It is almost in an atmosphere of the Emperor’s New Clothes that we dare to comment on the recent death of Michael Jackson. As the eulogies come streaming in from all sides, highlighting his musical career and bizarre personal life, … Continue reading
“I love vulgarity. Good taste is death, vulgarity is life.”These words by English fashion designer Mary Quant, who took credit for inventing the miniskirt and hot pants, reveal one of the most important, though rarely pointed out, aspects of the … Continue reading
With the advance of radical secularism into practically every sector of public life, America may seem doomed to an agnostic future that would further degenerate morality and undermine its economy and future position in the world. Such is the danger … Continue reading
Battling for America’s Soul How Homosexual “Marriage” Threatens Our Nation and Faith—the TFP Urges Lawful and Conscientious Resistance Within the perspective of the nation’s Cultural War, Americans felt the full force of two actions favoring the homosexual … Continue reading
A parish priest that I know, like a good shepherd, ever vigilant for his flock, recommended, Turn Off Your Mind, to me to gain a better understanding of the depths of the cultural and moral crisis afflicting our society. This … Continue reading
The truth is refreshing. This is much more so in our day and age when it has become fashionable to distort and hide it, or even deny that it exists. Thus, when someone claims to “lay it on the line” … Continue reading
So many students and parents had trusted Notre Dame’s new president, Fr. John I. Jenkins, would restore moral order on campus by stopping two blatant anti-Catholic events from occurring year after year: “Queer Film Festival” and “V-Monologues.” However, hopes that … Continue reading
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