Gerard T. Mundy

About Gerard T. Mundy

Gerard T. Mundy is a writer and teaches philosophy at a private college in New York City. His essays have appeared in Public Discourse, the University Bookman, Crisis, the American Conservative, and the Federalist, among others.

The Mass that Always Was There

As a result of the 2020-2021 coronavirus pandemic, Catholic bishops in dioceses around the world restricted public access to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. In the United States, every Latin Rite diocese reportedly canceled public Masses at … [Read more...]

Catholics and Their Interaction with Other Religions in Contemporary Society

I. Contemporary Western society‚Äôs preponderant secular relativistic thought tendencies contend that all beliefs are to be deemed worthy of being considered as equally true. The philosophical concomitant outgrowths of this thought place s … [Read more...]