COMMENTARY: Forty years ago, Soviet communists tried to turn out the lights. But like a candle in the White House window, Ronald Reagan and John Paul II and the people of Poland kept a flicker of hope alive.
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COMMENTARY: The Pope in 1946 warned of the new post-war enemy that survived Nazism and was seeking revolution and disorder: atheistic communism. And the best response to that ideology was what the U.S. represented.
“Thus Heaven I’ve forfeited, I know it full well,” Karl Marx wrote in a poem in 1837, a decade before his Manifesto. “My soul, once true to God, is chosen for Hell...”
COMMENTARY: The saint was convinced he was saved by the Blessed Mother’s intercession in 1981.
What might the likely election of Joe Biden as president mean for Catholics? This week on Register Radio, we talk to Register contributor Dr. Paul Kengor about the election and the Catholic vote. And then, we have our Editor’s Corner where we catch up on all of the most important news that you can’t miss.
COMMENTARY: The providential confluence of the two in 1980 is worth remembering as the US faces similar trials in 2020.
COMMENTARY: On Oct. 8, 1970, the Russian writer who exposed communism’s hatred for God was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
COMMENTARY: Why a past historical episode came to mind when learning of reports of espionage shenanigans against Pope Francis’ Vatican by the communist Chinese.