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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: Life and love on the march Commentary: Life and love on the march
17 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
“I wouldn’t have even considered abortion if it weren’t legal.” A woman was speaking about her own experience in front of the Supreme Court on the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the decision that made abortion legal in the United States. [Read More]
Commentary: Tolerance, violence and conversation Commentary: Tolerance, violence and conversation
19 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
This column begins as a little bit of a “love letter” to Anderson Cooper. And, no, not just because I felt for the man on New Year’s Eve as Kathy Griffin ragged on him and streaked his hair blue and pink on live TV. [Read More]
Commentary: Love and sacrifice in New Jersey Commentary: Love and sacrifice in New Jersey
22 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
If it doesn’t offend my friends in Philadelphia, I want to propose that the city’s new patron saint be a Jersey girl. [Read More]
Commentary: The radical nature of love Commentary: The radical nature of love
23 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
“Verdict is in: Pope Francis is a global rockstar,” one Twitter post declared. A recent Pew research report recently found that the pontiff had a positive image in much of the world. In his native Argentina, he enjoys a 91 percent favorability rating. [Read More]
Commentary: Picking up the slack for women Commentary: Picking up the slack for women
25 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
St. Vincent’s Hospital went from lifesaver to bankrupt to closed to construction site for luxury condominiums in what seemed the twinkle of an eye in lower Manhattan. [Read More]
Commentary: Rising against current of uncaring world Commentary: Rising against current of uncaring world
33 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
“Caring and sharing”: Believe it or not, that was the gist of a press day in the nation’s capital this past week. [Read More]
Commentary: Missing forest for trees, in midst of fire Commentary: Missing forest for trees, in midst of fire
36 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
“The West must shift from reactive to proactive, from crisis management to crisis prevention.” The target of this advice, given by Aram I Keshishian of the Armenian Apostolic Church, was Washington, D.C., but it also happens to be good counsel for the average citizen. [Read More]
Commentary: Highway to the danger zone Commentary: Highway to the danger zone
40 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
Remember MacGyver? He was the fictional television secret agent of 1980s television who would get out of world-threatening jams using only duct tape and a Swiss Army knife. Listening to Pope Francis in Korea the other day, I had some flashbacks to the prime-time show. [Read More]
Commentary: Moving away from our selfishness Commentary: Moving away from our selfishness
43 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
“Without courage, we cannot practice any other virtue with consistency,” the late poet Maya Angelou reflected in an interview with USA Today in 1988. “We can’t be kind, true, merciful, generous or honest.” [Read More]
Commentary: Highway from buffer zone danger Commentary: Highway from buffer zone danger
47 weeks ago - - KATHRYN LOPEZ
Beware the old woman offering you love. That summed up some of the reaction to the Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling that struck down Massachusetts’ buffer-zone law, which kept women and men seeking to offer help, counsel and prayer to women entering abortion clinics ... [Read More]
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