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June 30, 2021
June 30, 2021
Bishop Robert Barron asked Catholic Democrats if they would support laws protecting a baby who survived an abortion. They said no. How can you work with them? If Democratic legislators want true dialogue, they must move toward common ground by protecting a child that has already survived the traumatic attempt on its life.
June 30, 2021
This is the first of a weekly series from Anthony Esolen giving his top ten films in different categories. Readers are invited to give their own choices on the Catholic Herald‘s Facebook page. You are also invited to suggest topics for future lists.   Hollywood (and the English cinema) used to make a lot of
June 30, 2021
Michael de la Bedoyere was the editor of The Catholic Herald and a friend both of G. K. Chesterton’s and his biographer Maisie Ward. Here he reviews the biography, titled simply Gilbert Keith Chesterton, which appeared in early 1944. The full review can be read here. It appeared in the issue of 14 April 1944.  He
June 30, 2021
Tory Christian though he was, I think C. S. Lewis would have approved of Critical Race Theory, at least the way it understands human limitation and tries to get people to understand that they see the world a certain way, which blinds them to other ways. Lewis was a cold-blooded realist in the way he
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