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This Insights eNewsletter was sent to subscribers on February 2, 2018.

eNewsletter Subject: Shhh! Scholars at work...

Over the past fifty to sixty years, ordinary Catholics have been (let’s face it) too often preyed upon by the scholars who serve as professors at Catholic universities.

Secular ideals are rampant in higher education, and Catholic practitioners often maintain their positions by twisting the Faith to accommodate assumptions which ultimately undermine it.

We all know this. Universities have become the most culture-bound and least tolerant institutions on earth. Moreover, Catholic academia is typically the last bastion of infidelity in a Church which elsewhere underwent significant renewal under popes St. John Paul II and Benedict XVI.

This long introduction sets the stage for significant questions about the direction of the Pontifical Academy for Life. See my latest essay, Have good and evil changed? The Pontifical Academy for Life wants to know.


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