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The Work of Remembering

Over the past decade, I've suggested—too many times to count—that we're living through a kind of second Reformation. An entirely new Reformation.

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My Experience of the Synod

Now that I've had a bit of time to readjust to my normal rhythm and to think through the rather extraordinary experience of the last month in Rome, I would like to share some impressions of the Synod on Synodality, even as I will endeavor not to violate the pope’s request that we refrain from talking about particular participants and votes.

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Liberty, Modulo

Because Catholicism is incarnational, it strives to become inculturated in whatever culture it is found, like yeast and like salt.

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Is a Free Society Stable?

"Civilization is not inherited; it has to be learned and earned by each generation anew; if the transmission should be interrupted for one century, civilization would die, and we should be savages again." - Will and Ariel Durant, The Lessons of History (1968)

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The Appeal of Regime Change

The New York Times called it "brilliant and demanding," but the 2018 British film Peterloo grossed less than $2 million in its U.S. box office. The reason is simple.

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