Skip to content


(2006 – 2007)


Click here for all Reports.

* * *

So What Do We Do?
Britain’s Escalating War on Christianity
Surrendering to Radical Islam
Nagasaki, the City of the Atomic Bomb – and of the Christian Martyrs
The Muslim Letter to the Pope
How the West might find God again
Islamic Prejudice: Christians
Religion of Peace?
Fear Factor: Lebanon and the European Way of Peacekeeping
Demography is destiny: Hispanic Catholics to impact U.S. population
Sex revolution robbed us of fertility
The Once & Future Christendom
Osama’s challenge
Christianity finds a fulcrum in Asia
Goodbye, Christendom. Hello, Caliphate
Liberality, the Basis of Culture
By The Sword
How the Eight Hundred Men of Otranto Saved Rome
Malta: Knights, Wars and Wine
The Mother of All Churches
The Vatican’s Changing Relationship wih Europe
Post-Trent Churches
The Death of Iraq’s Christians
Britain Under Siege
Islam’s Global War Against Christianity
Could the Latin Mass Save Western Civilization?
Fact or “Islamophobia”?
Gaza’s Christians
Christians and islamochristians in the Middle East
Honor-Killings, Islam, and Christendom
Pope Benedict XVI and Islam: Allah the Irrational
Europe has forgotten its families
Hope for Old Europe?
My Trip to Kosovo and Bosnia
Europe: In the service of human dignity
Roses and Rosaries; the Benedictine Legacy
The Last Sunrise
Islam on the Move
Paternal Correction
The New Anti-Catholic Bigotry
The Much Exaggerated Death of Europe
Atheists Won’t Save Europe
Boston’s Indult: An Expensive Move
Russian Orthodox Church, Vatican set to mend relations
Mount Athos Objects
Cuba: How the Church is cultivating the seed of liberty
We must not let this ancient Church slide into oblivion
Eurabian Nights (Pipes)
Reconvert Europe to Christianity
Papal transformation – Benedict’s softer touch with Islam
Moscow’s Assault on the Vatican
Christians under Attack in China
Communists are still a grave threat
Church-Islam dialogue: the path starts from Regensburg’s Pope
The Truth About Londonistan
Say Goodbye to Europe
The Jihadist Dream to Liberate Spain
Motherless Russia
Caliphate a dream, not a reality
The Shell of the Great Church
Eurabian Nights (Trifkovic)
Why the Pope should call for the return of the Hagia Sophia
Suicide of the West?
The Pope and the Prophet
Islam get concessions; infidels get conquered

* * *

(A collection of articles, news items, etc. around a central theme)

St. Vibiana Dishonored
China: Nightmares and Dreams
Lebanon’s Plight
The Dutch Experiment
Chronicling the “creeping Islamicization of a decadent Christendom”
Islamic Reconquest of Palestine
The Latin Conundrum
Two views on Islam
Among the “hunting dogs” in Pakistan
“Sicut Cervus” and the Union of God’s Heart with Ours
Muslim “separatism” in Catholic Philippines
Jihad in Somalia
The Church and Globalization
Crisis in Zimbabwe
Christians under the New Tyranny in Iraq
Latin America: ‘Continent of Hope’
George Cardinal Pell and Islam
Catholic – Russian Orthodox Relations
The EU and Abortion
“Anti-Ecumenical Unity” As a Response to Islam
The Battle for Kosovo
Adoption in Britain
Demography and Decline
Islam and Catholic Italy
The Pope, Islam and secularism
The De-Christianization of Britain
Battle for Souls in Poland
France – The Prodigal Daughter
The Hope of Christendom
Assessing the Pope’s trip to Turkey
Andalusia – Yesterday, Today and…
Plight of Christians in the Holy Land
Confronting the Past

* * *

A Two-State Solution?
St. Francis of Assisi and Islam
Palestinian Christians and the Wall
A Clash of Civilizations?
Does the Future Belong to Islam?
The Question of Dialogue

