The Dispatch

Patriotism, Poland, and Cardinal Sarah

February 16, 2020 Jerry Salyer 16

From the standpoint of those of us concerned about questions of nationality, sovereignty, and rootedness, it is only logical to find that the most resolute upholders of Catholic tradition should also be among the most […]

Analysis

As Europe declines, the Church dithers

March 8, 2017 Dr. Samuel Gregg 2

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 […]