Greg Cook

Greg Cook is a writer living with his wife in New York’s North Country. He earned two master’s degrees, including one in public administration from The Evergreen State College. He is the author of two poetry collections: Against the Alchemists, and A Verse Companion to Romano Guardini’s ‘Sacred Signs’.

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A Buyer’s Market in Catholic Real Estate

In recent decades, the decline of the Church has resulted in the closure and sale of a host of Catholic real estate: churches, convents, monasteries, schools, and rectories.

Should Catholics Return to the Land?

Is the Catholic Land Movement a legitimate approach to rediscovering God’s gracious gifts, or is it just another lifestyle choice option for the post-modern-minded?

Theology of the Body vs. Body Mutilations

John Paul II’s TOB was anchored in an anthropology still recognizably rooted in Catholicism, whereas the latest trends in body mutilations seemingly treat the body as a platform,

The Left and the Co-opting of Autism

The world sees autism as a disability or a free pass from norms, when it is actually a gift. The radical Left sees it as an opportunity to tear down when it is actually a weight to train the soul. It can be cursed, or it can be cherished.

A Plea From an American Periphery

Pope Francis wants Catholics to go to the “peripheries,” but have the pope and other Church leaders ignored the American peripheries?

Invest Your Funds Upon This Rock?

A new Vatican document proposes to give guidance for Catholic investors based on Catholic social teaching, but often falls into regurgitating liberal talking points on redistribution and environmental awareness.

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