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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...

C.S. Lewis paid a penalty for being an outspoken Christian - Paul McCusker

In the 1940's, while Lewis became a best-selling author, lecturer and broadcaster, his co-workers at Oxford University were not pleased.   Read more...

Can America Remain the Land of Religious Liberty? - Ray Nothstine

Independence Day reminds us that there is no greater offering America gives to the world than its example of and contributions to religious liberty.   Read more...

Can We Talk? - Daniel Henninger

Who says the world lacks leaders? After again expressing his "respect" for Islam, Pope Benedict XVI at his weekly Vatican audience two days ago moved one of his knights forward on the global chessboard of Islamic politics.  Read more...

Cardinal Dolan: That 'Conscience Thing' Is 'Ennobling,' 'Enlightened' - Kathryn Jean Lopez

"Government has no business interfering in the internal life of the soul, conscience, or church," Timothy Cardinal Dolan said Monday night at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.  Read more...

Catholic Martyrs of the Holocaust - Matthew Bunsen

By 1939, more than 10,000 Catholic schools had been closed and the Catholic boys and girls sent to Nazi public schools for indoctrination.  Read more...

Catholics in chains - Father Raymond J. de Souza

China now thinks it normal that the Bishop of Shanghai should be under house arrest.  Read more...

Check your bigotry - Rex Murphy

If there is one movement, that by its humourlessness, its obsessive mania and its blindness to its failings, chokes on its own goals, it is the so-called anti-racism movement.  Read more...

China and Sudan Lead Nations Cited for Religious Persecution - NATIONAL CATHOLIC REGISTER

China and the Sudan topped a list of seven nations the State Department said are of “particular concern” because of their poor treatment of religious believers.  Read more...

China’s nemesis - Fr. Raymond de Souza

Having never met the Dalai Lama, I am not sure why he appears to be giggling so often.  Read more...

Choosing self-esteem over freedom of speech - Rex Murphy

Welcome to Canada, land of never-speaking-ill-of-a-marginalized-group free-ish speech.  Read more...

Christian in a Muslim World - Julia Duin

“I pray that the Christians in Muslim lands get the same freedom as Muslims get in Christian lands,” Shehadeh told us at the press conference. “There are Muslim centers all over the United States but no churches in Saudi Arabia or many of the Gulf states.”  Read more...

Christian Martyrs of the 21st Century: The Reckoning Continues - Sandro Magister

Thanks to John Paul II, the Catholic Church has become aware of the fact that the experience of martyrdom is still extremely relevant. The "brief century," marked by totalitarianism, has left behind itself a long trail of Christian blood. But the third millennium also opens with the sign of martyrdom: a martyrdom with many faces that shows itself increasingly as a "global" experience.   Read more...

Christian Martyrs to Islam, Past and Present - Charlotte Allen

As in the 15th century, Christians are under attack in Muslim lands.  Read more...

Christian Tragedy in the Muslim World - Bruce Thornton

Few people realize that we are today living through the largest persecution of Christians in history, worse even than the famous attacks under ancient Roman emperors like Diocletian and Nero.  Read more...

Christianity Dying in Its Birthplace - Daniel Pipes

What some observers are calling a pogrom took place near Ramallah, West Bank, on the night of September 3-4.  Read more...

Christians in Indonesia: Allowing persecution to happen - Julia Duin

Christians who refused to convert to Islam were killed; those who did convert were then separated from their families, given Muslim names, and forcibly circumcised — without anaesthetic, and with dirty instruments. Why, I wondered, weren't journalists reporting on this tragedy?  Read more...

Christmas 1981: A Candle That Burned Bright for Freedom 25 Years Ago - Paul Kengor

It's difficult to explain how much the world has changed in 25 years — and for the better. Those who lived through December 1981 would be well served to pause and give thanks for the differences.  Read more...

Church Is Still Not State - Daniel Henninger

Catholics are being told to substitute state belief for their religious belief.   Read more...

Coming to a human rights commission near you - Rex Murphy

Our esteemed human rights commissions are so busy these days, it worries me. The number of these gimlet-eyed scrutineers is, after all, finite.  Read more...

Communism vs. Catholics - Father Raymond J. de Souza

In China today, as in Poland during the Cold War, Christians are being persecuted for their faith.  Read more...

Conscience, Coercion, and Healthcare - Helen Alvare, Gerard V. Bradley and O. Carter Snead

Never before in American history has any administration – state or federal – been so willing to force religious institutions out of business.   Read more...

Correctly squelched - Margaret Somerville

A first-person account of manning the barricades against political correctness.   Read more...

Crucifix out, warming in - Rex Murphy

What was once venerated is now, in many ways, dismissed and even despised.  Read more...

CS Lewis on “Xmas and Christmas” - Charles J. Chaput

Fifty years ago C.S. Lewis published an ironic little essay called, "Xmas and Christmas: A Lost Chapter from Herodotus."  Read more...


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