Saturday, April 27, 2019
Breitbart: Vatican Proposes European Union as Example of ‘a Supranational State’
Great piece by @SteveStuWill. He didn’t say it, but I will: the blank slate approach so trendy among certain ideologues is bound to exacerbate the problems they say they’re trying to solve.@APA @SPSMM_D51https://t.co/RT3TwqWKnu— Dr. Shawn T. Smith (@ironshrink) April 27, 2019
Friday, April 26, 2019
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Monday, April 22, 2019
If the (white) medievalist impulse for public engagement/outreach is really about the importance of history/medievalism/understanding our relation to the past to current anti-racist and decolonial movements, I wonder why so medievalists many have missed precisely this. https://t.co/cag3yCpiRo— Jenny Tan (@byjennytan) April 16, 2019
What many parents still fail to grasp is that their children’s university education isn’t just going to get them a job, it’s going to give them a worldview.
We can redeem the culture in the twenty-first century, if we want to. Universities are essential to that project. The good news is that in Catholic higher education we don’t need to start from scratch. The institutions already exist to advance this project. They only need our encouragement, support, and the right leadership.
Culture must be redeemed first by existing healthy communities; higher education is proving itself increasingly irrelevant and unnecessary to the creation of community, and Latins will have to learn how to do without them in an age of collapse.
Gerald J. Russello Reviews The Limits of Liberalism: Tradition, Individualism, and the Crisis of Freedom
It may have rejected traditional authorities of church and state, but it has put other authorities in their place.
And what is their take on feminism?
CNA: Easter can correct society’s ‘bitterness and intolerance’ – English bishop
What the bishop doesn't understand is that the political choices facing the UK and other Western countries boils down to the negation of the order of charity by neoliberals, globalists, and leftists, all in favor of the state.
Based on the excerpts, it would seem that his homily was too shallow and he shouldn't have even made the attempt. Truly sophomoric.