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Monday, July 13, 2020

The Next Pope and the Great Commission

Louis IX: Knight, Crusader, King, and Saint

By Jerry Salyer on Jul 08, 2020 09:31 pm
Today even the Oxford Illustrated History of Medieval Europe acknowledges the many virtues of Saint Louis IX. [...]
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What are the “Deep State” and “Deep Church”?

By James Kalb on Jul 08, 2020 07:02 pm
The phrase “deep state” has been in the news lately, mostly in connection with the extraordinary resistance within the federal government to Donald Trump. The conception is sometimes extended to to the “deep church,” which [...]
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The Way Back is a sports film with some surprising depth

By Carl Kozlowski on Jul 08, 2020 06:53 pm
One of the last movies to be released in theaters before the lockdowns started in March, The Way Back has proven to be a solid success on streaming platforms for home viewing. Better yet, it’s a [...]
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Little Sisters have big win in Supreme Court decision

By Catholic News Agency on Jul 08, 2020 12:29 pm
Washington D.C., Jul 8, 2020 / 08:42 am (CNA).-  The Little Sisters of the Poor had a victory at the Supreme Court on Wednesday, nine years into the religious order’s bouts of litigation over the [...]
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The Next Pope and the Great Commission

By George Weigel on Jul 08, 2020 03:01 am
In The Shoes of the Fisherman, crusty old Cardinal Leone, canvassing votes for a surprise candidate just before the election of a new pope, is deeply moved by a quiet admonition from a Syrian cardinal [...]
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School choice overcomes a major historical hurdle

By Peter M.J. Stravinskas on Jul 07, 2020 07:42 pm
The first term paper I ever wrote (in freshman year of high school) was on the Canadian system of funding faith-based schools. In the early 1980s (those halcyon days of the very pro-Catholic President Ronald [...]
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The logical, destructive path from Abortion to Bostock

By Daniel Moody on Jul 07, 2020 06:20 pm
Much ink has been spilled over the decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, whereby SCOTUS decided it is unjust—indeed, a species of sex discrimination—to recognize any link between who we are and what we should [...]
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Liberal Arts and the Pandemic

By Dr. Randall B. Smith on Jul 07, 2020 01:19 am
It’s a shame we’re not in the classroom these days, because the pandemic would be the perfect subject for discussion in a liberal arts university. Indeed, I would suggest it is precisely because of the [...]
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Subversive Catholicism is an eloquent work of reasonable traditionalism

By James Baresel on Jul 06, 2020 08:04 pm
Few Catholics today will deny that the literary output of contemporary Catholics, excellent as some of it is, does not (as a total body of work) approach the level of accomplishment achieved between the beginning [...]
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Exposing the first 20th-Century genocide: The Armenian genocide

By Joseph Pearce on Jul 06, 2020 02:59 am
Siobhan Nash-Marshall is uniquely placed to offer penetrating and illuminating insights into one of the darkest and most horrific chapters in human history. The chair of philosophy at Manhattanville College in New York is the [...]
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