Casey Chalk

Casey Chalk is the author of The Persecuted: True Stories of Courageous Christians Living Their Faith in Muslim Lands (Sophia Institute Press) and a senior contributor at The Federalist. He holds a Masters in Theology from Christendom College.

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Evangelicals and Catholics Together Again

In an America increasingly hostile to both evangelicals and Catholics, we need to not only reinforce the ecumenical qualities of the pro-life movement, but we need to expand out into other areas.

Proclaim Inclusivity to All the Nations

Diversity and inclusion have completely replaced the Gospel as the raison d’être of many protestant denominations, and that ideology threatens to infect Catholicism as well.

Don’t Wait for the Teachers

As we approach another school year, I’d argue we as parents need to do much more to educate our children. To put it bluntly, we shouldn’t wait for others, no matter how professional, to intellectually form our kids.

Divorce’s Destructive Impact

The normalization and ubiquity of divorce has encouraged commitment aversion, which has had a corrosive effect on all of society.

Making Jesus in Our Own Image

The play “A.D. 16” is yet one more stupid, irreverent example of reducing Jesus to a flat, uninteresting manifestation of our own fleeting pet political and cultural fetishes; one with no ability to speak eternal truths.


The New Anti-Catholic Bigotry

There’s a growing consensus on the Left regarding religious exemptions: namely, that they’re absurd. “Dump COVID vaccine religious exemptions—there is no Church of Moderna Disbelievers,” declares the editorial board at the Los Angeles Times. There have been similar op-eds at MSNBC and Wired.  But it’s not just frustration with resistance to the vaccine mandates. In … Read more

Devil in the Belfry

The Devil in Poe

“I grew, day by day, more moody, more irritable, more regardless of the feelings of others. I suffered myself to use intemperate language to my wife. At length, I even offered her personal violence.” So reveals the main character of Edgar Allan Poe’s short story “The Black Cat,” about a man who plunges ever deeper … Read more

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Saints Make the Nation

It’s not hard to be depressed if you’re a conservative Catholic in 2021 America. That’s especially the case if, like me, you marvel at a country that seems to have radically changed in just a single generation. If a drag queen had shown up at my public elementary school in suburban Northern Virginia in the … Read more


To Be “Pro-Choice” Is to Be Anti-Catholic

The Washington Post recently published an op-ed by Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone of San Francisco defending the many Catholic bishops who have publicly considered barring pro-choice Catholic politicians from the Eucharist. But Archbishop Cordileone went a step further: he declared his support for the recent anti-abortion legislation in Texas, including praising the Lone Star State for … Read more

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