A Catholic Call to Courage

As he stood before the rain-soaked crowd estimated to be as great as 20,000, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn suggested to the 1978 graduating class of Harvard University with that truly Russia sense of solemn sincerity and conviction that what the West lacked above all else—and in his view the West lacked quite a good bit—was courage. Said Solzhenitsyn: … Read more