November 14, 2022

Be Strong and Courageous: Our Post-Midterms Charge

REALCLEAR RELIGION By: Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Results from the midterm elections have several states now providing legal safe haven for the gruesome act of abortion. The response […]
November 14, 2022

Institutions Have Consequences

LAW & LIBERTY By: James M. Patterson Since Russell Kirk and Richard Weaver published their canonical texts on American conservatism, subsequent authors have felt compelled to […]
November 10, 2022

‘Life Is Hard’ Review: Suffering Gladly

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL We are born to suffer. But we can still live well, not in spite of our suffering but in full acknowledgment of […]
November 8, 2022

Euphemisms like ‘Restore Roe’ Mislead Americans on U.S. Abortion Law

THE WASHINGTON TIMES Democrats’ radical support for late-term, on-demand abortion By: Elizabeth Kirk Restore Roe! This is the rallying cry throughout the country as we head into […]
October 30, 2022

Isolationism May be Tempting, but it is Utopian – and Dangerous

THE HILL By: Jakub Grygiel Isolationism is tempting. We may look at the world and see distant wars as local squabbles that, tragic as they may […]
October 12, 2022

Young Catholics Must Avoid Secularism as well as Sectarianism

THE WASHINGTON TIMES Believers need the intellectual tools to reject both By: Andrea Picciotti-Bayer  As our society becomes ever more contemptuous of religious belief, young Catholics […]
October 10, 2022

Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)

NATIONAL REVIEW By: Jack Butler No, it’s not just a Journey song (and the only good one, in my view; I would be fine with never hearing “Don’t […]
September 30, 2022

The Best Way to Combat Putin’s Nuclear Threats

WSJ | OPINION The U.S. shouldn’t intervene directly, but it should help Ukraine develop a credible deterrent. By: Jakub Grygiel Vladimir Putin has again threatened to use […]
September 22, 2022

Religious Liberty Must Prevail for Yeshiva University

Real Clear Religion By: Andrea Picciotti-Bayer When my son recently began his first year in college, I kept my advice simple: make friends, have fun, and […]