“No adult group escapes the eye of Them Before Us. It is an organization that insists that all adults—single, married, gay, and straight—all sacrifice for children. No adult gets a pass. Every adult has to do the hard things, so that children’s rights are protected.”—Katy Faust
“Euthanasia is confused with palliative care, it is called ‘dignified death’ and it is assumed to be a medical act, when it is not. [This becomes] deception when the law requires that deaths by euthanasia be considered natural deaths from a legal point of view. Something that, in addition to not being true, makes it difficult to control.”—Manuel Martínez-Sellés
If we want to convince the Pope of the merits of the traditional Mass, it is essential to share our experience. La Voie Romaine is also an opportunity for us to express, for ourselves and for others, the reasons for our attachment.
In the wake of the Anglican Church’s move to phase out the parish system, an informal group called Save the Parish is asserting the importance of local worship and of retaining sacred places set aside for devotion.
Tim Stanley is often seen as a ‘moderate’ conservative, but in his new book, he argues convincingly that the moral confusion and historical amnesia of the West can be traced back to the loss of an understanding of the place of tradition in society.
Must liberalism be leveled completely by the New Right, so that a new conservative edifice may emerge from its ruins? Or must the meaning of liberalism be reclaimed for the Right and from the historiographical distortions of the progressive Left? Haivry and Hazony, Deneen, and Legutko appear to answer in the affirmative. However, a compelling alternate view is offered by Spanish philosophy professor and politician Francisco José Contreras.
“I believe strongly in the right of individuals to elect whether to accept or reject medical procedures. I believe this is basically the sanctity of life, that individuals have the right to control their own bodies.”
It’s time for something different. It’s time we were more courageous and firmer on matters of principle—like the dignity of human life, like national sovereignty, like sexual morality. It’s time we stood our ground without flinching. Perhaps then we will finally see some real change—and help save what remains of our civilization.
In some ways, “Prey” is the most inflammatory of Hirsi Ali’s books. Her thesis is a straightforward one: the mass migration of men from misogynist Muslim cultures is a threat to the hard-won rights of women in Europe.