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Feminists’ Post-Election Panic Over Birth Control Is Shallow And Manipulative

What matters most to feminist progressives is the need to help women keep their ‘uteruses as vacant as Antonin Scalia’s Supreme Court seat.’

Dr. Arthur Brooks and John Carr at the November 2015 Faith Angle Forum

More money is not positive policy. It’s simply throwing money to a problem and wanting it to go away because it’s liability management. That’s not the right way to go.

The Perils of “Preferred Peers”

Catholic higher education in the United States is, in my experience, the best Catholic higher education in the world. But it could be better.

To See Things As They Are

The Church, in its public life, puts everything into proper perspective through its witness to the truth about the human person, human community, human origins, and human destiny.

Kowtowing to Moscow is Bad Ecumenism

Vatican efforts to foster reconciliation and full communion between Catholicism and Orthodoxy continue to be stymied by Russian Orthodox prevarications and aggressions.

Support for Animal Welfare Grows on the Right

The momentum in conservative and traditionalist circles toward a consistent ethic of life is arising not by accident in an age of omnipresent abortion — but on account of it.

Lessons from Dietrich von Hildebrand

The wisdom of Catholics who resisted the Third Reich offers some guidance to those today who grapple with the quandaries of political modernity.