Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review

Kathryn Jean Lopez

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Recent articles by KATHRYN:

Twelve Things that Caught My Eye Today (December 10, 2019)

What grieving people wish you knew at Christmas. → Read More

Kamala Harris Learns the Hard Way: Lay Off the Knights of Columbus

Attacking a beacon of civil society is not a successful road to the White House. → Read More

Ten Things the Caught My Eye Today (December 5, 2019)

How Ivanka Trump is working on paid family leave, affordable child care – and why it hasn’t passed. → Read More

Twelve Things That Caught My Eye Today (December 3, 2019)

Twelve stories worth reading tonight, from adoption to Christianity. → Read More

They Told Me I Prayed Too Loudly

Every church should have open arms. In every pew and corner, people should be able to encounter God. Same with anyone who calls themselves a child of God. → Read More

Twelve Things That Caught My Eye Today (December (!) 2, 2019)

Twelve things that caught my eye today, regarding Christianity, Iran, Pope Francis, and more. → Read More

Hey Christians, Are We a Welcoming Committee?

Advent is a fitting season for Christians to be mindful of their mission to be welcoming to their neighbor. → Read More

Ten Things That Caught My Eye Today (November 26, 2019)

Walter Russell Mead writes that China Is Europe’s problem, too. → Read More

Wind Down, Already

"Discouragement is a form of pride; sadness is often caused by our egotism.” The sentence was the linguistic equivalent of a five-alarm fire, to be perfectly honest, not just for the culture but for my life. → Read More

Fifteen Things That Caught My Eye Today (Nov. 18, 2019)

Fifteen things that caught my eye, from Pope Francis to Planned Parenthood news. → Read More

A Congressman, a Homeless Man, and a President’s Daughter

We need to be more sensitive to people who are living their love of their families in trying, sacrificial ways. → Read More

Join Ramesh Ponnuru and Ivanka Trump Thursday at 2 Talking Paid Family Leave

Ramesh Ponnuru and Ivanka Trump discuss paid family leave on Thursday, November 14. → Read More

Ten Things That Caught My Eye (November 13, 2019)

Michael Wear on why we’re not supposed to talk about religion and politics at the dinner table. → Read More

What Are We Doing about Foster Children in America?

We all have our roles. There’s more than enough for all of us to do, including being practical supports to families with foster and adoptive children. → Read More

Ten Things that Caught My Eye Today (Nov. 7, 2019)

Private giving like GoFundMe shows America at its best. → Read More

Ten Things that Caught My Eye Today (November 5, 2019)

YouTube won’t let a medical doctor say this sentence. → Read More

What Are You Doing Tonight in New York City? How about Witnessing to Hope and Life?

Come see the short documentary I Lived on Parker Avenue at New York's Sheen Center tonight. → Read More

Seeing the Light of Christ in the Midst of all the Noise — and Evil

While others have written important books addressing the hurting in the Church, Dolan’s is an attempt to get everyone back to fundamentals. → Read More

Don't Lose Sight of What Really Counts

There are lots of legitimate and important questions about the state of the Church and the world today, and Cardinal Dolan has no problem addressing them. → Read More

Ten Things That Caught My Eye Today (October 25, 2019)

Stories that caught my eye today, from Peggy Noonan on the Catholic Church to Hong Kong. → Read More