Elites and Peasants: What is ‘Stakeholder Capitalism’? by Lincoln BrownJuly 1, 2022
As Law, Roe Was a Bad Ruling That Always Had to Go, by Michael BrownJuly 1, 2022
Burrill, who resigned in July 2021 as General Secretary of the USCCB, clearly wanted a hidden life, and now he should have one. Instead, he has been restored to public ministry.
By Andrew Petiprin, Catholic World Report, June 15, 2022
Andrew Petiprin is the Venerable Fulton J. Sheen Fellow of Popular Culture at the Word on Fire Institute
The late Sir Roger Scruton once wrote about the “religious imposter” Tartuffe, an archetypal character from a play by the seventeenth-century French comedic playwright Molière. “Tartuffe is not simply a hypocrite,” Scruton said, “who pretends to ideals that he does not believe in. He is a fabricated person, who believes in his own ideals since he is just as illusory as they are.” The infinite avatars we can create behind the apps on our screens make our true selves easier to ignore; and among Christian leaders, these fakers prop up a culture of deceit that leads to systemic failure. …