“Cohabitation doesn’t cause divorce after all” reads a recent news headline, though like many headlines on marriage these days it is important to continue reading to gain the full picture of what the research does and does not show.
The Washington Post calls Porn Studies “[t]he world’s newest scholarly journal.” Editors claim it will critically explore those cultural products and services designated as pornographic and their cultural, economic, historical, institutional, legal and social contexts. Do we need this?
Belloc said a hundred years ago that modern liberal free market democracy doesn’t have the internal stability to constitute history’s definitive political synthesis. He was right. It is disintegrating all around us.
Lent is widely recognized as a time for penance—fasting and abstinence, giving up drinking alcoholic beverages, candy, and what have you. All this is true, but Lent is also an opportune time to meditate on our Divine call to be saints...
Bullied, stressed by pressures of examinations, and otherwise finding it hard to cope with life, a recent article highlighted the plight of thousands of British children. Unfortunately, the Brits are not alone.