Opinion

Bishop Strickland Changes the Game

On Friday, history unfolded as Bishop Joseph Strickland addressed the crowd at the CPAC Ronald Reagan Dinner in the nation’s capital. Now the world of conservative politics is being transformed.

February: a President and a Pope

The reigns of Ronald Reagan and Pope Benedict XVI resemble one another because both presided over periods of “Restoration” and were followed by a further fall.

JFK’s Other Assassination

Ngo Dinh Diem, the first President of South Vietnam, and JFK were both Catholics, though Catholics of very different persuasions.

Renouncing the “High-Value Man”

It is true that we desperately need good men. Masculinity is a good and necessary gift from God. But we need masculine men, not “high-value men.”

The Imperiled Palestinian Christians

Though reports indicate an alarmingly indiscriminate approach by Israeli Defense Forces, a presenting pattern of Christian targets is suggestive that Christian sites are actually being targeted by Israeli forces.

Our Unhappy Youth

Many young people appear to have fallen into the most antihuman way of life that any civilization has ever settled into.

Arm Wrestling the World for God

The solution to the Church’s distress lies right before us. Will spiritual leaders and laity choose to see it—or reject it because of the cost?

Courage at What Cost?

What is it about our bishops that keeps them so supine? Are there not any around willing to talk back to Rome?

Against Adopting a Medieval-Peasant Mindset

I aver that the medieval peasant mindset, much like its Bronze Age predecessor, is one of the new crop of meme ideologies that have so aggressively multiplied in cyberspace over the past few years.

The False Christ of The Chosen

Just when we thought we had blessedly stamped out the cartoon, CCD “Jesus,” a newer, slicker incarnation of this caricature has seeped back into the Catholic Church in the form of “The Chosen”.

Facing the Peril of Docetism

At the heart of the Docetist denial is horror at the prospect of God—a purely spiritual being, untouched by the material world in any way—actually becoming one of us.

Letter to the American Church

The movie “Letter to the American Church” is a ringing call to Christian pastors and bishops to speak up before the window closes, as it did in Germany in the 1930s.

Western Civilization Lives

We are the inheritors of the most profound culture the world has ever known, and not even the modern barbarians can destroy it.

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