The Persecution of Professor Esolen+

Catholic higher education is uniquely positioned to do something about these twinned problems of historical amnesia and political-cultural corruption.

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The end of an era, the interment of an event+

The Al Smith Dinner has become the Al Smith Embarrassment. It’s time to give thanks for what it once did – and then give it a decent burial.

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Speaking of “deplorables”….+

The Republic is in deep trouble.

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The Vatican, China and evangelical prudence+

Recent remarks by the Vatican’s Secretary of State have fueled speculation about a possible exchange of diplomatic representation between the Holy See and the People’s Republic of China.

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Catholicism’s empty quarter+

Québec, a flourishing Catholic region for centuries, is now Catholicism’s empty quarter in the Western Hemisphere.

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On not settling for mediocrity+

The Catholic Difference by George Weigel

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There are not “two popes”+

Whatever else a “pope emeritus” may be, he is emphatically not “the pope.”

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Intolerance and evangelization+

Is there no courage to be different left on the Catholic left?

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Now what?+

If the political culture is sick, that must have something to do with the state of the culture as a whole.

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Good Catholics, good citizens+

The Church ought to be free to be herself for her sake, for the sake of the faithful, and for the sake of the common good.

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