Tag Archives: Europe

Intolerance and Discrimination in Europe

While attending the Center for Ethics and Culture conference at Notre Dame I had the good fortune to get to know the people who carry on the important work of tracking the growing constraints on the rights of Christians in … Continue reading

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“total fertility rate”

“Europe is systematically and willfully failing to reproduce itself, with results that already pose serious social, political, cultural and economic problems—problems that will, if present trends continue, only intensify to the point of real crisis, and quite possibly grave fiscal … Continue reading

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The Battle of Lepanto

  The Battle of Lepanto took place on October 7th, 1571. Occupied by the Turks in 1498, Lepanto is chiefly celebrated for the victory won by the combined papal, Spanish, Venetian, and Genoese fleets, under Don John of Austria. The Turks had 208 galleys … Continue reading

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Western Civilization and Christianity

“Let us state to begin with that our European civilization is basically Christian. It would be foolish to seek another basis for it. It is no less foolishly irresponsible than thinking we could maintain it at all costs, coping with … Continue reading

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