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The Case for Dynamic Orthodoxy
The living parts of the world Church today are those that embrace Vatican II in full, having read it in continuity with the Church’s settled tradition.
Extraordinary Evangelization in Extraordinary Times
Evangelization, which must always include the witness of caring for the Master’s lost sheep, is the new normal in the Catholic Church.
Ending Abortion of Down-Syndrome Children in the United Kingdom
Activists have mounted a campaign against a policy that permits unlimited abortion of unborn children diagnosed with disabilities.
An American Conservative’s Dream, Seen Walking in London
Britain is not a nation conceived in liberty, but it is in the course of dedicating itself to the proposition that all men are created equal. That is the promise of the platform Boris Johnson’s Tories ran on.
The Great Tory Realignment Was Bound to Happen
The British Conservative Party is coming apart, with 21 Tories expelled from the party by Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other anti-no-deal Brexit members resigning. These unprecedented developments are in fact just another example of the global political realignment.
Britain Is on the Verge of a Constitutional Crisis
The loss of a Conservative majority in the House of Commons sets up an unpredictable chain of events that could derail British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s promised Brexit strategy and throw the nation into a serious constitutional crisis.
Here’s What I Want from Modern Architecture
Architects need to stop aiming for the ‘iconic’ and focus on everyday beauty.
Brexit Would Be Hard for Britain. Staying in the E.U. Would Be Worse.
Whatever challenges Brexit poses for the United Kingdom, they pale in comparison to those that will confront it if it remains in the European Union given the continent’s own problems.
You Can Hate Me as Much as You Like – It’s Not a Crime
If there is hatred in our society, it does not come from ordinary prejudices, such as those that lead rival groups of citizens to treat each other with suspicion; it stems from those who do not see prejudice for what it is, the natural response to difference, and the desire to live in a comfort zone of one’s own.
Don’t Make America Great Britain
Donald Trump promised to “make America great again,” but he might make America Great Britain. To re-industrialize the U.S. economy, President Trump must avoid the mistake that de-industrialized Britain: namely, he must end the dollar’s role as the world’s chief reserve currency.