Publications

A New Reformation

Francis X. Maier

We need to remember — and remembering is a sacred task — that there will be no real novus ordo seclorum, no genuinely “new order of the ages,” without the kingship of Jesus Christ.

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The Catholic World Report / July 24, 2021

Eat the Disabled? Follow the Science

Francis X. Maier

History, and science fiction, show how attempts to “follow the science” often lead to dark and cruel places.

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The Catholic Thing / July 24, 2021

The War Against Our Lady and Womanhood Marches On

Carrie Gress

We now live with a cool and edgy cocktail of Marxism and the occult. Women have been drinking it up ever since, with men either embracing it or left unsure how to counter it.

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National Catholic Register / July 23, 2021

INTERVIEW: What Would Founding Feminist Say to Women’s Movement Today?

Erika Bachiochi

EPPC Fellow Erika Bachiochi talks with Crux about her new book, The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision.

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Crux / July 22, 2021

Exclusive: Republicans Aim to Block Funding for Schools That Provide Abortion Pills

Alexandra DeSanctis

Republican lawmakers in the House and Senate will introduce legislation today to prohibit colleges and universities from receiving federal funding if they provide chemical-abortion drugs to students.

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National Review / July 21, 2021

The Fight Over the Democrats’ Reconciliation Bill Will Likely Shape Politics For Years

Henry Olsen

Senate Democrats have apparently set a $3.5 trillion spending target for the budget reconciliation bill they plan to pass this fall. The battle to come will likely shape American politics for years no matter how it turns out.

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The Washington Post / July 21, 2021

Liberal Authoritarianism and the Traditional Latin Mass

George Weigel

The recent apostolic letter Traditionis Custodes [Custodians of the Tradition] was theologically incoherent, pastorally divisive, unnecessary, cruel—and a sorry example of the liberal bullying that has become all too familiar in Rome recently.

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Syndicated Column / July 21, 2021

I Take My Non-Catholicism Seriously: Reflections on Not Receiving the Eucharist

Nathanael Blake

The point of the Catholic Church is to be the Catholic Church, and some of us appreciate that, even in disagreement. As for those who want Unitarian beliefs with Catholic ceremony, they are welcome to join the Episcopalians.

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The Catholic World Report / July 20, 2021

Unforgivable Hypocrisy From FDA’s Career CDER Leadership

David Gortler

The same career FDA bureaucrat who loudly crowed about “following the science” to discredit President Trump has approved a failed Alzheimer’s drug.

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Forbes / July 19, 2021

Reclaiming a Lost Vision of the Rights of Women

Erika Bachiochi

The philosophical and political principle of equal citizenship for women has morphed in the last half century into something that nearly contradicts its original moral vision, a vision first fully articulated by English philosopher Mary Wollstonecraft in A Vindication of the Rights of Woman more than two centuries ago.

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Church Life Journal / July 19, 2021

The Transgender Industry Is Culling Tomboys Out Of Existence

Nathanael Blake

The biggest sources of sex stereotypes and strict gender roles in America today are the trans movement and its allies.

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The Federalist / July 19, 2021

Illegal Border Crossings Just Keep Rising. Biden Must Stem the Tide.

Henry Olsen

Record-high apprehensions of migrants illegally crossing the southern border are a big enough problem for President Biden. But it could become even worse unless he dramatically shifts his immigration policies.

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The Washington Post / July 19, 2021