Public and Religious Education: L’État, C’est Tout
Anthony Esolen, Public Discourse

There is no good reason to be suspicious of people of faith. There is every reason to encourage them and to be grateful for them, because even by worldly standards they make good citizens. But the State does not want to keep separate from the churches. It wants to absorb them.

Just Another Saul
Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, Preachers Institute

The Bible does not explain why the name of Saul, the early persecutor of Christians, was changed to Paul, but also the Bible does not discourage speculation on the point. Undiscouraged, then, let us speculate.

The Christian Calling to Citizenship
Jennifer A. Marshall, The Gospel Coalition

To apply a Christian worldview to questions of public policy isn’t self-interested. It’s serving our neighbor.

When Cultural Radicals speak of “diversity,” they mean no such thing
Msgr. Charles Pope, Archdiocese of Washington

The reaction well demonstrates that when leftist cultural radicals speak of “diversity,” they don’t mean it in any fair minded or straight forward definition of the word.