Since the cultural revolution culminating in the 1970s, the left has run nearly all of the nation’s most influential, prestigious universities.
Pope calls for less “Vatican-centric,” more socially conscious church
Francis X. Rocca, Catholic News Service
In his latest wide-ranging interview, Pope Francis said that he aimed to make the Catholic Church less “Vatican-centric” and closer to the “people of God,” as well as more socially conscious and open to modern culture.
When Bergoglio Defeated the Liberation Theologians
Sandro Magister, Chiesa Espress
A bishop who was a direct witness of the conflict recalls its unfolding and what was at stake. If Francis was later elected pope, he owes this in part to what happened in 2007 at Aparecida.
Broken Families, Broken Economy
Tyler Castle, Values & Capitalism
Massive changes in U.S. family structure over the last 50 years may be America’s biggest problem—and yet, no one is willing to talk about it.