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Can Thomism Save Science?

No longer capable of the clear perception of order, goodness, and intelligibility, our culture has reduced morality to relativism, a utilitarian calculus devoid of true…

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The News You May Have Missed: April 2021

Cough Crime... Can o’ Corona... Rethinking Her Ink... Roller Squad... Hard to Stomach... Mystery of the Mad Man... and more

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Last Things: March 2021

Politics gives us a lovely way to externalize our virtue. Or so we feel. The world encourages us to see our votes as acts in…

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Fed. court upholds Ohio Down-syndrome abortion ban

Circuit split on issue raises odds of Supreme Court case

‘Vaccine passports’ draw debate over necessity, ethics

Harvard Med prof: Passports harm effort to build trust

Chinese province closes nuns’ orphanage for disabled

Due to its origins and the ban on evangelization of minors

Ohio: Auxiliary bishop who resigned is named pastor

He mishandled case of priest about to go on trial for rape

Scholar encourages Catholics to resist Equality Act

Anderson warns schools, shelters, charities, hospitals

120 U.S. CEOs meet over influencing voting legislation

Move implies economic punishment of non-'woke' states

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Fed. court upholds Ohio Down-syndrome abortion ban

Circuit split on issue raises odds of Supreme Court case

‘Vaccine passports’ draw debate over necessity, ethics

Harvard Med prof: Passports harm effort to build trust

Chinese province closes nuns’ orphanage for disabled

Due to its origins and the ban on evangelization of minors

Ohio: Auxiliary bishop who resigned is named pastor

He mishandled case of priest about to go on trial for rape

Scholar encourages Catholics to resist Equality Act

Anderson warns schools, shelters, charities, hospitals

120 U.S. CEOs meet over influencing voting legislation

Move implies economic punishment of non-'woke' states

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Capital Punishment & the Death Penalty

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Rampant Loneliness

By Richard DellOrfano
April 13th 2021 2:48 PM

On the first warm day of spring, some vagrants came out of their nooks and hideaways to congregate in the local park for fellowship. Several…

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Thomistic Howlers?

By James Hanink
April 12th 2021 1:10 PM

Some years ago a Jesuit, and yet a friend, warned me of “Thomistic howlers.” That is to say, sometimes, though rarely, St. Thomas Aquinas --…

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Recent Decrees on Holiness - Part XXXIV

By James Thunder
April 8th 2021 1:07 PM

Over twenty blog posts ago I noted that during the 40 years from 1978 to 2018, 1,419 individuals were canonized and 1,249 of these were…

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Kindred Spirits, Fellow Victors... The Pope as Playwright... Neither East nor West: On the Pope's Radical New Encyclical...

St. John Henry Cardinal Newman

The Two Worlds of John Henry Newman… Newman's Advice to Anglo-Catholics… Newman’s Prophetic Challenge to Clericalism…

Dorothy Day & the Catholic Worker

No Catholic Church, No Dorothy Day… The Catholic Worker: Is It Still Catholic?... The Gentle Catholic Radicalism of Peter Maurin… more

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Fragmented Lives of Incomplete Reckoning... Tyranny of the Perverse Will... From the Grotesque to Love... Flannery O’Connor: And Her Own Received Her Not... and more

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Front & Center

Can Thomism Save Science?

No longer capable of the clear perception of order, goodness, and intelligibility, our culture has reduced morality to relativism, a utilitarian calculus devoid of true…

READ ARTICLE
The News You May Have Missed: April 2021

Cough Crime... Can o’ Corona... Rethinking Her Ink... Roller Squad... Hard to Stomach... Mystery of the Mad Man... and more

READ ARTICLE
Last Things: March 2021

Politics gives us a lovely way to externalize our virtue. Or so we feel. The world encourages us to see our votes as acts in…

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In The News

MORNING MUST-READS
Fed. court upholds Ohio Down-syndrome abortion ban

Circuit split on issue raises odds of Supreme Court case

‘Vaccine passports’ draw debate over necessity, ethics

Harvard Med prof: Passports harm effort to build trust

Chinese province closes nuns’ orphanage for disabled

Due to its origins and the ban on evangelization of minors

Ohio: Auxiliary bishop who resigned is named pastor

He mishandled case of priest about to go on trial for rape

Scholar encourages Catholics to resist Equality Act

Anderson warns schools, shelters, charities, hospitals

120 U.S. CEOs meet over influencing voting legislation

Move implies economic punishment of non-'woke' states

VIEW ARCHIVE
Fed. court upholds Ohio Down-syndrome abortion ban

Circuit split on issue raises odds of Supreme Court case

‘Vaccine passports’ draw debate over necessity, ethics

Harvard Med prof: Passports harm effort to build trust

Chinese province closes nuns’ orphanage for disabled

Due to its origins and the ban on evangelization of minors

Ohio: Auxiliary bishop who resigned is named pastor

He mishandled case of priest about to go on trial for rape

Scholar encourages Catholics to resist Equality Act

Anderson warns schools, shelters, charities, hospitals

120 U.S. CEOs meet over influencing voting legislation

Move implies economic punishment of non-'woke' states

VIEW ARCHIVE

The Narthex

The New Oxford Blog

Rampant Loneliness

April 13th 2021 2:48 PM

On the first warm day of spring, some vagrants came out of their nooks and hideaways to congregate in the…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

Thomistic Howlers?

April 12th 2021 1:10 PM

Some years ago a Jesuit, and yet a friend, warned me of “Thomistic howlers.” That is to say, sometimes, though…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

Recent Decrees on Holiness - Part XXXIV

April 8th 2021 1:07 PM

Over twenty blog posts ago I noted that during the 40 years from 1978 to 2018, 1,419 individuals were canonized…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST
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From the NOR Dossiers
Capital Punishment & the Death Penalty

Is There a Biblical Basis for Capital Punishment?... Sister Prejean's Lack of Credibility… Vengeance Is NOT Mine, Says "the Lord"… more

VIEW DOSSIER
Political Correctness

The Unbearable Whiteness of Being... The Fraudsters of Islamophobia... Don't Call It 'Adultery,' Call It 'Loving More'... and more

VIEW DOSSIER
Wacky Theologians

Reverend Mother Libertine... A Legacy of Dissent... The Hydra of Heterodoxy... Idiocy Undisturbed... and more

VIEW DOSSIER

Stand up and defend your faith.

Culture is shifting, but you can count on The New Oxford Review for an unwavering Catholic point of view. The message of the Church is easily muddled in today’s increasingly hostile, secular culture. We understand what’s coming at you, and we have articles and resources to help you defend your faith and grow in your understanding of Catholic teachings.

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