Cardinal Franciszek Macharski, Dead at 89, Was Bred to Heroism
Cardinal Franciszek Macharski, who succeeded St. Pope John Paul II as the Archbishop of Krakow, lived in a modest, self-effacing way that taught Cracovians that they could love and esteem an archbishop who was quiet but unflinchingly steadfast, as they had loved and esteemed the princely Adam Stefan Sapieha and the dynamic Karol Wojtyła.
God and Brexit
The European Union is in deep trouble because of a democracy deficit that is, at bottom, a subsidiarity-deficit caused by a God-deficit.
The Moral of the Simone Biles Story
At a time when politics is shaking national confidence, athletes like Lilly King and Simone Biles give us reasons to be proud.
The Washington Post and the Church of Me
The problem here isn’t gross ignorance about matters Catholic; the problem is that the Post is all-in for another, competing religion.
The Boomers Have an Unrelenting Death Grip on America
If Hillary is the Boomers’ nostalgia-filled ego trip, Trump is the Boomers’ fear of impending doom and insecurity.
Spinning Sorrow: The Uses and Abuses of Forgiveness in the Public Sphere
In a recent column, Michael Gerson of the Washington Post explains that this discussion from EPPC’s Faith Angle Forum sheds light on the “acute shortage of public integrity at the highest level of our politics.”
Republicans Race Democrats to Dig the Deeper Grave
The GOP has sunk farther thanks to a full-on suicide that not even a novelist would have imagined.
Trump, Kaine, and More Illusions
American Catholics for whom the noun, not the adjective, is determinative are thus faced with a brutal fact: Our deeply wounded political culture has produced two impossible options in the 2016 Republican and Democratic tickets.
Where Does a Patriot Turn in 2016?
Donald Trump and President Obama share the philosophy that America causes more problems than it solves, and no champion of conservatism is left.
A new book offers a sometimes interesting, sometimes tedious assessment of the legacy of Chief Justice Burger’s Supreme Court.