Tyranny Isn’t Culture

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Pope John Paul II, perhaps the most admired pope of the twentieth century, made a name for himself as a symbol of freedom and liberty. He gave moral sustenance for…
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Where the Pope’s Divisions Stop

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There was once a time when talk about the supposed influence of the Pope was a staple of American politics. In the 19th century, anti-Catholic rhetoric was commonplace, notably when…
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The Real Anti-Semitic Threat

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Last week the Vatican continued its commemorations of the 50th anniversary of the Nostra Aetate declaration with a new document enjoining Catholics not to attempt to convert Jews and to…
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Pope Francis on the Goal of Politics

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As Pope Francis concludes his six-day visit to America, there’s been plenty of commentary on his speeches, including his historic address to the United States Congress. Some of the political positions Pope…
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