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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: A different kind of pro-life strategy Commentary: A different kind of pro-life strategy
41 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
“I skipped out of the confessional.” For 29 years, Veronica (I’ve changed her name to protect her privacy) had avoided the church and lived in “constant fear,” as she describes it, “that my secret would get out and the people I loved the most would be hurt the most.” [Read More]
Commentary: Changes in gratitude ... and attitude Commentary: Changes in gratitude ... and attitude
46 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
Back in December, Princeton professor Robert P. George was in the hospital with heart trouble and it did not sound good. [Read More]
Commentary: Political bedrock in a tumultuous time Commentary: Political bedrock in a tumultuous time
48 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
“The political turmoil of this year has left us in moral incoherence.” No, that’s not a premature assessment of the race for the presidency of the United States this year but was actually spoken by the late William F. Buckley Jr. in 1999. [Read More]
Commentary: A tale of true forgiveness and love Commentary: A tale of true forgiveness and love
49 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
“I forgave ISIS.” An Iraqi Christian in Jordan sitting in what looks to be a church auditorium gives her testimony. “We love our enemy, even the ones that hurt us.” [Read More]
Commentary: Marching for life in blizzard of love Commentary: Marching for life in blizzard of love
51 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
WASHINGTON — As I write, the annual March for Life is about to happen on the National Mall, despite the massive snowstorm descending on the East Coast. [Read More]
Commentary: Stand up for women and their children Commentary: Stand up for women and their children
52 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
Do you ever daydream about Hillary Clinton? My friend and colleague Ramesh Ponnuru did once. It’s how he opened the first chapter of his book, “The Party of Death,” some years ago. [Read More]
Commentary: Acknowledge genocide to stop it Commentary: Acknowledge genocide to stop it
54 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
NEW YORK — A sign with a flower outside a cathedral at what has to be one of Manhattan’s busiest intersections on 34th Street and Second Avenue stands as a subtle reminder of genocide. [Read More]
Commentary: Christians need support in Middle East Commentary: Christians need support in Middle East
57 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
ROME — There are people being killed and crucified. Families are being shackled. Unspeakable things are being done to women. True Christian martyrdom is happening in the world today. [Read More]
Commentary: Now's time for virtuous leadership Commentary: Now's time for virtuous leadership
58 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
Did you know that you are created for greatness? My friends at the University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D., want to make sure you do. [Read More]
Commentary: A 'Scandal' for all the wrong reasons Commentary: A 'Scandal' for all the wrong reasons
60 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
All is not calm. All is not bright or right. A holiday episode of the ABC prime-time series “Scandal” recently showed its lead character, Washington “fixer” Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), at work. [Read More]
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