Neo-Pacifism and the Catholic Church

One of the many maladies afflicting the Church since Vatican II has been neo-pacifism.  Violence is denounced as if it is the problem rather than a manifestation of conflicts that arise from many different causes.  That is why while Jihadis compile

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Bear Growls: What Can a Few Refugees Hurt?

    Our bruin friend at Saint Corbinian’s Bear has unearthed an obscure historical document: Scene: Canaanite Hebrew Refugee Welcoming Commission Headquarters. Dramatis Personae: Bazar, a minor functionary; Tukal-Baal, vice chairman. Bazar — Vice Chairmen Tukal-Baal, there’s something I feel

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PopeWatch: Peronists Out

For the first time since 1999 Argentina has a non-Peronist President:   Argentina’s election on Sunday represented the starkest choice the country has faced since the authoritarian era of Juan and Evita Peron began in the 1940s. The seven-point victory

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