Austin Ruse

Austin Ruse is a contributing editor to Crisis Magazine. He is president of the Center for Family and Human Rights in New York and Washington DC. He is the author of several books including, Under Siege: No Finer Time to be a Faithful Catholic (Crisis Publications). He can be reached at [email protected].

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I’ll Be Doing Opus Dei No Matter What

The organization Opus Dei has always had difficulty fitting into the greater structure of the Catholic Church. But the fundamental mission of Opus Dei is still fundamentally the mission of the baptized.

It Is Not About Trump, It’s About Us

The Trump indictments are not about getting rid of Trump. It’s really about getting us, smelly conservatives and Christians, patriots who love this country.

The Problems with Fidelity Month

Organizers of Fidelity Month say its message is inclusive and that everyone can come along, and this is quite obviously true; even the trannies can come along. But sometimes you must draw lines.

Lighting a Candle to Rainbow Zeus

This June, say no. Don’t bow down to the Rainbow Zeus. The rainbow nonsense is not a grassroots thing. It is purely top-down, forced on us by the rich and powerful.

These Memberless Men

Eunuch-hood is now being described as a new gender category, but we should call it what it is, a madness that has seeped from the dark corners of our culture.

The Joy of the Habsburg Legacy

Archduke Eduard Habsburg of Austria could have seen his family legacy as a burden, but instead his family’s past and present give him great joy.

434.25 Books Until I Die

Besides the final disposition of my soul, what is much on my mind is what I should be reading before I one day die.

The Rage of Feral Children

The rise of contraception led to the phenomenon of “feral children” – young people left alone with no one to guide them.

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