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Between Catholicism and Marxism

For much of the 20th century, the Catholic Church and the worldwide communist movement were pitted against one another, portrayed as natural enemies by the highest echelons of the Church hierarchy, including the virulently anti-communist Pope John Paul II. It … Continue reading

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Our Mandela, not theirs

It’s really incredible to see American right-wingers hail Nelson Mandela as a visionary and a champion of freedom while they’ve been doing their damnedest to smear and destroy everything and everyone who they consider to be remotely left-leaning, especially over … Continue reading

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