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Walter Block Sets Loyola Diversity Officer Straight on Jesuit Values

In an email celebrating “Native American Heritage Month”, the Loyola University Chief Diversity Officer Sybol Anderson encouraged readers to take this time to “reflect upon our Jesuit values, such as inclusiveness and social justice …” This struck world-renowned economics Loyola… Continue Reading →

12th Century Mystic Versus 21st Century Atheist

Caesar Worship is the Default State of Mind

At the Federalist, I attempted to make the case that Christianity is so wound up in our socio-cultural experience its morality–as portrayed in the Ten Commandments–has shaped our minds in a similar way that language does. I also try to… Continue Reading →

One Can be a Good Catholic without Being a Libertarian, but Cannot be a Good Libertarian without Being a Good Catholic

I’m Mike, and I’m a libertarian Catholic. My path has been a long and winding one, with many stops along the way, but as my faith has deepened and the times have changed this two word phrase has best defined… Continue Reading →

It’s About Time Facebook Showed Some Support for the Noahic Covenant!

Know Thy Enemy: The Frankfurt School

If you’re going to win a war for hearts and minds, it’s important to know who you’re fighting. In the case of the war over Western Civilization, the enemy is the Frankfurt School, which with its poisonous fruits of political… Continue Reading →

The Independent Takes Jab at Church, Gets Schooled

Lest anyone think The Independent is a trustworthy news source: The headline implies that the Church is anti-science, when she has been the most pro-science institution in Western Civilization All of the Catholic scientists would agree, including the man who… Continue Reading →

Message of the Holy Father to the participants in the Plenary Session of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences

Here is the message that the Holy Father Francisco has sent to the participants in the Plenary Session of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences on Towards a Participatory Society: New Roads to Social and Cultural Integration (Casina Pio IV,… Continue Reading →

Joseph and the Lessons of Power

The book of Genesis tells us the story of Joseph, the son of Jacob, who lived in Canaan with his father and his brothers and had the God given ability to interpret dreams. His brothers, motivated by jealousy, decide to… Continue Reading →

Aloysius Stepinac

During his period as coadjutor archbishop and as Archbishop of Zagreb up to the German-led Axis invasion of Yugoslavia in April 1941, Stepinac made his views clear on a number of political and religious issues. Foremost among these statements were… Continue Reading →

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