Society & Culture
“We've had a serious problem with Catholic public officials who are incoherent in their Catholicism for a very long time,” said George Weigel, the Distinguished Senior Fellow and William E. Simon Chair in Catholic Studies at the Ethics & Public Policy Center, the author of books including The Next Pope, and of the recent First Things article, “President Biden and a Catholic inflection point.”
“This is a bit different. President Biden is the most visible Catholic in the country. He's the most important Catholic public official in the world. And he is actively advancing and facilitating policies that deny the truth of that first principle of Catholic social doctrine: the inalienable dignity and value of every human life.”
Beth Stelzer: Women's sports falling under transgender ideology
Jeremiah Keenan: Transgender legal case in Canada erodes parental rights
Mary Szoch: How Planned Parenthood leads the culture of death
Fr. Thomas Morrow: How to overcome sinful thoughts
Jonathan Butcher: Critical Race Theory and the new intolerance
Fr. Edward Meeks: Why politics is not our religion
Fr. Quan Tran: Follow Our Lady to be a disciple of Jesus Christ
Archbishop Cordileone: Defend life in the womb and a response to Catholic politicians who don't
Fr. Timothy Gallagher: Understanding "Discernment of Spirits in Marriage"
Monsignor Pope: The priestly robes replaced by lab coats
Jack Brustkern: What is digital balance for our generation?
Steven Aden: How the pro-life movement will prevail
Michael Matt: What is the Great Reset?
Reggie Littlejohn: How and why China infiltrates the U.S. (Part 2 of 2)
Reggie Littlejohn: China as human rights abuser (Part 1 of 2)
Mary Eberstadt: Riots and the cry for the Father
Ken Craycraft: The Biden administration will put Christians on notice
Joe Heschmeyer: Why are we Catholic and why the papacy?
Fr. Vincent Lampert: An exorcism is a prayer to God
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