* * *

Blessed Charles of Austria
St. Louis IX: Model of a Christian Ruler
Frederick D. Wilhelmsen: Christendom’s Troubadour
Baroness Caroline Cox of Queensbury
Otto von Habsburg: Catholic Statesman
Prince Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin, Apostle of the Alleghenies
Catholic “Founding Fathers” of Modern Europe
Fr. Andrea Santoro, Martyr
¡ Viva Cristo Rey !: Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J.
Bishop Macram Gassis of Sudan
Ramon Lull: Apostle to the Moslems

From other blogs:
Saint Gianna Beretta Molla (Idle Speculations)
James II, Our Catholic King (Andrew Cusack)
Charles of Austria (Andrew Cusack)
Gabriel García Moreno (Andrew Cusack)

* * *

Notable Texts
The Once & Future Christendom (James P. Pinkerton)
Liberty: The God That Failed (Christopher Ferrara)
Clarity on the Catholic Doctrine on War (Extract from A Companion to the Summa) (Walter Farrell)
Sign, Faith and Society (Frederick D. Wilhelmsen)
Christendom: God’s beachhead in a rebellious world (Thomas Stork)
Origins of Christendom (Extract from Cathedral and Crusade) (Henri Daniel-Rops)
How We Got Here (Extract from The Great Heresies) (Hillaire Belloc)

* * *

Book Reviews
The Last Days of Europe
Foundations of a Catholic Political Order
Cluny: In Search of God’s Lost Empire / Basilica: The Splendor and the Scandal: The Building of St. Peter’s

* * *

Reflections on the Liturgical Reform (Roberto de Mattei)
How brave a new world? (Leon Kass)
Honor (James Bowman)
Jihad In Europe (Robert Spencer, Melanie Phillips, Douglas Murray)
We’re all in this together (Don Feder)
10-point plan for victory (Serge Trifkovic)

* * *

Key moments in the history of Christendom…

The Spanish Civil War: Slain for their Faith
St. John of Capistrano and the Siege of Belgrade
‘No Heaven for Cowards’: Lepanto and Our Lady of Victory

Don Palayo at the cave of Covadonga
The prayer of St. Clare repels the Saracens
Last Days of the Revolt in the Vendée
The Carmelites of Compiègne Go to the Guillotine
Turks Terrorize the Byzantines

From other blogs
“Cor ad cor loquitur” reflects on the Crusaders’ sack of Constantinople in 1204

* * *

The geography of Christendom…

Monte Cassino
Chartres Cathedral
Santiago de Compostela

From other blogs:
Catholic Chapel at St. Mary’s City (MD) [from Andrew Cusack]
Mission at St. Juan Capistrano (CA) [from Church of the Masses]
“Stational” Churches (from Argent by the Tiber)

* * *

A list of essays for further reading…

Hamilton Reed Armstrong

Art and Liturgy; the Splendor of Faith Hamilton Reed Armstrong,

Fundamentals of Symbolism:Part 1Part 2 Hamilton Reed Armstrong,

John Attarian

Edmund Burke: Champion of Ordered Liberty John Attarian, Intercollegiate Review, Volume 33, Number 1; Fall 1997.

Anthony Basile

Crucified Between Two Thieves: Catholic Social Teaching vs. Right and Left Anthony Basile, Ph.D, Culture Wars, Jan. 1998.

Vincent Battaglia

Building a New Christendom: Jacques Maritain’s Critique of Modern Philosophy Vincent Battaglia, Australian eJournal of Theology, August 2005.

Fr. Ashley Beck

Europe Under Christ: Lecture I – Christians and the Soul of Europe Fr. Ashley Beck, March 11, 2003,

Hillaire Belloc

The Great and Enduring Heresy of Mohammed Hillaire Belloc, This Rock, May/June 2003.

The Catholic Church and the Modern State Hillaire Belloc, This Rock, March 2004.

The Revival of Latin Hillaire Belloc, From Essays of a Catholic Layman in England (London: Sheed & Ward, 1931), pp. 259-264.

What Was the Reformation? Hillaire Belloc, linked from

Peter BetBasoo

Muslim Claims of Accomplishment Peter BetBasoo,, January 04, 2008 [linked from]

James Bogle

The State’s Obligation to Recognize and Protect the Catholic Church: From the Guilds and Distributism to Usury and Slavery Lt. Col. James Bogle, The Remnant.

