Bob Kurland, Ph.D.

Let’s Starve the Church?

“Because the story of Theodore McCarrick isn’t just a story about sexual abuse. It’s about institutions and power.” —Jonathan Last, The American Standard, 15 Sept. 2018. There is a fine article in The American Standard by Jonathan Last giving a

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Hostile Takeover

  Pat Archbold at Creative Minority Report thinks we have crossed a line in this pontificate: The Pope appoints the pro-sodomy heretic Radcliffe (who called sodomy “Eucharistic”) to a significant curial consulting position the same week he, along with most most Irish

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Georgetown: the Anti-Catholic Catholic University

William Peter Blatty, well-known novelist, author of the Exorcist, a Georgetown graduate, class of 1950, is spearheading an effort to force Georgetown to reform, or to cease to call itself Catholic.  Here is his letter: Dear Friends, I invite you today

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The Debate is about Authority

Witnessing the continued implosion of the Anglicans and the ELCA over matters of Christian morality, I am intrigued by the way present circumstances have inspired renewed consideration of tradition, authority and obedience. As I wrote a few months ago (“On

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