Progressives insist upon lionizing people who choose to behave and dress like the other sex as if they’re all Rosa Parks.
Leading U.S. bishops have pledged to face down any roadblocks to a full accounting in the matter of Theodore McCarrick, including roadblocks in Rome. That important first step must now be followed by credible action.
The American way is to view young adults still at home as a troubling trend; whereas, in the Middle Eastern culture, this extra time at home is a way to expand the social and economic capital of the family.
Pope Francis’s strategy of holy disruption is a deliberate evangelical strategy, and it is, perhaps, a strategy perfectly tailored to our times—but it is also risky, especially in this secular era.
“Have any big plans for the summer?” people sometimes ask by way of small talk. I reply literally: “Yes, housetraining a new puppy.”
The lives of 19th-century utopians were more interesting than the utopias they imagined.
World Youth Day 1993 was a turning point in the history of the Catholic Church in the United States, and its effects are still being felt on this silver jubilee.
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