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Another War – an interview with David Limbaugh - Kathryn Jean Lopez

Persecution — that's the name for it. Tolerance might be the highest virtue in our popular culture, but it doesn't often extend to Christians these days. Christians are increasingly being driven from public life, denied their First Amendment rights, and even actively discriminated against for their beliefs. So argues David Limbaugh in his new book.  Read more...

Anti-Catholic junk history - Gerald Warner

Britain remains marinated in anti-Catholic mythology as a consequence of centuries of relentless propaganda by establishment interest groups.  Read more...

Anti-Catholicism - Archbishop Timothy Dolan

The following article was submitted in a slightly shorter form to the New York Times as an op-ed article. The Times declined to publish it. I thought you might be interested in reading it.  Read more...

Anti-Catholicism, Again - Joseph Bottum

The permanent scandal of the Vatican.  Read more...

Anti-Semitism, Anti-Catholicism and Truth - Donald DeMarco

I approached this essay by reading Daniel Jonah Goldhagen's "A Moral Reckoning: The Role of the Catholic Church in the Holocaust and its Unfulfilled Duty of Repair" (2002) in conjunction with its polar opposite, Eugenio Zolli's "Why I Became a Catholic" (1953).  Read more...

Anti-Semitism’s latest refuge - Barbara Kay

A new strain of the old cancer of anti-Semitism is metastasizing throughout Western countries.  Read more...

Apocalyptic Egypt - David Warren

Here is my nightmare.   Read more...

Archbishop Romero and Latin American Martyrs - Robert Royal

On Monday, March 24, 1980, at 6:25 p.m. in the chapel of the Divina Providencia Cancer Hospital, where he lived in a small house, Oscar Arnulfo Romero, archbishop of San Salvador, the capital of the Central American nation El Salvador, was killed during his homily by a gunman who fired one, well-placed bullet through his heart.  Read more...

Ash Wednesday - David Warren

Today is an international day of mourning, and it is because we are fully human that we need to wear the ashes on our brow.   Read more...

Ashamed of the Gospel? - Robert P. George

The days of acceptable Christianity are over. The days of comfortable Catholicism are past.   Read more...

Atheist campaign against Mother Teresa postage stamp is silly, outrageous - Colleen Carroll Campbell

Success is not all it’s cracked up to be. Just ask America’s minuscule-but-mouthy atheist minority.  Read more...

Attacks on Miss California reveal intolerance of gay-rights activists - Colleen Carroll Campbell

"I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman. No offense to anybody out there, but that's how I was raised."   Read more...

Austrian Farmer Franz Jagerstatter - Robert Royal

A Father Jochmann was the prison chaplain in Berlin and spent some time with Jägerstätter that day.   Read more...

Back to the Beginning: A Brief Introduction to the Ancient Catholic Church - George Sim Johnston

The culture is now flooded with bogus scholarship whose main purpose is to put Christianity — and especially orthodox Catholicism — on the defensive.   Read more...

Beijing’s war on Christianity - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Four Catholic bishops in China have been abducted this past week, forcibly taken to unknown locations by the Chinese regime.   Read more...

Benedict faces a bitter Britain - Father Raymond J. de Souza

In the lead-up to the papal visit to the UK there has been remarkable hostility and unspeakable rudeness in wide sectors of British opinion.   Read more...

Benedict XVI and the Pathologies of Religion - Samuel Gregg

It passed almost unnoticed, but last month Benedict XVI significantly upped the ante in an argument he's made one of his pontificate's centerpieces.   Read more...

Beyond cheerleading - Marvin Olasky

Many liberals and conservatives are pushing for elections in Egypt and elsewhere, but democracy without religious liberty will merely lead to a different tyranny.  Read more...

Beyond the Dictatorship of Relativism - Robert Royal

Almost everyone who pays attention to religion and public affairs knows of Joseph Ratzinger’s famous homily shortly before he was elected pope denouncing the modern “dictatorship of relativism.”  Read more...

Beyond tolerance - Michael Coren

When the same-sex marriage issue was being debated before parliament and the courts, many of us argued that the entire issue had ceased being about toleration long ago but was now about affirmation.  Read more...

Blasphemy - Dinesh D'Souza

All this fuss over blasphemy got us thinking. We riot in the West, but not over religion. Racism, economic inequality, and environmental concerns can all whip a crowd into discontent — even violence. But blasphemy?  Read more...

Blessed Jakob Gapp - Robert Royal

The Nazis gave various reasons for imprisoning these clergymen: stirring up the masses, spying, aiding prisoners, suspicion of treason, behavior unfriendly to Germany, support of Jews, insulting the Fuhrer or National Socialism, or sometimes no reason at all.   Read more...

Bloodbath in the Making - Gregory Stanton

Today 800,000 Africans from Darfur, Sudan, have been driven from their homes by Arab militias, supported by Sudanese government air strikes, in the worst case of ethnic cleansing since Kosovo.  Read more...

Bluster masquerading as reason - Rex Murphy

If we are to have an adjudication on the Pontiff ’s complicity or innocence in the matter of coverups or evasion by the Catholic Church in the sexual-abuse scandals that have rocked it, I’m not sure I’d go to Christopher Hitchens to get it.  Read more...

C.S. Lewis in the Dock - Joe Sobran

In the November issue of The New Yorker, Adam Gopnik, often an interesting and intelligent writer, belittles Lewis's work in a way I can describe only as catty.  Read more...


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