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2020 November

Letters to the Editor: November 2020

Where Are Today’s Warrior Bishops?... The Darkest Aspect of Theological Insanity... Augustine & Newman... Follow the Science!... Catholic Socialism: A Contradiction... Waiting for My Privilege... Racism & Violence in America

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The News You May Have Missed: November 2020

Divine Intervention... (Bud) Light My Fire... High Above 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue... Lincoln’s Lock... I Left My Heart in Verviers... Come Fly with Me... and more

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On Nurturing Man’s Spiritual Relationship with Technology

SEARCHING FOR WARMTH IN A COLD, MECHANICAL WORLD

Christopher M. Reilly

Technology cannot erase our humanity. We will find a way to live and even flourish in a world saturated with technology.

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The Practical Application of Christian Ethics According to America’s Early College Presidents

REBIRTH OF AMERICA’S SPIRITUAL PSYCHOLOGY — PART I

Lewis M. Andrews

They represented a variety of denominations but expressed a remarkably similar prescription for living spiritually in the wider world.

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Religious Persecution Is Rising. Do Catholics Care?

MANY BELIEVERS HAVE LOOKED AWAY FROM THE INJUSTICE

Pieter Vree

Our struggles in the U.S. are a far cry from the hard persecution that our coreligionists elsewhere in the world face on a routine basis.

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A Davidic Similitude in Pre-Revolutionary China

REVERT'S ROSTRUM

Casey Chalk

All of us, regardless of our wealth or circumstances, are presented with choices that lead either to our happiness or to our ruin.

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Lives That Don’t Matter

GUEST COLUMN

Ewa Thompson

A popular children’s book remains on the 'Teachers’ Top 100 Books' list although its ostensible aim appears to be to denigrate Polish Americans.

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How the West Was Lost

GUEST COLUMN

Michael Wisniewski

How did Catholics by the millions enlist to serve their nation a few generations ago, and yet today there are hardly enough to serve at the altar?

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“The Body-Snatcher.” By Robert Louis Stevenson.

LITERATURE MATTERS

Michael S. Rose

A certain scientific consequentialism claims that the “end” of medical experimentation (the advancement of science) justifies the “means” (using the human body and its parts as “stuff”).

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Love of the People vs. Art of the Deal

Jason M. Morgan

Will Chinese Catholics belong to the Church, or will they be sold over as part of a political deal that some in the Vatican wish to strike with the powers of the world?

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Briefly Reviewed: November 2020

Here we review Viganò vs. the Vatican: The Uncensored Testimony of the Italian Journalist Who Helped Break the Story.

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Last Things

David Mills

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