by Glenn Arbery
From Anthony Esolen and R.R. Reno to Archbishop Chaput and Rod Dreher, book after book this year has warned us that Christian culture has receded from the mainstream: we cannot expect the broader world to understand traditional Catholicism.
Those of us who hold to the Church’s profoundly counter-cultural doctrines seem to many in the secular world strange and atavistic.
An emphasis on religious liberty baffles those who instantly decry any violation of “transgender rights.”