Memory and Identity

Francis X. Maier

Again and again, men have consecrated America’s virtues and best ideals on the battlefield. They’ve done it with their blood.


The Catholic Thing / June 6, 2023

By Stepping Into the Culture War, the Dodgers Only Alienate Fans

Patrick T. Brown

Starting in Chicago in 2001, LGBT-themed nights at the ballpark have become common throughout the sport (the Texas Rangers remain the only MLB team not not to host one.)


Newsweek / June 2, 2023

Our world has lost the Catholic understanding of human anthropology

Theresa Farnan

In a growing national divide, 16 states have recently passed laws limiting or banning “gender transition” procedures, while three states — and counting — have declared themselves “trans sanctuaries.”


Our Sunday Visitor / June 2, 2023

The Vatican As Peacemaker In Ukraine?

George Weigel

Vatican diplomacy, absent a recognition of the basic moral and political asymmetries in this brutal war, might make matters worse, with a misconceived and ill-executed “peace mission.”


Syndicated Column / May 31, 2023

Interrogating Terrorists at Guantanamo Bay

Jennifer Bryson

Between 2004 and 2006 Jennifer Bryson served as a lead interrogator at the infamous Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba.


EWTN / May 30, 2023

Hope In An Age Of Nay-Saying

Carl R. Trueman

The spirit of Mephistopheles is truly seductive, as Goethe well knew. Thankfully, however, there is still hope.


First Things / May 25, 2023

A Missed Opportunity in the Pacific

Brad Littlejohn

Chaos at home can affect our country’s standing in the world


WORLD Opinions / May 25, 2023

NYT Polyamory Puff Piece Proves Conservative Christians Right Again

Nathanael Blake

The left has lost the ability to say no to anything demanded in the name of sexual liberation.


The Federalist / May 24, 2023

John Paul II’S Centesimus Annus And Today’s Debates

George Weigel

No doubt globalization has had adverse consequences for some Americans; it has also helped lift as many as two billion people out of abject poverty.


Syndicated Column / May 24, 2023

A TikTok ban doesn’t limit speech —it frees it from China’s poison

Clare Morell

Libertarian Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is derailing a bipartisan effort to ban TikTok.


New York Post / May 24, 2023

The glory of weakness

Andrew T. Walker

A documentary on Michael J. Fox reminds Christians of something truly important


WORLD Opinions / May 23, 2023

HHS Proposes Special HIPAA Privacy Rules for “Reproductive Health Care” Information

Rachel N. Morrison

The NPRM would modify privacy standards under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) for information related to “reproductive health care.”


The Federalist Society / May 23, 2023