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  • Blessed Fr. Jerzy Popiełuszko

    • The Church always stands on the side of people who are victimized. Today, the Church stands on the side of those who have lost their freedom, whose conscience is being broken. … Dedication
  • A way back from secularism

    • These are difficult times that divide Christians from their neighbors and from one another. In large part this is because we do not agree on how to relate with secular culture and which
  • Acton's Russell Kirk connection

    • This year, we celebrate the centenary of the birth of Russell Kirk, a member of the Acton Institute’s Board of Advisors from its founding until his death in 1994. His astute analyses ranged
  • Acton Briefs: Fall 2018

    • A collection of short essays by Acton writers, click a link to jump to that article: Amazon paying higher wages is smart – forcing everyone to do so is not by Joe Carter When it comes to
  • Editor's Note: Fall 2018

    • When I accepted the new position as managing editor of Religion & Liberty, only one thing had been set in stone: Caroline Roberts’ article on Walker Percy would be the cover story.
  • Acton Briefs: Summer 2018

    • A collection of short essays by Acton writers, click a link to jump to that article: AU and building the free society by Jenna Suchyta Westminster Abbey praises God for the NHS by Noah Gould
  • The return of nature worship

    • We live in decadent times. Universal human rights have not been fully attained, yet radical environmentalists insist that flora, fauna and even geological features and structures should be
  • Sister Mary Kenneth Keller

    • For the first time, we can now mechanically simulate the cognitive process. –Sister Mary Kenneth Keller Sister Mary Kenneth Keller established herself as a strong influence in the world of
  • The politics of apocalypse

    • "Disarmageddon” is what The Economist earlier this year called “complacent, reckless leaders” who “have forgotten how valuable it is to restrain nuclear weapons.” The politics of nuclear