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A Harvard Law Professor’s view…

IN a previous post, ‘Numbers’, reflecting on the deathworks in the era of post Roe v Wade abortion in the United States I wrote that our hope in such circumstances lies outside the machinations of our legal and political systems. … Continue reading

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Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

After having spent the past two and a half years editing and transferring Gil Bailie’s cassette recordings of Reflections on Dante’s Divine Comedy to the world of digital audio, I am now ready to take on the next transition task. … Continue reading

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Political Homelessness

“Americans interested in neither nationalism nor socialism,” writes Jonah Goldberg, “are once more entering an era of political homelessness.” All the more is it the case that Catholics determined to follow their faith and live it robustly in the public … Continue reading

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