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The only recognition that matters

The only recognition that matters

Father George W. Rutler

The great edifices of classical cultures are also morally edifying by their anonymity.

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The Church has always built hospitals: How the Church Has Changed the World

The Church has always built hospitals: How the Chu…

Anthony Esolen

Why were there no hospitals, for anyone and everyone, in the ancient world?  Because Jesus had ...

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What is free speech for?

What is free speech for?

Father Raymond J. de Souza

It's always a rollicking good time when Mark Steyn is back in our pages, as he was yesterday, interv...

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Sistine Chapel Draws Souls to Eternity

Sistine Chapel Draws Souls to Eternity

Elizabeth Lev

Dwarfed by the grandeur of St. Peter's Basilica, the unobtrusive chapel appears merely a humble atte...

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Looking Away from Europe's Muslim Problem

Looking Away from Europe's Muslim Problem

Theodore Dalrymple

It's easier to condemn Steven Emerson than to confront issues of assimilation and culture.

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Canada's medical totalitarians

Canada's medical totalitarians

Sean Murphy

An Ontario College of Physicians official, Dr Marc Gabel, says that physicians unwilling to provide ...

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Selma

Selma

Steven D. Greydanus

One of the best films of the year illuminates Martin Luther King Jr.’s work — and the role of religi...

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Proper Sabbath Rest

Proper Sabbath Rest

Caryll Houselander

Rest is not idleness.

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How do we know real art when we see it?

How do we know real art when we see it?

Roger Scruton

In the last of a three-part series, writer and philosopher Roger Scruton defines the elements which ...

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Roman Cruelty, Christian Purity

Roman Cruelty, Christian Purity

Mike Aquilina

It was Christian morality, and the evident love of Christian families, that gradually converted the ...

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