Richard Dawkins Follows the Science and Rejects the Transgender Illusion

Richard Dawkins Follows the Science and Rejects the Transgender Illusion

“An atheist is an egalitarian who, to avoid the absurdity of affirming that Man is God, commits the absurdity of declaring that God does not exist.” This description, provided by Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira in his Revolution and Counter-Revolution, aptly applies to the famous biologist Richard Dawkins. Dr. Dawkins is a self-described “man of the … Read more

Serving a ‘Woke’ God More Powerful Than Money

Serving a ‘Woke’ God More Powerful Than Money

Preparing for the dreaded “pride” month, many corporate firms promoted pro-LGBTQ products and events targeting all ages and even toddlers. Consumers reacted with unexpected rage and vigor that impacted corporate bottom lines. Most executives knew there were risks involved in these decisions and paid the consequences. For example, the Bud Light debacle featuring a transsexual … Read more

Ten Years of Francis: “A Disaster, a Catastrophe”

“Buona Sera!”—“Good Evening!” With this commonplace greeting, devoid of any solemnity or unction, Francis addressed the thousands of faithful waiting in St. Peter’s Square for their newly-elected pope. These words set the style of his pontificate: informality, abandonment of protocol and disdain for ceremony. Ten years later, recently deceased Cardinal George Pell stated that this … Read more

How True Stories of the Dying Can Help the Living

How True Stories of the Dying Can Help the Living

The prism of death often provides an excellent perspective to influence how to live. Thus, the book Life Stories of Dying Penitents or Sick Calls from the Diary of a Missionary Priest invites the reader to make serious, profound, hopeful and tragic reflections. Originally published in the late nineteenth century, the book is a compilation … Read more

Keeping Grandchildren Away from Grandparents

Keeping Grandchildren Away from Grandparents

Many aging and retired people express deep unhappiness in their relationships with children and grandchildren. Cries of Anguish The depth of that unhappiness was recently expressed in a pair of articles by the conservative pundit Dennis Prager. In the first, Mr. Prager describes a nightmare situation. Order Today: Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy … Read more

The Missing Ingredient: An Appeal to Beauty

The Missing Ingredient: An Appeal to Beauty

Recently, Daily Wire host Michael Knowles commented that of the three transcendentals—goodness, truth and beauty—American conservatives love to frame their arguments in terms of truth, often have recourse to goodness but give little importance to beauty. It is an astute observation that greatly affects their effectiveness. However, what are the transcendentals and why are they … Read more

The Human Extinction Movement Targets God and You

The Human Extinction Movement Targets God and You

Before modernity, Christianity guided individuals to live according to human nature and the moral law established by the Creator. This system allowed families and societies to prosper and helped people in their quest for sanctification and the final destination of heaven. The eighteenth-century Enlightenment threw everything into darkness. People claimed they could not have certainties … Read more

As Liberalism Crashes, Where Should We Look for Solutions?

As Liberalism Crashes, Where Should We Look for Solutions?

Modernity presents liberalism as the beginning of history. Before liberalism, liberals claim, there was nothing but ignorance, darkness and the gnashing of teeth. Liberalism is credited with all progress and security in the modern world. Its reign suddenly appeared like the creation of the world. Thus, as liberalism crashes and crumbles, most liberals automatically exclude … Read more