COMMENTARY: Assessing the midterms
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COMMENTARY: It seems more likely now that we are indeed facing, as Cardinal Karol Wojtyla said in 1976, the greatest historical confrontation humanity has gone through.
COMMENTARY: President Kennedy’s younger brother was considered the most devout among the Kennedy men.
COMMENTARY: Among the worst of Castro’s crimes and legacies, consider what he did to religious faith in this once-great Catholic nation.
COMMENTARY: The president and pontiff met several times.
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COMMENTARY: The confluence of their efforts changed the century and the world for the better.
COMMENTARY: To the children at Fatima 100 years ago, St. Faustina and millions of Catholics worldwide, hell is real. And, scary as such visions are, they echo a positive urgency to mercy.
Author Paul Kengor discusses A Pope and a President.
COMMENTARY: The true Obama legacy has occurred not in economics, government, or foreign policy, but in culture.
COMMENTARY: How Catholic voters decided the 2016 presidential election.
COMMENTARY: As physical fitness has recently become an issue in the 2016 presidential race, it's worth looking at past presidents who took ill during their service.
COMMENTARY: Mother Teresa saw in Hillary a potentially huge convert to the pro-life cause, and never gave up, but to no avail.
COMMENTARY: Although Nancy Reagan, who died March 6, favored astrology and embryonic stem-cell research, she was nevertheless an extraordinarily devoted wife and a huge admirer of St. John Paul II.
COMMENTARY: The judge stood tall against secular progressivism, corporate America and fellow Catholics who elect people who take down family and marriage.
COMMENTARY: Thirty years ago, the duo wrote words of wisdom worth paying attention to today.