December 03, 2021
Whatever Happened to Tradition?: History, Belonging and the Future of the West by Tim Stanley Bloomsbury, £20, 266 pages ________ In recent years, the “post-liberal” perspective has dominated religious thought and has also gained a foothold in political circles. The American Catholic journalist Sohrab Ahmari has recently brought such thinking to a wider audience. Now
April 10, 2021
A growing number of Catholics reject something they think is liberal society, because it doesn't enforce the Catholic moral vision. They don't see that we have good reason to value liberalism, which protects Catholics as much as anyone else.
January 25, 2018
Never mind integralism. The Church and its members can show civil society the path out of the present crisis
January 18, 2018
In our age of extremes, some Catholics seem eager to attack liberalism. The implications are worrying
January 11, 2018
The saint's writings can help Catholics to judge regimes as more or less ideal
January 05, 2018
Ross Douthat and others hope for a stable truce between Christianity and aggressive liberalism. That's just wishful thinking
June 15, 2017
A roundup of commentary on the Lib Dem leader's decision to step down
January 13, 2017
Most people instinctively feel threatened by the postmodern redefinition of gender. Their instincts are correct
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