While critics spew outrage, audiences are enjoying a show that doesn’t attempt to propagate a revision of the moral order, but rather recognizes and engages the human desire for ultimate justice when society’s institutions fail. Continue Reading »
The synodal process the Church has embarked on—if done well, and honestly, and without the “hermeneutic of rupture” that has dogged Catholic life since Vatican II—can lead to a renewal of Christian faith. Continue Reading »
The villains intent on snuffing out evolutionary adaptation through technocratic means are battling against nature itself. They are, in the name of preserving human nature, redefining it according to arbitrary will. Continue Reading »
The artificial “lady” is the problem; “rational creature” is the solution. Rational creatures are capable of exercising and growing in virtue, in cultivating habits that make heroism possible. Continue Reading »
While abortion was a constitutional right, there seemed little reason to wrestle with the issue in depth. One could be pro-life or pro-choice, but in practice this did not affect most individuals’ engagement in the wider life of the nation. That is no longer the case. Continue Reading »
Thus self-styled “pro-choice” advocates propose to constrain the choices available to women by driving compassionate and life-affirming care out of business through the porcine regulatory apparatus of the administrative state.
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America enjoys religious freedom because the framers understood that religion inculcates public morality. A free society, in which government intervention is limited, is not possible in a population enslaved to vice. Continue Reading »