By James H. Toner, The Catholic Thing - Around thirty years ago, the redoubtable Father Richard John Neuhaus (1936-2009) asked and answered the question that is the title of this column. My present task is not to try to improve upon one of Father Neuhaus’s typically gleaming essays, but only to remind readers of it, and refer them to it... Father Neuhaus answered the question in the negative: atheists cannot be good citizens. The kinds of atheists he described thirty years ago, however, are no longer merely “present.” Rather, they dominate our intellectual and moral discourse.
By Samantha Stephenson, Crisis Magazine - The family has been dismantled, monogamy is reviled, and promiscuity is the norm. Parents are obsolete. The government indoctrinates and raises our children, and it keeps the population subdued through widespread state-sanctioned drug use. Reproduction has moved to the laboratory: new generations are genetically engineered into varying social classes and are industrially grown.
By Kim Tisor, Church Militant - More than 2 million illegal immigrants crossed into the United States through Mexico last year. That number doesn't include those who evaded Border Patrol, but it does include countless unaccompanied children. Many of those minors were transported to Florida, where a war of words has erupted between the state's top leader and the Sunshine State's leading Catholic. Church Militant's Kim Tisor explains... The Catholic spokeswoman for Florida's Catholic governor is going after archbishop of Miami, Thomas Wenski, for twisting words.
By Jim Hof, The Gateway Pundit - Both CDC and Pfizer have recently issued a public warning about “blood clots.”... Last February 10, the CDC issued a warning normalizing the idea that young adults and healthy athletes develop blood clots... Of course, no one has ever heard of this frequent phenomenon before the COVID vaccines...