protect “gender identity or expression.” On August 31, 2017, the nation took the... (Read more)

A new coalition for Christian orthodoxy

By Deacon Keith Fournier

There is a fierce struggle for Christian orthodoxy in the Catholic Church. It could have dire consequences for all Christians. It should prompt a... (Read more)
Our Catholic liturgical year follows a rhythmic cycle which points us toward beginnings and ends. In doing so, it emphasizes an important truth... (Read more)
Honoring those who have died in service to the Nation on Memorial Day is a uniquely American custom. There are numerous cities which claim they... (Read more)
On the centennial of the Apparition of Mary, the Mother of the Lord, to the children of Fatima, Pope Francis spoke from a pastor’s heart to... (Read more)
The Second Sunday of Easter is Divine Mercy Sunday in the Roman Liturgical Calendar. The Gospel for the Liturgy (John 20: 19-31) recounts one of... (Read more)
Last Saturday I served the Easter Vigil at my parish in Chesapeake, Virginia. As we began, the new flame, representing the Light of Jesus Christ,... (Read more)

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