Patrick Deneen’s 2014 article, “A Catholic Showdown Worth Watching,” now seems like ancient history. Its observations about the divide between…
Darryl HartJanuary 9, 2023
American conservatives have a paradoxical relationship with the Middle Ages – a relationship which today has reemerged as a fascinating cleavage on the American right.
James DiddamsOctober 18, 2022
The Christian challenge is to identify a role for good government to restrain evil alongside other God-given institutions while at the same time establishing robust means to check the evil of government.
Matthew T. MartensAugust 2, 2022
Thomism and liberalism are not hopeless enemies: a review of The Christian Structure of Politics: On the De Regno of Thomas Aquinas
Jeffrey CimminoAugust 1, 2022
Providence does not favor nations that imagine they can pursue holiness while escaping reality and responsibility.
Mark TooleyFebruary 17, 2022
This week the editors discuss Eric Patterson’s article about boycotting the Olympics, Lubomir Martin Ondrasek’s article about Václav Havel, and a New York Times editorial presenting an integralist foreign policy.
Mark Tooley & Marc LiVecche & Mark MeltonFebruary 11, 2022
This week the editors discuss articles about the Olympics, integralism and post-liberalism, and Taiwan.
Mark Tooley & Marc LiVecche & Mark MeltonFebruary 4, 2022
Late last year, Adrian Vermeule published “‘It Can’t Happen’; Or, the Poverty of Political Imagination,” an article that critiques what he calls the “futility trope” used by conservative critics of postliberalism.
James M. PattersonFebruary 2, 2022
Either Catholics consider the genius and limits of both Charles De Koninck and Jacques Maritain, or they disregard them both. The latter is unacceptable, given that surrendering the genius is too high a cost.
James M. PattersonDecember 22, 2021