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2020 October

Letters to the Editor: October 2020

Not So Creepy... Imprecisions Regarding Priestly Celibacy... American Eugenics... Off-Target Attack... Encore!... On Vanier & Hesburgh... Voices Crying from the Inside

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The News You May Have Missed: October 2020

Choppy Theology... Keeping Up Appearances... Corona Bling... Down Memory Lane... State Blood-Sucker... Saved by the Belly... Lantern-Like Loos... and more

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Breaking the Iron Grip of the Reigning Scientific Orthodoxy

THE TWILIGHT OF MINDLESS EVOLUTION?

Nicholas J. Healy

Respected scholars have begun to admit that Darwinism is no longer supported by advances in science.

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Choose Your Own Eternity

LOOKING BEYOND REWARD & PUNISHMENT

Pete Jermann

What follows death is the extension into eternity of what we chose in this world. When we pass from this life, what we wanted here will be what we want forever.

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The Fires This Time

ASSAULTS ON CATHOLIC CHURCHES CONTINUE ACROSS THE GLOBE

Pieter Vree

July was a cruel month for attacks on Catholic churches. But the mother of them all wasn’t an act of destruction; it was an act of desecration, a hostile takeover of a former Catholic cathedral.

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Sons of Liberty, Sons of Anarchy

PURITANISM COUPLED WITH HELLIONISM IS OUR NATIONAL CHARACTER

Jason M. Morgan

We Americans are a revolutionary people. Our homegrown hooligans are convinced, as Americans always are, of the purity of their motives and their righteousness.

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Ernest Gaines & the Triumph of the Human Spirit

GUEST COLUMN

Terry Scambray

Artists are prophetic because they see and experience what those at a distance take longer to see.

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That Hideous Strength. By C.S. Lewis

LITERATURE MATTERS

Michael S. Rose

Lewis, as a man, a scholar, and a writer, recognizes the perennial threat of dehumanization, including the misuse of science.

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Lost Identity

Preston R. Simpson

Mary Eberstadt argues that the increase in social pathology in Western society is at least partly due to family dysfunction.

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Briefly Reviewed: October 2020

Here we review The Saint Monica Club: How to Wait, Hope, and Pray for Your Fallen-Away Loved Ones; and The Reality Oriented Mathematician.

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Last Things

David Mills

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