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No Father…No Family…No Faith

Some years ago, a friend of mine and I collaborated as part of a Lenten series of presentations at a Catholic parish here in Sonoma, California. One thing that my friend said had a great impact on me and on … Continue reading

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A Fool’s Errand

The preeminent school of self-sacrificial love is the natural family, consisting of children born of the nuptial fidelity of their biological parents. The school of self-governing virtue is a healthy and well-formed moral conscience. A society will conduce to the … Continue reading

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The Other Letter…

 

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a scientistic society…

In a “scientistic society,” argued the Italian philosopher Augusto Del Noce, “the abolition of every meta-empirical order of truth requires that the family be dissolved. No merely sociological consideration can justify keeping it.” Del Noce saw the sexual revolution as … Continue reading

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