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Are Our Relationships Threatening The State?

Could our strong marriages and great interpersonal relationships be a threat to the state? Stella Morabito thinks so. In a piece at The Federalist, Morabito says the State has something to lose when culture promotes traditional marriage, strong families and ties to the community. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 05.05.14

The Church and the U.N., Again Austin Ruse, The Catholic Thing The Holy See is in the U.N. dock again next week. This time it’s the U.N. Committee on Torture, and it will not be pretty. Continue Reading...

The Pilgrims and John Paul II

On The Catholic World Report, Acton’s Michael Matheson Miller offers a personal reflection on the recent canonization of Pope John Paul II. There were pilgrims from all parts of the world: Spaniards, Australians, a remarkable number of French (including a couple whose five young children wore matching jackets), a large group from Equatorial Guinea were also matching with commemorative traditional garb marked with images of Pope John Paul. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 05.02.14

PM Erdoğan planning prayers with Islamic leaders in Hagia Sophia Radikal In a possible bid to balance potential controversy, a reform package prepared by the government may also include steps regarding the historic Halki Seminary. Continue Reading...

As Expected, Jobless Claims ‘Unexpectedly’ Increase

Today at Bloomberg we find this unexpected news about unemployment: Applications for U.S. unemployment benefits unexpectedly climbed to a nine-week high, underscoring the difficulty adjusting the data for seasonal variations such as the Easter holiday and spring recess at schools. Continue Reading...