02/1/17

What Happened to American Liberalism? – Crisis Magazine

In an obscure article entitled “Catholics and Liberals: Decline of Détente,” in America magazine in 1974, the eminent Catholic scholar and historian James Hitchcock discussed a profound change that had occurred in American liberalism and argued that its new thinking put it increasingly at odds with Catholicism. Hitchcock was one of a number of writers …

Source: What Happened to American Liberalism? – Crisis Magazine

11/17/16

State Election Results: Church Won on Abortion, but Lost on Other Issues | ncregister.com

Assisted suicide, pro-death penalty and legalized marijuana ballot measures were approved, but pro-life candidates performed well overall.

Source: State Election Results: Church Won on Abortion, but Lost on Other Issues | ncregister.com

11/15/16

Put Not Your Trust in Princes – Crisis Magazine

Now that the election is over, the nation’s attention turns to the Trump presidency. Leaving the stage is an administration that made it public policy to assault religious institutions. Many Catholics supported Mr. Trump in the hope that he could secure the future of the Supreme Court and end the more anti-religious policies of the …

Source: Put Not Your Trust in Princes – Crisis Magazine

10/17/16

When We Subordinate Our Christian Principles – Crisis Magazine

“I die in the Catholic Apostolic and Roman religion, that of my fathers, that in which I was brought up, and which I have always professed” wrote Queen Marie Antoinette in the early morning hours before her execution on October 16, 1793. She penned these words in her final letter, written to her sister-in-law Princess …

Source: When We Subordinate Our Christian Principles – Crisis Magazine

03/24/16

Pepsi, Visa, and Chevron are Exempt From HHS Mandate, But Little Sisters of the Poor are Not | LifeNews.com

The Obama administration has been unrelenting in its fight to force a group of Catholic nuns to violate their beliefs and pay for abortion-causing drugs and con

Source: Pepsi, Visa, and Chevron are Exempt From HHS Mandate, But Little Sisters of the Poor are Not | LifeNews.com