Posts Tagged ‘woman’

Giorgia Meloni isn’t far-Right – she just says what we all think

Monday, October 3rd, 2022
Giorgia Meloni

During a rally in 2019, Giorgia Meloni, leader of the Brothers of Italy party, quoted G K Chesterton. The English writer, theologian and heavily-mustachioed sage seemed an unlikely choice for the climax of an impassioned oration by a tiny, fiery Italian blonde. But maybe not. Chesterton was known as the “Apostle of common sense”. “Fires will Read more

A woman of real worth: the intellectual life

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

Young women, are you contemplating next year’s plans? Perhaps finishing school and wondering about the next steps? Perhaps not quite sure you’re on the right track with your studies? Ready to get out of the workplace and into the books? Theology. Philosophy. I know you think I’m kidding. Who does that? Can you even get Read more

Finding true essence of marriage

Friday, April 12th, 2013

The catchcry of same-sex marriage proponents is “equality”: gay couples have a right to equal treatment and to deny them legal marriage is blatant discrimination. Yet this claim deflects attention from the real issue: what is the true nature of marriage? Two rival visions jostle for supremacy. The conjugal model says marriage is a lifelong Read more