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Lent and technocracy

Those are the topics of my two most recent online columns, one at Crisis Magazine about how to infuse politics with a bit more soul, and one at Catholic World Report about why the Church can’t possibly use modern public language to speak to modern man.

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“How to maintain something higher than material interests and power as a basic principle of politics has therefore become an unsolved problem of today’s political life. In a radically secularist age like ours it may be one without a solution.” That last line is really something. I think how the pluralists and others advocating for a neutral state were confident the state could be so unthreatening.