So why do Synodality, Social Justice, and other utopian schemes fall on their faces? And how can we make our efforts more productive? I discuss at Catholic World Report.
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Another problem for which Vatican II was responsible is what one might call the gentrification of Catholic culture. The fact that Europe’s working classes had largely abandoned Catholicism by the late 1950s enabled Vatican II
I make the pitch for mild Catholic separatism in my current column at Catholic World Report.
That’s the title of my latest column at Catholic World Report. It tells us that Christendom is always with us.
My latest at Catholic World Report suggests that secular liberalism won’t have the staying power effectually to suppress Catholicism.
Here’s another piece at Crisis, this one about the necessity of the Church as an independent institution in an age of Gleichschaltung.
There’s some more of my hand-wringing on the topic over at Catholic World Report.