T. William Boxx

Christian Principles and Public Life T. William Boxx, Modern Age, Volume 39, Number 2; Spring 1997.

Susan Brinkmann

The Greatest Story Never Told: Modern Christian Martyrdom Susan Brinkmann, This Rock, September 2006.

Michael L. Brock

Pope Leo XII: A Critique of the Modern World Michael L. Brock, Faith & Reason, Christendom Press, Winter 1975-76.

David Bukay

Peace or Jihad? Abrogation in Islam David Bukay, Middle East Quarterly, Fall 2007.

Matthew E. Bunson

Reform Came before the Reformation Matthew E. Bunson, This Rock, April 2006.

The Cathedral Setting Matthew E. Bunson, This Rock, July/August 2006.

A True Christian Conquest Matthew E. Bunson, This Rock, February 2007.

Pope Benedict Speaks to Muslims Matthew E. Bunson, This Rock, February 2007.

They Sang All the Way to the Guillotine Matthew E. Bunson, This Rock, April 2007.

Stratford Caldecott

The Dialogue With Islam Stratford Caldecott,, October 24, 2006,

Allen Carlson

The UN—From Friend to Foe: The Fate of the Family in the Triumph of Socialism over Christian Democracy Allen Carlson, Touchstone Magazine, November 2000.

Christopher Check

The Great Divorce: The Evil Fruits of Henry VIII’s Adultery Christopher Check, This Rock, April 2007.

Peasant Girl to Battlefield Commander: St. Joan of Arc and the Hundred Years’ War Christopher Check, This Rock, May/June 2007.

Anthony E. Clark

Do Not Stop Us from Dying with You:The Martyrs of China Anthony E. Clark, This Rock, December 2005.

Charles A. Coulombe

Europe and the Empire Charles A. Coulombe, Charles A.

H.W. Crocker III

The Emperor Who Spoke German to Horses and Truth to Luther H.W. Crocker III, Crisis Magazine, July/August 2003.

Monasteries and Madrassas: Five Myths About Christianity, Islam, and the Middle Ages H. W. Crocker III, Crisis Magazine, Vol. 24, No. 6, July / August 2006.

Catholic Encyclopedia

Christendom The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume XIV. Published 1912. New York: Robert Appleton Company. Nihil Obstat, July 1, 1912. Remy Lafort, S.T.D., Censor. Imprimatur. +John Cardinal Farley, Archbishop of New York [linked from]

State and Church The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume XIV. Published 1912. New York: Robert Appleton Company. Nihil Obstat, July 1, 1912. Remy Lafort, S.T.D., Censor. Imprimatur. +John Cardinal Farley, Archbishop of New York [linked from]

Henri Daniel-Rops

The Catholic Reformation Henri Daniel-Rops, Taken from the Fall 1993 issue of “The Dawson Newsletter,” linked from

T. David Curp

A Necessary Bondage? When the Church Endorsed Slavery T. David Curp, Crisis Magazine, Vol. 23, No. 8, September 2005.

Christopher Dawson

See Reliable Sources: Christopher Dawson

Donald J. D’Elia

The Relevance of Thomas Jefferson Donald J. D’Elia, Faith & Reason, Fall 1977.

Avery Cardinal Dulles

Religious Freedom: Innovation and Development Avery Cardinal Dulles, First Things, December 2001.

What We Can Learn from the Twelfth Century Avery Cardinal Dulles, This Rock, January 2006.

Mary Eberstadt

How the West Really Lost God: A new look at secularization Mary Ebersadt, Policy Review, June/July 2007.

Anthony Esolen

A Village Called Wakefield: When Western Culture was Catholic Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine, Vol. 23, No.3, March 2005.

Loneliness and the Death of the Catholic Town Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine, Vol. 23, No. 6, June 2005.

Christopher A. Ferrara

Rebels Without A Cause Christopher A. Ferrara, The Remnant [linked from Catholic Apologetics International,]

The Syllabus of Hitchcock Christopher A. Ferrara, The Remnant, November 9, 2007.


