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The Religion of Rights

European civilisation is marked through and through by Christ's two commandments, to love God entirely and to love your neighbour as yourself.  

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"Why I Am Catholic (and You Should Be Too)" - Introduction

"Brandon Vogt's "Why I Am Catholic (and You Should Be Too" lives up to its cheeky title. It is clear, direct, simple yet not simplistic.... Here is a friendly explanation from a live fish who is swimming happily upstream to the many fish who are passing him in the other direction." - Peter Kreeft

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Murderers' Row, Soviet-style

One hundred years ago, on November 7, 1917, Lenin and his Bolshevik Party expropriated the chaotic Russian people's revolution that had begun eight months earlier, setting in motion modernity's first experiment in totalitarianism.

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A history not ardently pursued

Celebrating the bicentennial of the French Revolution in 1989 was awkward and unlike our nation’s festivities of 1976, because the American Revolution did not have a Reign of Terror.

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Talk to Your Father

In a recent article for Crisis, I took to task Fr. James Martin, S.J., for calling it a cause for celebration, when a teenage boy declared to his father, on Thanksgiving, that he was a homosexual.

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Fencing with bigots

...being an imaginary dialogue between a nominee to a Federal appeals court and members of the Committee on the Judiciary of what once imagined itself "the world's greatest deliberative body"...

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