No shelter-in-place for the unborn

June 4, 2020 Monica Seeley 8

These past three months have often felt like wartime, complete with restrictions and rationing. And as often happens in wartime, a parallel struggle has played out under cover of the general chaos. Its battles have […]


Social justice as a religion

June 1, 2020 James Kalb 22

Last month I noted that modern people are impressed by the power of technology, industrial organization, and the managerial state. The resulting emphasis on man’s power over things has led people to view the social […]


A Saintly View of Vatican II

May 31, 2020 Douglas Bushman 27

“By canonizing some of the faithful, i.e., by solemnly proclaiming that they practiced heroic virtue and lived in fidelity to God’s grace, the Church recognizes the power of the Spirit of holiness within her and […]