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The Dead End of Catholic Nationalism

The Christian nationalist state is one in which civil rulers—for a time—regard the Church as a convenient ally. Once this comes to an end, however, the “Christian” state transforms into a state hostile to those it was once designed to protect.

Original Article: “The Dead End of Catholic Nationalism”

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