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Poland's Moment

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April 2, the eighteenth anniversary of John Paul II’s death, was a cold, rainy day in Poland. Yet upwards of 50,000 Poles descended upon Warsaw in a march defending St. John Paul II against slander.  Continue Reading »

An Alternative to Terror

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One of Budapest’s top tourist destinations is the Terror Haza, a harrowing museum in the former headquarters first of the Arrow Cross fascists who collaborated with the Nazis and, later, of Hungary’s Stalinist secret police. Valerie Miké’s new study of the little-known Catholic worker movement in twentieth-century Hungary shows a shining alternative to Terror Haza. Continue Reading »