Just finished a great, if sobering, conversation with Fordham professor @CCamosy about COVID-19, nursing home abuse, and having a consistent life ethic. Stay tuned for the audio podcast, or watch the whole thing now, here https://t.co/NP1udv6USS pic.twitter.com/iK1lAZS26t
— Matt Lewis (@mattklewis) May 8, 2020
What’s especially alarming is how many there were before Coronavirus
12. My friend Andrew Walther is headed to EWTN from the Knights of Columbus. He’s been a behind-the-scenes gift for persecuted Christians and other religious minorities, among others. Smart, well-read, faithful, and courageous. I’m looking forward to good, renewed things at a media enterprise established by a woman who we will likely one day celebrate as an official saint of the Church.
18. Peggy Nooon’s latest, if you haven’t read it yet:
I want to get back to the national morale. All these dreadful economic numbers—you can’t let people sink into defeatism. You can’t let them think there is no hope, or that things in the future are just going to be bad. They are Americans, they know how to suffer—even the ones who’ve never suffered a day in their lives, it’s still in their genes. But they’re like the pioneers, they have to be able to believe while they’re on the long trek that there’s some fertile area around the next bend, or the one after that. They have to know there’s a safe place where they can finally settle.
Seventy-five years ago today Nazi Germany surrendered. Immense gratitude to my beloved father (now 94) and the other heroes of all allied nations who fought and sacrificed to destroy Hitler’s war machine. pic.twitter.com/BNCRIP1DgI
— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) May 8, 2020
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