James Vogel

James Vogel is the assistant editor of the Angelus, the monthly magazine of the Society of St. Pius X.

Latest by James Vogel in Chronicles

  • April 2007

    The Springtime That Wasn’t

    The Second Vatican Council (1962-65) was arguably the most significant event in the Catholic Church in the 20th century. No other issue has had such wide-ranging effects on Catholics throughout the world, and none (excepting, perhaps, contraception) is debated with as much vigor among Catholics today, more than 40 years later.

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  • 3:00 A.M. in America
    August 2006

    3:00 A.M. in America

    In Decade of Nightmares, Philip Jenkins considers how the progressive and “forward-looking” decade of free love, drugs, and cultural revolution led to the reactionary “counterrevolution” of the 1980’s, personified by Ronald Reagan.

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  • <i>Contra War, Contra</i> Neo-conned
    February 2006

    Contra War, Contra Neo-conned

    Readers of Chronicles know that the American war with Iraq is worthy of condemnation on many levels.

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