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What’s going on here

It’s a question on the mind of many a caller to NCCL, looking for help in the current crisis.

“What does NCCL do, anyway?”

It reminds of an amusing story one of the apostolate’s co-founders, Dr. William (more…)

Richard J. Lloyd, requiescat in pace – A brief tribute to a long-suffering servant of God

rjl_at_home_dining_room_table_summer_1994Read a short obituary of Dick Lloyd, here.

The origins of NCCL trace back to the mid 1970s when (more…)

Good John Blewett, requiescat in pace

It is with deep sadness that the Directors and Founders of NCCL have received word and now convey with profound respect the news of (more…)

The passing of His Excellency, Bishop Roman Danylak – NCCL’s Episcopal Advisor

It is with profound sorrow that the Directors & Friends of the National Coalition apostolate note the passing of His Lordship (Vladiko) Roman Danylak, former Eparch (Bishop) of Toronto for the Kievan (aka “Ukrainian”) Catholics. (more…)

Passing of a noble lady-soldier

It is with deep regret & sorrow that we announce to friends of the NCCL apostolate the transitus Friday, July 20, of a steadfast fighter for Faith & Church, Mrs. Mary M. (Patchak) Schrader, R.N., of Timonium, Maryland.

“Frodo Versus Robespierre” by Joseph Pearce – on a new independent film by Navis Pictures, The War of the Vendée

“If a thing is worth doing at all, it’s worth doing badly”, once said G. K. Chesterton. And now Joseph Pearce, about an astoundingly simple new independent film.

“This paradoxical witticism of Chesterton [continues Pearce] was on my mind as I sat down to watch The War of the Vendée, a new film about the forgotten martyrs of the French Revolution.” (more…)

Say what!? – Holy See’s Nuncio to U.N. defends home-schooling

His Excellency, The Most Reverend Francis A. Chullikatt, Titular Archbishop of Ostra, Apostolic Nuncio and Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations has yesterday (more…)

How not to lose sight of the goal

As the year commences, let us look back a moment in order to look ahead together in Christian hope. (more…)