The Eurabia Code Fjordman, Sept/Oct 2006 [hosted by gatesofvienna/]

Is the Nation-State Obsolete? Fjordman, Brussels Journal, June 5, 2006.

Why the European Union Must Go Fjordman, Dhimmi Watch, July 24, 2007.

Kevin L. Flannery, SJ

Dignitatis Humanae and the Development of Doctrine Kevin L. Flannery, SJ, Catholic Dossier, March/April 2000.

Bruce Frohnen

What We Are Fighting For Bruce Frohnen, Intercollegiate Review, Volume 37, Number 2; Spring 2002.

Kenneth L. Grasso

An Unfinished Argument: John Courtney Murray, Dignitatis Humanae and the Catholic Theory of the State Prof. Kenneth L. Grasso, Faith & Reason Institite Lectures & Seminars.

Samuel Gregg

Natural Law and Constitutionalism: Towards Ordered Liberty Samuel Gregg, Thomas University, The Ethical Traditions of Europe and the USA:Common Roots and Possibilities for Dialogue, Palermo, July 18-23, 2004.

Globalization and the Insights of Catholic Social Teaching Sam Gregg, Journal of Markets & Morality, Volume 4, Number 1, Spring 2001, Acton Institute.

Fr. John A. Hardon

The Meaning of Virtue in Thomas Aquinas Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J., “Great Catholic Books Newsletter” Volume II, Number 1.[]

Fr. Brian W. Harrison

John Courtney Murray: A Reliable Interpreter of Dignitatis Humanae? Part 1Part 2 Brian W. Harrison, Living Tradition, March 1991.

Vatican II and Religious Liberty: Contradiction or Continuity? Fr. Brian W. Harrison, Catholic Dossier, March/April 2000.

Muslims Worship the One True God: Only Their ‘Receiving Apparatus’ Is Defective Fr. Brian W. Harrison, This Rock, January 2003.

The Church and Torture By Fr. Brian W. Harrison, This Rock, December 2006.

James Hitchcock

Inquisition James Hitchcock, Catholic Dossier, November/December 1996.

Ages of Faith and the Faith of Ages James Hitchcock, Catholic Dossier, March/April 2000.

The Crusades and Their Critics James Hitchcock, Catholic Dossier, January/February 2002.

Recovery of the Sacred: Liturgy and The Loss of History James Hitchcock, Adoremus Bulletin, June 2006.

Catholic Modernism James Hitchcock, International Catholic University.

Russell Hittinger

How To Read Dignitatis Humanae on Establishment of Religion Russell Hittinger, Catholic Dossier, March/April 2000.

How Now Shall We Bear Witness? After a Century of Retreat, Can Christians Now Engage the Culture? Russell Hittinger, Touchstone, March 2000.

Catholic Social Doctrine More Than Mere Policy – Interview With Professor Russell Hittinger Zenit News Agency, May 4, 2007.

Church, State, & Society in Catholic Social Teaching – a MARS HILL AUDIO Conversation with Russell Hittinger Mars Hill Audio (downloadable mp3).

Fr. Juan Carlos Iscara

Christendom and Revolution Fr. Juan Carlos Iscara, The Angelus, August 2003.

Fr. Stanley L. Jaki

The Gist of Catholicism Stanley L. Jaki, Catholic Dossier, January/February 2001.

James Turner Johnson

Just War, As It Was and Is James Turner Johnston, First Things, January 2005. [link via]

Paul Johnson

What Europe Really Needs Paul Johnson, The Wall Street Journal, June 17, 2005.

E. Michael Jones

Carl Rogers and the IHM Nuns: Sensitivity Training, Psychological Warfare and the “Catholic Problem” E. Michael Jones, Culture Wars, Oct/Nov 1999.

The Unanswered Question behind the Rembert Weakland Scandal: Was the Implementation of Vatican II a Homosexual Fantasy? E. Michael Jones, Culture Wars, July/August 2002.

