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If weak men produce hard times, shouldn’t the avoidance of this be paramount in our minds? After two millennia of Christianity, shouldn’t the Church have a formula for avoiding this? In fact, she does.

If weak men produce hard times, shouldn’t the avoidance of this be paramount in our minds? After two millennia of Christianity, shouldn’t the Church have a formula for avoiding this? In fact, she does.

Feminism—and the devaluing of motherhood—is a diabolically clever strategy to destabilize the family. To counter this, we need to honor the archetype of motherhood, plain and simple.

Boycotting Disney can revolutionize a family’s entire approach to children’s entertainment. It can become an opportunity to introduce our children to a greater wealth of stories.

Autists know that too often campaigns to eradicate autism are, in fact, campaigns to eradicate them.

Our church desperately needs priests willing to be victims and martyrs - willing to give up all to protect their sheep.

Any critique of gender equality triggers not just “woke” activists but many conservatives, too. But should Catholics view the role of women in society differently?

What children stand to gain in home education is the ability to be real children, innocent and not yet deformed by antisocial technology.

The experiences of the first Christians should teach us not to put unnecessary burdens on our brothers and sisters, such as vaccines that violate one's conscience.

Christians no longer even understand what the Eighth Day means, but reclaiming such ideas like the Eighth Day is no small part in the requisite work for the restoration of Christian culture.

Today there is a great silence and stillness because our King is asleep. But, even while asleep, our King is working.

In the Passion of Jesus, we see the most atrocious bitterness which He embraced for our salvation, yet he was totally abandoned to His Father's Will.

On this Holy Thursday night there can be no peace. For a treachery of cosmic magnitude has been perpetrated. The Son of Man has been betrayed with a kiss. Where there is sin, peace becomes a stranger.

God takes our suffering entirely upon Himself, bearing it away in the fire of an infinite love. Who else but a God of love would dare to take on the world’s dereliction?

As we enter into Holy Week, we do well to ponder that fantastic integration of God and man and how it came to pass that perfection itself was so maligned and rejected. 

A recent book on Catholic economics is unfortunately neither faithfully Catholic or competently economic.

A life lived on red pills is an unstable way of being. We spend the whole time tearing things down and disbelieving things so that we leave little room to build things up and to believe in real things

The 1966 bishops' decision to drop Friday abstinence hasn’t borne fruit. Like the barren fig tree, there seems to be good reason to cut it down and clear the ground.  

There is a whole host of sins when “married” homosexual men rent the wombs of surrogates to procure babies for themselves.

Covid revealed that many modern Christians had the same fear of death as the pagans of old.

Our world is awash in idolatry, from the "hard" idolatry of Pachamama to the "soft" idolatry of our smartphone obsession and celebrity culture. This widespread idolatry might be caused by something you wouldn’t suspect.

One theme among some conservatives has been the role of Russia as a sort of holy scourge of a decadent West. But the answer to Western problems is not salvation by way of Eastern Orthodoxy.

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