The Washington Post
“Liberals have learned that it’s difficult for the church to survive,” says historian George Marsden, “if there’s nothing that makes the church distinct from culture.”
Between 2004 and 2014, US-based Atlantic Philanthropies invested more than $17 million to effectively catalyze the homosexual-rights lobby in Ireland.
At one level this attempt to dress up an orgy as a sensitivity summer school is hilarious. At another it’s a disturbing glimpse of the future of sexual relationships regulated only by the appearance of “love”.
BBC Radio 4
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss one of the most remarkable figures of the Middle Ages. The abbess of a Benedictine convent, Hildegard experienced a series of mystical visions, was celebrated for her wide-ranging scholarship, and is one of the earliest known composers.