R.R. Reno is editor of First Things.
Strange times: We diet to narrow our waists, but we think our sexual desires fixed and unalterable.Continue Reading »
The cultural revolution of the Sixties was brewing in the Fifties. Bourgeois hypocrisy was no longer sincere. Discrete winks were on their way to head shaking nods.Continue Reading »
Let’s not kid ourselves. Vices leave lasting scars. Repentance cauterizes; it does not erase.Continue Reading »
Some people are so lucky that they are indifferent to the good fortune luck provides.Continue Reading »
Death may punctuate, but life’s the sentence.Continue Reading »
Stanley Fish wears fancy spurs, but he never rides outside the circus ring.Continue Reading »
A lesson of modernity: The brutalities of ignorance are not as extreme and destructive as the inhumanities of theory.Continue Reading »