A new generation of young men and women in China are challenging their country’s one-child policy
Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald

The internet is making it impossible for Chinese authorities to keep their shameful policy away from international scrutiny.

What Should Children Read?
Russell Kirk, Crisis Magazine

In recommending books to be read by young people from the age of seven to the age of twelve, this critic’s problem is not paucity, but plenitude. For the number of good books for young people is large, and it increases every year.

Protestants in Praise of Catholic Social Teaching
Hunter Baker and Jordan Ballor, Acton Institute

For people of faith, and even for people of no particular faith whatsoever, CST represents a praiseworthy model for responsible civil engagement in a diverse and plural culture.

Recovering a Culture that is Genuinely Catholic
Arland K. Nichols, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Surveys of Catholics reveal that a majority do not live in accord with, or simply do not know, their Catholic faith.