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Archive for the ‘Catholicism’ Category

  • Irish Need Not Apply

    Posted on July 10, 2018

    My grandfather (on my Dad’s side) voted against FDR four times. But as an Irish American, he was an anomaly. My mother’s side of the family was much more typical....

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  • Political purgatory

    Posted on September 26, 2016

    (Published in The Hill) “Purgatory is for people in the middle. For those not evil enough to go straight to Hell. For those not pure enough to go straight to...

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  • Francis Judges Trump?

    Posted on February 19, 2016

    “Who am I to judge?” Pope Francis famously asked that question early on in his tenure when a reporter asked him about homosexuality. Of course, the job of Pope is...

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  • Trump As the Defender of the Faith

    Posted on January 19, 2016

    On 17 October 1521, Pope Leo X declared King Henry VIII the Fidei Defensor or Defender of the Faith. The Pope was more than a bit desperate. Martin Luther had...

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  • Bill Buckley: Now More Than Ever

    Posted on January 15, 2016

    When Ted Cruz attacked Donald Trump for exhibiting New York values, Trump reminded his younger rival that the Big Apple wasn’t all bad and that it indeed has produced some...

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