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Tradition, the Church, and the World

I remember 9/11 at Catholic World Report.

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The Church in the new America

What should Catholics do in the new woke and globalized America? I discuss at Catholic World Report.

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Trads and normies

I deliver a lecture on how Catholic traditionalists look to non-traditionalists at the Roman Forum 2021 conference.

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Pope Francis and faith in historical evolution

How Catholic is Francis in his view of how the world works and how Hegelian or Marxist? I puzzle over his views at Catholic World Report.

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The pluribus and the unum

I puzzle over the One and the Many in government, at Catholic World Report.

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What to do? Views from the past

In the late ’40s the Church was facing the same basic situation she is now. I compare some reactions then and now at Catholic World Report.

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Left, Right, and Church teaching: seasonal reflections on politics

Why do religious and political positions align so closely? Some reflections at Catholic World Report.

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The Church and the suicide of the West

Why is the West killing itself? I discuss at Catholic World Report.

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What kind of tyranny?

What’s the basic nature of current tyranny? I discuss at Catholic World Report.

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Identity and Catholicism

What’s the relation between basic identitarian thought and Catholicism? I discuss at Catholic World Report.

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Wokeness and Catholicism

What is the relation between wokeness and Catholicism? I discuss at Catholic World Report.

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What has gone wrong?

I discuss why we are where we are politically and where it’s likely to go at Catholic World Report.

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Is America good or evil?

It’s a strange question, but people ask it. I discuss at Catholic World Report.

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Industrial-strength problems

I complain about industrial society at Catholic World Report.

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A secular society?

I argue at Catholic World Report that secularist commitments simply mean that the established religion will be irrational.

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Vatican II: a lawyer's perspective

Did it make sense to put 3,000 guys from all over the world who don’t know each other in a room together, tell them to write long discussions of God, the world, and everything, and make the results law for the universal Church? I discuss in Crisis Magazine.

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What are the “Deep State” and “Deep Church”?

I discuss the Deep State and Deep Church in Catholic World Report.

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Social justice as a religion

A skeptical account of many churchmen’s embrace of modish standards in Catholic World Report.

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Truth, justice, and the mystery of evil

How do we deal with such things? I discuss in Catholic World Report.

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A return to real pluralism?

I discuss Michael Lind’s new book in Catholic World Report.

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