Opinion

Twenty-first Century Recusants

February 7, 2012 Matthew Cullinan Hoffman 0

The Obama administration’s recent decision to require Catholic institutions to provide contraceptives through their health care plans has been met with firm resistance from Catholic leaders, and incredulity even from the president’s own supporters, who […]

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Culture and Evangelization

January 27, 2012 Russell Shaw 0

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Good news. Alongside the statistics of continuing Catholic decline in the United States, a new Catholic subculture is visibly emerging that raises hopes for the future of the Church in America. But there is […]

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The Future of Concordats

December 1, 2011 Alessandra Nucci 0

One of the more foreseeable effects of the current world-wide economic crisis is that it is feeding into the ravine of anti-Catholic bias, stirring up indignant demands and renewing myths about tax-exemption and non-existent privileges […]

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Make-Up Orthodoxy

August 8, 2011 David Paul Deavel 0

One loud and raucous cheer for those Catholic academics who so loudly challenged Speaker of the House John Boehner, this year’s commencement speaker at Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.  “Dear Mr. Speaker,” they […]