President Obama’s legacy is a profound weakening of respect for law and tradition, and to effectively counter Donald Trump’s emergence, Republicans must make the case that the answer to Obamaism is a return to law.
While it is true that the Church in the United States is going to have to fight hard, both internally and externally, to maintain the Catholic integrity and identity of what Profesor Joseph Ratzinger called those “edifices . . . built in prosperity,” there is no reason to think that that fight is already lost and that it’s time to head for the catacombs.
A new book tells the story of a “near-death experience” that threatened the future not only of the New York Public Library but of its vast collection of books, rare manuscripts, artifacts, and ephemera.
While poll numbers superficially suggest that Donald Trump’s chances of winning the nomination are better than commonly thought, an even closer look shows that Trump’s appeal is likely to be deep but very limited.
With the FBI driving the extraordinary investigation into her private email server, things may get a whole lot less pretty for Hillary Clinton.
New health care proposals by Republican candidates mark a monumental development for both the campaign and for the conservative movement, one that breathes Ronald Reagan’s soul into the Republican nomination fight.
The Kasper approach to moral theology, which is reflected in the German and Swiss bishops’ reports to the upcoming Synod, absolutizes history to the point that it relativizes and ultimately demeans revelation—the “sacred givens” that are the permanent structure of Christian life.
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