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These Are Not Riots, But a Revolution

In the face of the violence and rioting rocking America, we face a painful reality. While all must deplore the death of George Floyd, we must recognise that the riots reflect a society in crisis, not bad law enforcement policies or “systemic” injustice. We need to acknowledge a much greater problem than racism — which …

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Why Young People Are Attracted to the Sublime

Liberal writers have trouble explaining the attraction young people have for religion, especially in its more traditional forms. This attraction is not supposed to exist. It short-circuits the logic of their exhausted narratives. Young people should be drawn to revolutionary narratives that preach division and equality. History, liberals say, is a succession of power struggles …

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Three Themes Needed to Recover from the Coronavirus Crisis

The coronavirus crisis is turning our lives upside down. The shutdown’s economic impact will be extremely severe. However, we should hope for a profound religious turnaround as we struggle to find meaning in the events around us. Much of the media seeks to reduce the crisis to natural causes. Its apocalyptic character, though, thrusts us …

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Warning! A Virus Threatens The Future of The West and Christian Civilization

The Catholic Concept of the Common Good Is the Antidote to the Pandemic’s Ideological Manipulation     The world now faces a turning point in history that will define generations to come. In addition to the suffering and death toll, the coronavirus pandemic might trigger the greatest changes that humanity has faced in Christianity’s two …

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Coronavirus and the “Changed” Theology on Creation

The Church has had some difficulty interpreting the pandemic crisis from a theological viewpoint. This is because contemporary theology has replaced the traditional conception of God’s Creation, according to which He created everything out of nothing and produced a whole collection of things mysteriously ordered for salvation. Contemporary theology no longer accepts this vision of …

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Why We Must Oppose the Satanic Offensive

In this age of complete relativism, some uphold the “right” to practice any aberration not only in the moral order but also in the spiritual sphere. Thus they advocate the supposed “right” of atheists and unbelievers—and even Satan worshippers! — to ostensibly display their hatred of Christianity. To many, such hateful displays are harmless manifestations …

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How to Revive the Notion of Good and Evil

The notion of good and evil can be revived in various ways, including: Avoiding all formulations that smack of secularist or inter-denominational morality, because secularism and inter-denominationalism logically lead to amorality. Opportunely pointing out that God has the right to be obeyed and that, therefore, His Commandments are true laws, which we ought to observe …

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The Impact of Religion on Education

Education and religion are often seen to be incompatible. There is an underlying notion inside the liberal education establishment that religious belief is backwards and contrary to enlightenment. Schools have long been viewed as gateways to a glorious secular and technological future, free of religious superstition. After all, the purpose of education is to make …

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