Noelle Mering

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Noelle Mering is a Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center where she co-directs EPPC’s Theology of Home Project. She is the author of the upcoming book, Awake, Not Woke: A Christian Response to the Cult of Progressive Ideology (TAN Books, May 2021).

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Noelle Mering is a Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center where she co-directs EPPC’s Theology of Home Project. She is the author of the upcoming book, Awake, Not Woke: A Christian Response to the Cult of Progressive Ideology (TAN Books, May 2021).

She is an editor for the online women’s magazine Theology of Home and a coauthor of the books Theology of Home and Theology of Home II. She writes on culture, politics, and religion and has published in National Review, The Federalist, The American Mind, Catholic World Report, and National Catholic Register. Her writing has been featured on Instapundit, EWTN, New Advent, Big Pulpit, Catholic Herald, Albert Mohler’s The Briefing, Fox News Radio, and Relevant Radio.

Noelle is a wife and mother of six children in Southern California.

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Above Us Only Sky: How Ideology Manipulates Reality & Reverence as the Remedy

Noelle Mering

To see reality as it is, we must start with the hardest reality to face of all—that of sincerely seeing ourselves.

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Religion & Liberty / November 10, 2021

What Proponents of Bodily Autonomy Miss

Noelle Mering

The progressive fear that we might end up legislating morality ignores the reality that we have long been legislating a radical moral framework of autonomy at any cost. We might instead begin with a common principle that the gratification of our desires must end where the commodification of human beings begins.

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National Review Online / September 27, 2021

Our Rainbow Religion, Which Lets Us Become as Gods

Noelle Mering

rosary overcome by rainbow

Making ourselves gods might feel like magic at first, but it ends in despair. We simply are not made to be gods, and to attempt that requires too much denial of reality, too many mutilated bodies, and too many competing wills.

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The Stream / July 8, 2021

Can Catholics Get Woke?

Noelle Mering

One of the reasons woke ideology has been successful at making inroads among Christian communities is that it feeds off the Christian precept to offer compassion and aid to the marginalized and suffering. This leads to a lot of confusion about whether or not Christians can get woke, with many seeing it as the natural outgrowth of that Christian precept. But as I write in my book, Awake, Not Woke (TAN Books), on both a human and a spiritual level, wokeness is an ideology that harms far more than helps.

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Catholic Answers / June 8, 2021

‘Woke’ Catholic Schools Offer Poison in Place of the Gospel

Noelle Mering

Far from supplementing Church teaching, critical race theory assaults it in three fundamental ways.

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