Lessons from the Carnage | Video and Audio

Lectures on what we might learn from the carnage of the 20th Century. These lectures took place on Monday, November 12, 2018. Three lectures were presented. The first two lectures on in the first video, while the third is in the second. In the first video, due to technical difficulties,

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The Pope’s silence on the Rohingya: prudent diplomacy or moral lapse?

During his stay in Myanmar, Pope Francis did not mention the brutal treatment of the Rohingya minority. Was that a mistake? Was it a failure of moral leadership? It’s not easy to answer those questions. The persecution of the Rohingya is, by all reliable accounts, a gross violation of human rights.

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Learning from the past of the American pro-life movement

Some 25 years ago, Our Sunday Visitor published my book, Operation Rescue: A Challenge to the Nation’s Conscience. To be perfectly candid, it was not a great commercial success. By the time the book appeared in print, the wave of civil disobedience that began in the 1980s had crested, and interest

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