Just war morality demands that ethical judgements must take into account certain cold, unrelenting, and frustratingly immovable facts. Wisdom matters.
Marc LiVeccheSeptember 2, 2023
Education in a free society is aimed at morally forming men and women of character capable of helping that free society to flourish
Marc LiVeccheAugust 24, 2023
We must always foster a love that has a capacity for forgiveness with a vigilance to observe and enforce the law.
James RowellJuly 11, 2023
We need to become outposts of intellectual seriousness and Christian virtue and moral sanity that expose the darkness of our generation.
Joseph LoconteMay 30, 2023
Patriotism is part of our repertoire of civic ideals and identities, as Jean Bethke Elshtain reminded us. While its excesses and perversions are to be lamented, Patriotism rightly perceived yields a concern for the moral tenor of one’s culture.
J. Daryl CharlesOctober 25, 2022
if the flooding of the frontlines by unprepared new recruits results in exorbitant Russian casualties, the true effect may be to make Russia’s armed forces look weaker than ever.
Simon MaassSeptember 26, 2022
American audiences are still hungry for cinematic portrayals of the old virtues: patriotism, heroism, courage, and self-sacrifice
Marc LiVeccheSeptember 22, 2022
As Promisel and Russell have argued, the Catholic Church’s teaching on solidarity should serve as a signpost for the US to navigate the next pandemic
Lee TrepanierAugust 24, 2022
Frightened or not, the good must stand between the innocent and the wolves.
Marc LiVeccheJuly 13, 2022
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