Diversity

When the Church of England apologizes for speaking against extra-marital sex

Morals are morals, marriage is marriage, sin is sin, and God’s ways are best. And with God’s grace and help, we can live above sexual sin. MICHAEL L. BROWN BLOG January 31, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – If you read the Bible cover to cover, you’ll see there is no ambiguity when it comes to... read more

Diversity & Tolerance — Of What?

Sycamore Trust, November 13, 2019 The woke agenda of @NotreDame Student Government's Anne Jarrett aka @profanniety turns out the light on Catholic identity #GoCatholicNDCLICK TO TWEET Notre Dame’s student government led off the new school year by handing all students free subscriptions to... read more

Bishop Schneider: Notre Dame fire is sign of ‘spiritual conflagration’ in the Church

By Diane Montagna ROME, April 17, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — The extensive fire that tore through the cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris on Monday is a sign of the “spiritual conflagration” that has ripped through the Catholic Church in the past fifty years, Bishop Athanasius Schneider has... read more

How “Right-Wing Populism” Succeeded in Austria

By James Baresel, November 29, 2018 It might be supposed that it would be usual for major organs of the media to give something along the lines of regular acclaim to a person who has become the first millennial to head a European government, who is the youngest head of government in the world,... read more

Free at Last

By Anthony Esolen / June 27, 2018 I’ve been in “the academy” since I arrived as a freshman at Princeton in 1977. It’s more than forty years now, and in that time I’ve come to see how big a swindle most of the college system in the United States has become, how far removed from reality,... read more

Name By Name, the Metamorphosis of the Pontifical Academy For Life

By Sandro Magister Finally, after a long wait, on Tuesday March 13 the list was released naming the new members of the Pontifical Academy for Life, all of papal appointment. Still missing is the list of the executive board, also of papal appointment, as is that of the “corresponding”... read more

How can we defend the right to think for ourselves?

You need true grit and a thick skin Denyse O'Leary | May 30 2017 Political correctness goes beyond organized lying; it is teaching a whole generation to silence alternative ideas and increasingly to use muscle as well as intimidation to do so. Consider one recent incident. Anti-jihad... read more

Diversity is Not a Cult—But What is It?

BY ANTHONY ESOLEN, APRIL 7, 2017 A couple of months ago I was savaged on my campus on account of a title supplied by one of my editors: “My College Succumbed to the Totalitarian Diversity Cult.” I don’t know that Providence College has succumbed, but the next day somebody had written on... read more

Weaponising victimhood on the American campus

An Ivy League university leads the way in repudiating reasoned debate. Carolyn Moynihan | Apr 3 2017 Free speech is becoming a major issue on university campuses. Shouting down invited speakers accused of “micro-aggressions” and demanding that universities become “safe spaces” for an... read more

We need civil discussion to protect us against dogmatism and groupthink

Two Ivy League professors protest against close-mindedness and violence By Michael Cook | Mar 16 2017 | Students and protesters at Middlebury College turn their backs on a guest speaker Charles Murray. Violent protest, no-platforming and public shaming are increasingly used on university... read more

Warning to Parents: The Day of Silence is Almost Here

Written By Laurie Higgins, Illinois Family Institute, 03.10.17 In just six weeks, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) will again attempt to ram their sexuality ideology down the throats and into the hearts and minds of other people’s children via the hijacking of government... read more