Thaddeus Kozinski

The Incarnation of Westen Civilization Thaddeus Kozinski, Latin Mass: A Journal of Catholic Culture and Tradition, Fall, 2003. [linked from Ratzinger Fan Club]

Jacques Maritain’s Democratic Faith: Heretical or Orthodox? Thaddeus Kozinski, variation of this essay was published in Latin Mass: A Journal of Catholic Culture and Tradition¸ Spring, 2004 [linked from Ratzinger Fan Club]

Emmet Kennedy

The Tangled History of Secularism Emmet Kennedy, Modern Age, Volume 42, Number 1; Winter 2000.

Russell Kirk

Problems and Perils of ‘Christian Politics’ Russell Kirk, Intercollegiate Review, Volume 18, Number 1; Fall/Winter 1982.

Civilization Without Religion? Russell Kirk, Modern Age, Volume 33, Number 2; Summer 1990.

Robert P. Kraynak

The Illusion of Christian Democracy Robert Kraynak, Catholic Social Science Review, Volume IX, 2004.

Conservative Critics of Modernity: Can They Turn Back the Clock? Robert P. Kraynak, Intercollegiate Review, Volume 37, Number 1; Fall 2001.

Church-State Relations in America and Europe: Part 1Part 2Part 3 Robert Kraynak, Zenit News Agency, March 25, 26, 27, 2005.

Peter Kreeft

The Pillars of Unbelief — Machiavelli, Nietzsche, Marx, Kant, Freud, Sartre Peter Kreeft, The National Catholic Register, January – February 1988.

Rollin A. Lasseter

Light to the Nations: Reclaiming the Catholic Historical Imagination Rollin A. Lasseter, The Catholic Faith, September/October 1998.

Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn

Operation Parricide: Sade, Robespierre and the French Revolution Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, Fidelity, October 1989.

James Kurth

Religion and Globalization James Kurth, The Templeton Lecture on Religion and World Affairs, Volume 7, Number 7, May 1999

Western Civilization, Our Tradition James Kurth, Intercollegiate Review, Volume 39, Number 1-2; Fall 2003/Spring 2004.

Europe’s Identity Problem and the New Islamist War James Kurth, Foreign Policy Research Institute, Summer 2006.

Robert P. Lockwood

Galileo and the Catholic Church Robert P. Lockwood, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, March 2000.

Frequently Asked Questions About Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust Robert P. Lockwood, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, August 2000.

History and Myth: The Inquisition Robert P. Lockwood, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, August 2000.

Pius IX Robert P. Lockwood, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, September 2000.

The “Black Legend”: The Spanish Inquisition Robert P. Lockwood, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights (from Catalyst 4/2001).

The Papacy under Attack Robert P. Lockwood, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, May 2001.

The Battle over the Crusades Robert P. Lockwood, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, July 2001.

Mark Lowery

The Virtue of Purity: an Undivided Heart Mark Lowery, The Catholic Faith, March/April 1999.

Fortitude Mark Lowery, This Rock, November 2005.

Thomas F. Madden

See Reliable Sources: Thomas F. Madden

Thomas Molnar

Recovering a Sense of the Sacred Thomas Molnar, The Intercollegiate Review, Volume 17, Number 2; Spring/Summer 1982.

The Liberal Hegemony: The Rise of Civil Society Thomas Molnar, The Intercollegiate Review, Volume 29, Number 2; Spring 1994.

The Medieval Beginnings of Political Secularization Thomas Molnar, Modern Age, Volume 26, Number 2; Spring 1982.

Charles Maurras, Shaper of an Age Thomas Molnar, Modern Age, Volume 41, Number 4; Fall 1999.

Jacques Maritain: Protean Figure of the Century Thomas Molnar, Modern Age, Volume 40, Number 3; Summer 1998.

Islam on the Move Thomas Molnar, The Intercollegiate Review, Volume 21, Number 1; Fall 1985.

Marvin R. O’Connell

The Spanish Inquisition: Fact Versus Fiction Marvin O’Connell, Catholic Dossier, November/December 1996.

Charles Borromeo and the Reformation Marvin R. O’Connell, Catholic Dossier, September/October 2001.

Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira

Revolution and Counter-Revolution Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira, Third English Edition, C.opyright © 1993, The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP).

David Palm

Separation of Church and State: Manifest Destiny or Manifest Heresy? David Palm, Seattle Catholic, June 15, 2005.

