Are Youth Hopelessly Addicted to e-Books?

There is a tendency among older people to write off youth as enthusiastic supporters of all that is modern in today’s culture. If something is traditional, it is assumed that young people are against it. This is especially true in … Continue reading

To Send a Package, Just Ask a Priest

As I traveled up the interstate toward Washington, D.C., my colleague suddenly realized that he had left some items behind in the hotel room where we had stayed. It was too late to return to the place, but he really … Continue reading

The Apostolic Strategy of Blessed Pius IX

The Nineteenth Century: Ravished by Modernism and Rationalism It is not easy for someone today to have a clear idea of the devastation which rationalism and modernism wrought on European and American society throughout the nineteenth century. At that time, … Continue reading

Faithful Catholics Reject V-Monologues at Notre Dame

Once again, controversy is dividing the University of Notre Dame. Catholics everywhere applauded Bishop John D’Arcy’s recent condemnation of the crude “V-Monologues” at Notre Dame, hoping it would convince university officials to ban the feminist play. After all, the production … Continue reading

Defending a Higher Law Now Available In Polish

When the American TFP launched its hard-hitting book against same-sex “marriage” in February 2004, it hoped to spread the book far and wide. With three editions, Defending a Higher Law: Why We Must Resist Same-sex “Marriage” and the Homosexual Movement … Continue reading

Ten Questions and No Answers

  Ten questions. It seemed so simple. In an academic atmosphere like George Washington University, ten questions should have had all the makings of a grand debate. It all started when the International Socialist Organization (ISO) announced it would be … Continue reading