Letter to the Editor: May 2018
Who Will Outlast Whom?... A Hopeless Proposition... Welcome to Your "Wow" Moment... Misguided Attempts to Undo the Indelible Past... So Much More to the Story... and moreREAD ARTICLE
The News You May Have Missed
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Thy Rods of Iron, They Comfort Me... Got It Bad, I've Been Shot by Teacher... Driverless Crime... Cold Contempt... Gym Jesus... Wal-Marriage... The Sexual Revolution at Disney... and moreREAD ARTICLE
New Oxford Notes: May 2018
Losing Our Religion... The New Hate Speech: Catholic Teaching at a Catholic CollegeREAD ARTICLE
Religious Rebirth in the Black Mountains
A Montenegrin national census asked about religious affiliation. Seventy-two percent answered Orthodox, 3.5 percent Catholic, and 19 percent Muslim.READ ARTICLE
From a Witness in Bangkok to a Near Martyr in Karachi
When we resist the demands of militant Islam, we are met not with pluralist-themed discussions or congenial tolerance but violence.READ ARTICLE
Are Islam & Democracy Compatible?
Allah's laws and actions do not have to be reasonable; they simply have to be obeyed. Religious obligation flows not from reason or moral philosophy but from sharia law.READ ARTICLE
Why Are Things the Way They Are?
Philosophy is the quest for a knowledge of the whole. It is this knowledge that completes each of us and points us to the reality from which and in which we live.READ ARTICLE
Why Is the European Union Bullying Poland & Hungary?
Rather than fix what is broken, the EU intimidates member states to fix what they are told to fix.READ ARTICLE
Kindred Spirits, Fellow Victors
A review of A Pope and a President: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and the Extraordinary Untold Story of the 20th CenturyREAD ARTICLE
Untiring Sentinels of the Coming Kingdom
A review of Report from Calabria: A Season with the Carthusian MonksREAD ARTICLE
Briefly: May 2018
The Ethics of the New Eugenics... Theo-Poetics: Hans Urs von Balthasar and the Risk of Art and BeingREAD ARTICLE
"Catholicism's Intellectual Prizefighter!"
- Karl Keating