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The Battle of Britain

October 1, 2010 George Neumayr 0

IN World War II, Great Britain survived an atheistic assault from outside the country. Today’s “Battle of Britain” comes from an atheistic assault inside it. British culture is crumpling under the growing weight of a […]

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Editorial Jihad

July 3, 2010 Philip F. Lawler 0

Philip F. Lawler is editor emeritus of CWR. The New York Times, with another front-page attack on Pope Benedict XVI, erases any possible doubt that America’s most influential newspaper has declared an editorial jihad against […]

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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

Father Joseph Fessio, S.J. is founder and editor of Ignatius Press, which has published several books by Cardinal Schönborn. He is also publisher of CWR. Did Cardinal Christoph Schönborn of Vienna “attack” Cardinal Angelo Sodano, […]

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Benedict Contra Mundum

April 18, 2010 Carl E. Olson 0

“If the papacy be dead, then the Catholic Church is dead,” wrote Msgr. Ronald Knox around the mid-point of the past century, “and if the Catholic Church be dead, Christ has failed. Close down the […]

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Planting the Seeds of Reform

April 18, 2010 George Neumayr 0

The fifth anniversary of Pope Benedict’s pontificate arrives amidst confident pronouncements of its failure: “Little to Celebrate,” “Besieged by Questions,” run the headlines. But how will Catholics and historians a century from now view it? […]

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Why Do the Media Rage?

April 18, 2010 Philip F. Lawler 0

The fifth anniversary of Pope Benedict’s election may strike many faithful Catholics as a somber occasion in light of the worldwide media campaign against the Holy Father. I prefer to look at things from a […]