Joseph Pearce

Hilaire Belloc: Seeing History with Eyes Wide Open Joseph Pearce, This Rock, December 2004.

Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace

The Promotion of Peace Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Eleven, Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, Vatican, 2004.

Paul A. Rahe

The Constitution of Liberty Within Christendom Paul A. Rahe, Intercollegiate Review, Volume 33, Number 1; Fall 1997.

John C. Rao

Inquisitions: Then and Now Dr. John C. Rao, Social Justice Review, November-December, 1982.

Louis Veuillot and Catholic “Intransigence”: A Re-Evaluation Dr. John C. Rao, Faith and Reason, Winter, 1983.

Cluny and the Reform of the Church in the Middle Ages Dr. John C. Rao, The Wanderer, February 2, 1984.

Reflections on the Decline of Masculinity Dr. John C. Rao, Lay Witness, September, 1984, pp. 5-11.

The Theatines and the Question of Catholic “Renewal” Dr. John C. Rao, The Wanderer, October 20, 1984.

Portugal, Austria and Catholic Counterrevolution in Interwar Europe Dr. John C. Rao, Faith and Reason, Spring, 1985.

Dreaming the Dreams of the Eldest Daughter Dr. John C. Rao, The Remnant, June 30, 1995.

The Divinization of Democracy and the Question of Human Rights Dr. John C. Rao, Mut zur Ethik , 1997, pp. 311-312.

Blinded By the Right: “Conservatives” & the Carpet Bombing of Christendom Dr. John C. Rao, The Remnant, August 31, 2006.

The Last Crusade Dr. John C. Rao, The Remnant, May 31, 2007.

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger / Pope Benedict XVI

Relativism: The Central Problem for Faith Today Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, EWTN Online Library, May 1996.

On Europe’s Crisis of Culture Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, ZENIT, April 1, 2005.

Ellen Rice

The Myth of the Spanish Inquisition Ellen Rice, Catholic Dossier, November-December 1996.

Jonathan Riley-Smith

Religious warriors. Reinterpreting the crusades Jonathan Riley-Smith, The Economist, December 23, 1995.

Rethinking the Crusades Jonathan Riley-Smith, First Things, March 2000.

Fr. Chad Ripperger

Conservative vs. Traditional Catholicism Fr. Chad Ripperger, Latin Mass, Spring 2001.

Catholic Art and Culture Fr. Chad Ripperger, Sensus Traditionis, 2006.

Tracey Rowland

Should we abandon Christendom? Tracey Rowland, Oriens Journal, Summer 2000.

Robert Royal

Who Put the West in Western Civilization? Robert Royal, Intercollegiate Review, Volume 33, Number 2; Spring 1998.

Beyond the Catholic Inferiority Complex Robert Royal, National Catholic Register, April 2-8, 2000.

Columbus and the Beginning of the World Robert Royal, Faith & Reason Institute Articles.

Vince Ryan

The Jews and the Crusaders: Medieval Shoah? Vince Ryan, Catholic Dossier, January/February 2002.

Fr. Paul Scalia

The Church Militant or the Church Belligerent?: How Fighting for the Faith Can Destroy Charity Fr. Paul Scalia, his Rock, May/June 2007.

Rev. James V. Schall

The Revolution That Is Christendom James V. Schall, S.J., Modern Age, Volume 33, Number 2; Summer 1990.

A Student’s Guide to Liberal Learning James V. Schall, S.J. From a booklet published by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, PO 4431, Wilmington, DE., 1997.

What is Medieval Political Philosophy? James V. Schall, S.J., Faith & Reason, Christendom press, Spring 1990.

“Islam will not be the loser” James V. Schall, S.J., Catholic Dossier, January/February 2002.

Belloc on the “Apparently Unconvertible Religion” James V. Schall, S.J., Published in Vital Speeches of the Day, LXIX (April 1, 2003), 375-82.

On Catholic Political Philosophy (Interview with James V. Schall, S.J.) Part 1Part 2, Zenit, September 2005.

Roman Catholic Political Philosophy (original journal essays) James V. Schall, S.J., Lanham: Lexington Books, 2004.

Russell Shaw

Post-Christian Europe Russell Shaw, Arlington Catholic Herald, 2000.

