Dorothy Day says no to a communist Christmas

With the Church still celebrating the Christmas season, columnist David Mills looks back on a request in the 1930s by the Communist Party’s Daily Worker to obtain a Christmas message from Dorothy Day and her Catholic Worker newspaper that would “contribute toward

Lessons from the Church of Silence

For many years, faithful Catholics in in communist-ruled postwar Eastern Europe lived amid what is now referred to the Church of Silence. Clergy were targeted, Church activities and schools were shut down or replaced with communist programs. In response to the communist

As cultural Marxism continues to rise, warnings abound

Russell Shaw writes that “Some years ago, Lee Edwards, a veteran conservative writer and a friend of mine, launched an organization, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, dedicated to “commemorating the more than 100 million victims of communism around the world and