Analysis

As Europe declines, the Church dithers

March 8, 2017 Dr. Samuel Gregg 0

In 1985, the then-European Economic Community which eventually became today’s European Union formally adopted what’s known as “The Flag of Europe.” Consisting of a circle of 12 golden stars on an azure background, many believe […]

Why Moral Absolutes Matter

December 13, 2016 Dr. Samuel Gregg 0

At the core of the now-famous dubia submitted to Pope Francis by four cardinals is the question of moral absolutes. By “moral absolutes,” Catholicism doesn’t mean vague generalizations such as “don’t offend others” or even […]

Analysis

The Pope and Perón

August 3, 2016 Dr. Samuel Gregg 0

Until Jorge Bergoglio was elected pope in 2013, the most famous Argentine of modern times was an army officer and politician named Juan Domingo Perón. Perón served as Argentina’s president from 1946-1955 and 1973-1974. Although […]