There are many reasons attributed to American decline over the past decades. One may look at moral, economic, political, and cultural factors — and many have. To be sure, all of these play their part. But in, with, and under … Continue reading
A few months ago, in response to an article of mine on the Habsburgs, I faced what German-speakers have dubbed an “Online-Lynchmobb,” courtesy of Twitter. The puerile nature of the attacks drove me through the roof! Difference of opinion is … Continue reading
Even if they have never participated in one, probably all regular visitors to the SBC website know that every January a massive pro-life demonstration, the March for Life, takes place in Washington, D.C. Ordinary people, if not our coastal elites, … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, Carrie Gress: This 4th of July it seems appropriate to look at one of the great contributors to American Independence. Polish-born General Tadeusz Kościuszko is no stranger to history buffs, but to many Americans today his contribution … Continue reading
Catholic World Report, Bradley J. Birzer: Natural law, common law, natural rights, and localism—all so dear to the Founding—existed in 1776, simply put, because of the Catholic Church. Article is here.
A couple of weeks ago President Trump formally launched his campaign for reelection and the crowded field of Democrats seeking their party’s presidential nomination have had their first television debate. Election year 2020 is upon us. That makes this a … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Tradition-loving Catholics are not all agreed on questions concerning the founding of the American Republic, and we at Catholicism.org are well aware that Dr. Kwasniewski’s opinion, as expressed in the first paragraph of his article, will be considered … Continue reading
TFP Joseph Ferrara : I am a volunteer for the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP), I have been privileged to hear testimonies of many miraculous interventions of grace in the lives of countless souls. One … Continue reading
Get Religion, Terry Mattingly: What made Creole chef Leah Chase so unique? There’s at least two ways to look at that question. You can ask, “What made her famous at the national level?” Fame is important, especially a person’s life … Continue reading
ChurchMilitant: Eight years after finding a shattered statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary next to a dumpster in Grand Rapids, Michigan, thousands of Catholics process it through the streets of Chicago as a beacon of hope. On Friday, several thousand people processed … Continue reading
Charlotte Was Both, Amy Welborn:: Men of Galilee, why are you standing here looking at the sky? No matter what the current structure of the American episcopacy tells us, today is Ascension Thursday. Sorry. It just is. That question up there is from … Continue reading
CNSNews, Michael W. Chapman: On Tuesday, May 21, Brazil’s conservative President Jair Bolsonaro participated in a ceremony at the presidential palace where government officials, clergy, and two bishops consecrated Brazil — the largest country in South America with 135 million … Continue reading
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