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Cherie Peacock
When I was about 10 years old, Dad took me to the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. The name didn’t sound very promising. I didn’t...
Francis J. Beckwith
It is a common opinion that government ought to remain neutral on controversial moral issues such as abortion, same-sex marriage, and...
Russell Shaw
For American Catholics, the last decade—marked by scandal, cover-ups, and fierce division—oft seems the worst of times. But it’s arguable that...
Anthony Esolen
The demand for freedom without responsibility parallels the growth of the omnipotent state, for radical individualism and invasive government...
Ron Rychlak
The U.S. Bill of Rights states that “Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech.” It does not say “Congress shall make no...
Matthew E. Bunson
For most people the words “Germany” and “tyranny” instantly evoke the Führer and Nazism. But 60 years before Hitler’s rise, Catholics in...
Karl Keating
A few months ago I received a fund-raising letter signed by the president of a nonprofit organization that concerns itself chiefly with...
Robert P. Lockwood
On the Wednesday after Election Day, November 1960, I was at the front of a line marching up the stairs at Christ the King grammar school in...
Joanna Bogle’s article on Cardinal von Galen ("The Bishop vs. the Nazis," February 2008) is highly welcome. So many lies have gained currency...
Karl Keating
Like many Americans, I take much interest in politics. Unlike many, I do not think many problems can be solved through politics, and I often...