A vigorous defence of the Catholic confessional state against liberalism, both left and 'right', by philosopher Thomas Pink.
From Public Discourse
By Thomas Pink
States that do not recognize both natural law and the transformation of law and public reason brought about by the raising of religion to a supernatural good will become confessors of false belief opposed to Christianity, and their great power will turn from supporting Christianity to opposing or even repressing it, especially in relation to its moral teaching.
Thomas Pink is Professor of Philosophy at King’s College, London. He writes on ethics, metaphysics, political and legal philosophy and on the history of these subjects.