R.R. Reno is editor of First Things.
R. R. Reno
In mid-July, Pope Francis issued Traditionis Custodes, a motu proprio concerning what’s popularly known as the Latin Mass. A motu proprio functions in papal administration much as do executive orders in our government. The aim of this papal directive is to curtail the . . . . Continue Reading »
Since the Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade in 1973, more than 60 million Americans have been killed. Their blood cries out from the ground for justice. Ours is a God of mercy, not retribution. But let us not test his patience. Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, currently . . . . Continue Reading »
When a society is chanting “health, health, health,” Christian leaders must be on their guard. Continue Reading »
Whatever one thinks about how the exit was handled, the Biden administration has done what we should have done years ago: admit defeat and come home. Continue Reading »
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The woke revolutionaries get the headlines. A psychologist speaking at Yale fantasizes about killing “white people.” Princeton’s classics department eliminates Latin and Greek as requirements for undergraduate majors. The media bombard us with warnings about “white supremacy.” It’s easy . . . . Continue Reading »
The time is coming, perhaps soon, when our elites will suppress the American flag and wave all the more insistently the rainbow substitute. Continue Reading »
Ensure that First Things remains a strong voice—a voice against the perversions of our time, yes, but more importantly, a voice that can lead us to a better future. Continue Reading »
We need to recognize political realities while working against today’s abortion regime.
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