Culture

May 30, 2017

Washington Monument gets torn down, cuz he owned slaves.

The Washington Monument was torn down over the Memorial Day weekend by a group of college students and community activists after they learned that the first
May 31, 2017

Michigan farmer barred from market because of his Catholic beliefs.

A Catholic farmer in Charlotte, Michigan has been barred by the City of East Lansing from the farmers market where he has been selling his produce
June 2, 2017

Book Review: “The Lion of Münster” by Fr. Daniel Utrecht

Blessed Clemens August Graf von Galen is a name that deserves to be better known in the United States. Fr. Daniel Utrecht of the Oratory’s faith-filled
June 14, 2017

Father’s Day, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Surrogacy

Hulu’s serial adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale concludes this week, just in time for every radical feminist’s favorite annual celebration of patriarchal oppression: Father’s Day. Conveniently,
June 19, 2017

Freedom Didn’t Pull the Trigger

At the Congressional Ballgame last week, members of Congress displayed unity and class with both sides taking a knee in prayer before the game and then
August 4, 2017

Dressing-Down the Knights of Columbus’ New Uniform

According to multiple sources in Catholic media, during the 135th Convention of the Knights of Columbus, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson made an announcement that the Fourth
August 18, 2017

Why Should We Care About Confederate Statues?

Many people have observed that Confederate memorials were mainly erected in defiance of progress towards civil rights for liberated slaves and their descendants. If so, this
September 26, 2017

OKCupid’s Abortion Push Will Keep Millennials Unhappy

Forget adding “not looking for anything serious” in your OKCupid bio. A new partnership between the dating site and America’s largest abortion provider is making it