Casual Blasphemy

I often have days where I am stopped in my tracks by the profound casual irreverence that is so essential to our culture.

True Flesh and True Blood: the Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano

I have to admit that I’m not one to follow miracles. There’s several I have heard of and believe in, but I’ve never really taken the time to investigate many of them. In a recent conversation on Fisheaters forums, the miracle of Lanciano was brought up in a thread about the Sacred Heart.

The Chaplet of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Today I received in the mail my order of a beautiful Chaplet of the Sacred Heart from UniqueRosaryBeads on Etsy (featured image!). And out of excitement for its arrival, I think it’s appropriate to share a few different variations of the chaplet itself.

Modern Ontological Dysphoria

The rotten fruits of a nominalistic view of the universe have ripened in our modern culture. No longer is there a fundamental or universal meaning to an object or creature.

The Flames of Charity: St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

The devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus was primarily a private devotion, hidden away among the cloisters of Europe throughout much of the Church’s history. It was not until the 17th Century that the devotion was revealed to the world through the efforts and sufferings of a humble sister of the Order of the Visitation of Mary in Paray-le-Monial in France.

About me

Welcome to my blog, here’s a short bio of myself and how I came to be a devotee to the Sacred Heart.