Paper Clippings The Blog of The Crossroads Cultural Center

Paper Clippings, more than a classical blog, is a service providing valuable reading material in order to help readers reach a judgment about current affairs. Comments and discussion are more than welcome.

Monday
Nov192018

Starving for recognition

An interesting book review by Sohrab Ahmari.
Tuesday
Nov062018

In the great library

A nice book review by Peter Hitchens.
Friday
Oct192018

Fraying bonds

Yuval Levin on the "loneliness" debate.
Tuesday
Sep252018

Realist

Father Cervellera gives a very balanced assessment of the China-Vatican deal.
Tuesday
Sep042018

Acute cognitive dissonance

A rant on the mindset of Western liberal elites by John Gray.
Saturday
Sep012018

Something greater

Many religious communities are reporting increases in the number of vocations.
Wednesday
Aug152018

Don't wait

Rusty Reno points out that the Church is always renewed by movements.
Wednesday
Aug082018

Deeper grace

A new anthology of writings by Simone Weil.
Tuesday
Jul032018

Lost city?

An interesting but pessimistic article on the evolution of New York City.
Monday
Jun252018

That makes sense

There is a connection between suicide and the perception that our life is meaningless.
Monday
Jun252018

Original sin

"It’s as if there’s a flaw, ... there’s a flaw in our code and it follows us around."
Friday
Jun222018

Unhealthy

More on loneliness.
Friday
Jun152018

Personalism

Tuesday
May012018

Isolated

An epidemics of loneliness.
Tuesday
May012018

Beauty educates

A great column by David Brooks on "La Cometa."