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By James Kalb
Contrary to what many people believe, no society can maximize free choice and all societies involve some sort of compulsion
By James Kalb
Progressives and traditionalists tend to approach moral decisions with differences in basic understandings of man, society, and the world.
By James Kalb
We are all, faithful Catholics and secular humanists alike, members of the faith-based as well as the reality-based community
By James Kalb
To deal with the current situation we must abandon comfort, mediocrity, and the habit of blurring our views on fundamental issues
By James Kalb
Egalitarian technocracy is an imposing challenge, but it has serious weaknesses that must be used against it
By James Kalb
The emphasis on speaking to modern man using modern language has meant far less emphasis on speaking Catholic language to Catholics
By James Kalb
The single most important practical goal of the Church is for Christians to thrive as Christians
By James Kalb
Like other aspects of Catholic social teaching, what subsidiarity requires most of all is that Catholics live as Catholics
By James Kalb
Why should we want to be ordered around by social engineers who don’t understand what they’re doing?
By James Kalb
Why is this basic principle of Catholic social teaching praised more than it is practiced?
By James Kalb
Christendom may be gone as a matter of public law, but it’s still here as a substantive reality
By James Kalb
The age of liberation from sexual roles and standards has also been an age of ever greater inequality
By James Kalb
Catholics cannot fight something with nothing, so devotion and integrity must come before engagement
By James Kalb
Where will the present situation lead if our secular authorities continue on their present course?
By James Kalb
The irony of modern liberalism is that it is made possible by ties and loyalties that it rejects and destroys.
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