Robert Spencer

Allah the Unbound Robert Spencer, Taki’s Top Drawer, December 12, 2007.

Alfons Cardinal Stickler

The Attractiveness of the Tridentine Mass Alfons Cardinal Stickler, Latin Mass Magazine, Summer 1995 Issue.

Thomas Storck

The Problem of Religious Liberty: A New Proposal Thomas Storck, Faith & Reason, Spring 1989.

Series on Catholic Social Teaching: First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, The Catholic Faith, May/June 1997-Sept/Oct 1998.

How to Form a Catholic Mind Thomas Storck, New Oxford Review, February 1999

What is Distributism? Thomas Storck, The University Concourse, Volume V, Issue 5, January 28, 2000.

Is the U.S. Economy Successful? Thomas Storck, The Catholic Faith, September/October 2000.

Bruce Tefft

Sued For Terror Watching Bruce Tefft interviewed by Jamie Glazov,, October 26, 2007.

Philip Trower

Enlightenment Values: Their Social and Political Implications Over Two Centuries Philip Trower, The Wanderer, August 9, 2007.

Bess Twiston-Davies

Divorce, Dissolution, and Death: The English Martyrs Bess Twiston-Davies, This Rock, July/August 2006.

Joseph A. Varacalli

Catholicism & Democracy Joseph A. Varacalli, Homiletic & Pastoral Review, May 2002.

Catholic Social Thought and American Civilization Joseph A. Varacalli, Homiletic & Pastoral Review, October 2002.

George Weigel

The Cube and the Cathedral: Europe, America and Politics Without God George Weigel, Carnegie Council “Religion in Politics” Lecture Series, September 15, 2005.

Alexandra Wilhelmsen

Carlism’s Defense of the Church in Spain, 1833-1936 Alexandra Wilhelmsen, Faith &Reason, Christendom Press, Winter 1990 [, 1996].

Frederick D. Wilhelmsen

The Family as the Basis for Political Existence Frederick D. Wilhelmsen, Intercollegiate Review, Volume 26, Number 2; Spring 1991.

The Dilemma of the Spanish Right: The Case of Abortion Frederick D. Wilhelmsen, Faith & Reason, Christendom Press, Winter 1990 [, 1996].

Hilaire Belloc: Defender of the Faith Frederick D. Wilhelmsen, The Catholic Writer: The Proceedings of the Wethersfield Institute 2 (1989): 83-95. [linked from Catholic Education Resource Center]

Freedom or Virtue? An Exchange Between Doug Bandow and Frederick D. Wilhelmsen Doug Bandow; Frederick D. Wilhelmsen, Intercollegiate Review, Volume 30, Number 2; Spring 1995.

Christendom’s Troubadour: Frederick D. Wilhelmsen James Lehrberger, O. Cist., Intercollegiate Review, Volume 32, Number 2; Spring 1997.

Fr. Thomas D. Williams

Terrorism and International Law: A Catholic Perspective Thomas D. Williamsn, ZENIT, May 15, 2004.

The Myth of Religious Tolerance Thomas D. Williams, Crisis Magazine, June 2006.

Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

Cluny: A Light from the Past Thomas E. Woods, Jr., Latin Mass Magazine, Fall 2001.

Cafeteria Bishops Thomas E. Woods, Seattle Catholic, March 8, 2004.

Don’t Know Much about History Thomas E. Woods, Jr., This Rock, January 2006.

Benedict’s Revolution: The Return of the Old Latin Mass Thomas E. Woods, Jr.. 11/06/07.

Rev. Maciej Zieba, O.P.

From Leo XIII’s Rerum Novarum to John Paul II’s Centesimus Annus Rev. Maciej Zieba, O.P., Journal of Markets & Morality, Volume 5, Number 1, Spring 2002. Acton Institute.


Pius XII and the Holocaust Collection of articles and reviews from the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights

Focus on ISLAM A selection of articles from http://www.chiesa

The Kosovo Tragedy InterFax

Just War and Counterterrorism: Views from the Catholic Church Various Contributors, Faith & Reason Institute, September 24, 2001.

Leave a Comment

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: