The Dispatch

No “just wars”?

March 30, 2022 George Weigel 34

Every war is a defeat for humanity, because men and women endowed with reason should be able to resolve their differences without mass violence. Reason, however, can be corrupted by ignorance, passion, ideology, pride, and […]

The Dispatch

Vatican II on Catholics in public life

May 12, 2021 George Weigel 18

The Second Vatican Council’s Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World (often referenced by its Latin title, Gaudium et Spes) is typically regarded as the most “progressive” of the 16 documents of Vatican […]

Essay

Defining Dehumanization Up

January 26, 2019 Dr. Mark Latkovic 12

Famously, after the atrocities perpetrated by the Nazis during World War II, the world spoke the words, “Never Again.” In the years since, however, you have to wonder how seriously we have taken those words. […]