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January 1, 1970 Archives

Douglas Bandow on the maybe not-so-bad news from Election ’06 Nevertheless, pro-life votes were lost. However, over the long term the drop in GOP abortion opponents might be balanced by the rise in the number of pro-life Democrats. So far […]

Everything’s relative…I suppose. From the Gonzaga student paper: The Gregorian Schola, which sings the music for the Gregorian chant Mass in the Jesuit House Chapel, provides a refreshing break from the traditional Catholic Mass. Jeffrey Tucker comments More good stuff […]

As you know, the Pope had a meeting yesterday with the heads of Curial dicasteries, inspired, apparently, by the Milingo situation. The official account of the meeting: This morning, Nov. 16, in the Apostolic Palace, the Holy Father presided over […]

Elizabeth Lev points out some connections: The Patrons of the Vatican Museums were formed in 1983 as an international society organized from within the Holy See institution. The Patrons were dedicated to supporting and maintaining the art of the Vatican […]

John Allen has been in Ireland the past couple of days and reports on a chat with Archbishop Diarmiud Martin of Dublin: (remember, the bishops of Ireland recently concluded their ad limina visit in Rome, in which the topic of […]

Honestly, here’s a story that the Catholic press needs to pick up. It’s pretty awesome. Gene Yang is an artist and comic book author who’s been on my radar for a couple of years now. He’s sent me copies of […]

Dimitri Cavalli, in today’s WSJ: The town of Bridgeport, W.Va. (pop. 7,300), recently became the site of the latest skirmish in the culture wars. Americans United for the Separation of Church and State and the West Virginia chapter of the […]