Juan Diego, Great and Small

Juan Diego, Great and Small The story of Juan Diego is more than a powerful story. It’s more, even, than a powerful story in Catholic history. It’s nothing less than one of the most extraordinary stories in human history. First, the setting could hardly be more...

Catholics ‘Personally Opposed’ to Abortion? A Fallacy

Catholics ‘Personally Opposed’ to Abortion? A Fallacy From an excerpt in the National Review, pulled from the Washington Post: Everyone sins, and there is no such thing as an unforgivable sin. But leading others to sin, repeatedly and impenitently, is...

The Next American Awakening Starts Here

The Next American Awakening Starts Here Some people say that there has never been a harder time in the United States to be Catholic. One can understand why. Public approval weighs against us: today, a furious secularism repudiates ancient Christian teachings about...

Midge the Magnificent

Midge the Magnificent I first met Midge Decter during the mid-1980s through neoconservative publishing circles in New York, a world as distant from today’s as it was, in turn, from the time of the Second World War. Though no one back then knew it, those years...

Children of the Porn

Children of the Porn If pandemic exhaustion, galloping inflation, and talk of World War III haven’t yet gotten you down, Rethinking Sex: A Provocation might do the trick. This is not the fault of author Christine Emba, whose prose in this short book is stylish,...

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