IHE Voices

IHE Voices is a select group of our scholars and fellows sharing insights drawn from Catholic resources with our fellow citizens and the media to advance the common goods of the Church and our country. Consistent with the tradition of American Catholics who came before us, we offer guidance for robust civic engagement especially in conversations affecting religious freedom, the flourishing of families and communities, and the truth that every human being is made in the image and likeness of God.

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August 29, 2022

Catholics, Log Off

The fight against Lucifer was going pretty well – until the devilish enginery appeared. As John Milton depicts the battle of Satan’s rebellious angels against the […]
August 26, 2022

Biden is Failing to Defend Religious Freedom Abroad

This past Thursday there was an interesting exchange between White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and a correspondent for the Catholic Eternal World Television Network. When Jean-Pierre was asked about the White […]
August 23, 2022

In the Post-Dobbs Era, Universities Must Step Up to Support Pregnant Students

The first post-Dobbs academic year is arriving and abortion advocates and even some universities have assured students that they will support abortion access in every creative way possible. 


Latest Articles

The Dobbs decision has provided yet another opportunity for commentators deeply unfamiliar with Catholic…
“Is the Catholic Church under attack?” reads the headline of a recent article by Slate’s Molly Olmstead.
The Economist recently ran a lead article arguing that if the Catholics “want to reduce the scourge of sexual abuse…
Charles De Koninck is known for participating in an acrimonious debate about the character of the common good and Catholic…
Since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and sent the abortion debate back to the states, pro-abortion zealots have…
“Nationalism” and “national” are words embraced by some on the American Right recently. But what do they mean and are they compatible with Christianity?