Princeton professor explains why he and some friends have decided to proclaim June as the month in which Americans collectively recommit themselves to fidelity.
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According to the noted Catholic scholar, the political anger now enveloping the nation has its roots in the rise of the counterculture in the 1960s.
Confined to hearth and home, humans are doing what humans have always done: making things.
Health experts have warned that the U.S. healthcare system could soon be overwhelmed with new hospitalizations as the virus spreads, and face a shortage of beds and necessary equipment such as ventilators.
EDITORIAL: Religious communities are in the crosshairs of extremist forces fueled by grotesque ideologies and personal grievances
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The Princeton professor, a leading voice for civil discourse, discusses the polarized state of America.
First appointed to the commission by President Obama in 2014, Father Reese succeeds Robert George as its chairman.
Robert George, the commission’s chairman, said on April 20, ‘The CPC designation brings with it a unique toolbox of policy options to effectively promote religious freedom, and USCIRF encourages the administration to use these tools.’