Papers, Essays and Research

RECONSIDERING THE DALLAS CHARTER

June 23, 2011

June Catalyst 2011 Fr. Michael P. Orsi The following recounts what happened to an innocent priest from New Jersey in the wake of the bishops’ conference that took place in 2002. Just a few months after it was exposed that the Boston Archdiocese was deeply involved in a cover-up of priestly sexual abuse, the bishops assembled in Dallas. The June meeting... [Read more...]

Partial Transcript of “The View”

November 23, 2009

Whoopi Goldberg:  Now, Congressman Patrick Kennedy said he was asked by a Rhode Island bishop to stop receiving communion because of his stance on abortion.  The Church has been sparring with lawmakers about restrictions in the health care bill.  But, is this the right tactic to do?  To say that you cannot come and take communion? When on one... [Read more...]

A Notre Dame Witness for Life

June 19, 2009

Bill McGurn June 2009 This article is an excerpt from a recent speech given by Bill McGurn to Notre Dame’s Center for Ethics and Culture Good evening… The precipitate cause of our gathering tonight is the honor and platform our university has extended to a President whose policies reflect clear convictions about unborn life, and about the value... [Read more...]

Obama and Notre Dame

June 19, 2009

Bill Donohue June 2009 When I first learned that President Barack Obama was invited to give the commencement address and receive an honorary law degree at the University of Notre Dame, I walked into McGeever’s pub and told the boys that they would not believe which Catholic university was going to honor the president. “Don’t tell me Notre Dame,”... [Read more...]

Catholic Left Has Lost Its Moorings

May 22, 2009

Bill Donohue May 2009 Throughout American history, there has been an uneasy relationship between those on the left side of the political spectrum who are religious,  and those who are secular. It has been obvious that the two groups share the same politics, but just as obvious has been their point of departure—the origin of their values is quite... [Read more...]

Books of Interest

May 19, 2009

Catholic League May 2009 Recently, there have been quite a few books published that may be of interest to Catholic League members. In many cases, the publishing house is not big and it is therefore easy to overlook them. That is why we decided to give the following books a push: all deserve more attention than they have received thus far. The New Ecumenism:... [Read more...]

Engaging an Alien World

May 19, 2009

Kathryn Jean Lopez May 2009  American Babylon: Notes of a Christian Exile by Richard John Neuhaus (New York: Basic Books, 2009) To order call 1-800-343-4499 or order online at www.perseusbooksgroup.com In the late Father Richard John Neuhaus’s American Babylon, the author cites his friend, the late Avery Cardinal Dulles, whose funeral at St. Patrick’s... [Read more...]

Catholic Left Has Lost Its Moorings

May 19, 2009

Bill Donohue May 2009 Throughout American history, there has been an uneasy relationship between those on the left side of the political spectrum who are religious,  and those who are secular. It has been obvious that the two groups share the same politics, but just as obvious has been their point of departure—the origin of their values is quite... [Read more...]

Busy on All Fronts

April 19, 2009

William Donohue April 2009 Last December I wrote a president’s desk piece titled, “Culture War Ready to Explode.” I predicted that the election of Barack Obama would occasion a fierce battle between traditionalists and modernists, and that was because many of those in the latter category will “see in his victory a golden opportunity to wage... [Read more...]

Psychology’s Religion Problem

April 19, 2009

Pauline Magee-Egan April 2009 Psychology’s War on Religion, edited by Nicholas Cummings, et al. (Phoenix, Arizona: Zeig, Tucker & Theisen, 2009) Order online at www.zeigtucker.com or call 1-800-666-2211 The editors of this important volume have assembled the writings of various experts to comment on several religions and the impact of psychology’s... [Read more...]

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