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KATHRYN LOPEZ

Kathryn Jean Lopez is editor-at-large of National Review Online. Her column is distributed by Universal Uclick. Email her at klopez@nationalreview.com.

Articles by KATHRYN LOPEZ

Commentary: Peace, retreat and inspiration Commentary: Peace, retreat and inspiration
2 days ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
DARIEN, CONN. — There are six sisters of the Order of the Most Holy Savior in the United States, and not one of them was born in this country. [Read More]
Commentary: Brightness on the edge of doom Commentary: Brightness on the edge of doom
2 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
At first glance, “Death Comes to the War Poets” sounds like the last thing one needs more of these days. Death and war. Amsterdam. London Bridge. Is succumbing to terrorism our new reality? People have had enough. [Read More]
Commentary: Climate, life and responsibility Commentary: Climate, life and responsibility
2 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
The headlines on the morning of June 2 seemed to say it all: President Donald Trump had announced that the United States is pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord. [Read More]
Commentary: Suicide is never painless Commentary: Suicide is never painless
5 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
“I’m sad this is so hard for Mommy. I think it is even harder for Mrs. O’Beirne.” [Read More]
Commentary: The evil of religious persecution Commentary: The evil of religious persecution
6 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
“I’m here on behalf of the president as a tangible sign of his commitment to defending Christians and, frankly, all who suffer for their beliefs across the wider world,” Vice President Mike Pence said. [Read More]
Commentary: Attention must be paid Commentary: Attention must be paid
9 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
“If ‘never again’ means anything, I had to be here today.” The words came from a rabbi, calling to mind the Holocaust, standing among Christians outside a church in New York on Good Friday evening. The rabbi spoke at a former Catholic church, now being leased to Coptic Christians. [Read More]
Commentary: Let's not look away from Syria Commentary: Let's not look away from Syria
11 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
Sometimes chemical weapons and missiles have an odd way of uniting people, however briefly. [Read More]
Commentary: The greatest engine for good Commentary: The greatest engine for good
11 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
This is one of those times of year where people who don’t usually attend church may find themselves attending services. Maybe it’s part of a family visit. Maybe it’s tradition. Maybe it’s an itch in need of scratching. Or maybe it’s a desire. [Read More]
Commentary: Contemplation and creativity Commentary: Contemplation and creativity
13 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
Mother Angelica, the founder of the world-ranging media operation, EWTN, has been dead for a year. But she’s still changing lives. Her biographer, Raymond Arroyo, can testify to it. [Read More]
Commentary: Miracles, history on St. Patrick's Day Commentary: Miracles, history on St. Patrick's Day
15 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
This St. Patrick’s Day marks the anniversary of something of a miracle. It was on March 17 of last year that then-Secretary of State John Kerry surprised the world by recognizing that Christians and other religious minorities in Iraq and Syria are targets of genocide. [Read More]
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