Hungarian Conservative

Hungarian Conservative

Hungarian Conservative

Vilmos Apor is known as the Bishop of the Poor, and as the martyred prelate who was fatally wounded defending the girls and women under his protection from Soviet soldiers
In rural communities it was believed that those who bathe before sunrise on Good Friday will catch no disease. This ablution was considered not only beneficial against illnesses, but also
This year we commemorate the 176th anniversary of that glorious, rainy day when the revolutionary youth of Pest, joined by many of the good people of Pest and Buda, took
In our new print issue, among other eminent authors and fascinating topics, Carlos Roa covers the BRICS nations’ efforts to dethrone the US dollar as the number one global reserve
On this day that millions of Christians observe worldwide, we share St John Paul II’s thoughts on the significance of Ash Wednesday.
The brand new edition of our magazine features a piece by Miklós Szánthó, director general of the Center for Fundamental Rights, who wrote about the subversive nature and history of
Advent is one of the most important periods in the Christian world: it heralds the beginning of the Christmas season. According to the Gregorian calendar, it starts on the fourth
On the 67th anniversary of the 1956 Revolution, we are launching a new section dedicated to the Hungarian diaspora. The first articles of the new section tell the stories of
The brand new edition of our magazine features articles by famous American columnist Rod Dreher, advisor to the European Parliament and Ludovika University of Public Service researcher Lénárd Sándor, and
Béla Bartók, one of the greatest musical geniuses of the 20th century, and his friend, another world-renowned giant of Hungarian music, Zoltán Kodály undertook together their major endeavour of national