Contrary to the popular view, children are integral to marriage.
Paige Hochschild is assistant professor of systematic theology at Mount St. Mary’s University.
Paige Hochschild, and others, including your humble scribe, will be speaking. It’s an important event: formulating the pro-life message in Gotham. Please join us. For more information, look for upcoming events in New York at www.thomisticinstitute.org. R.R.
Paige Hochschild wants to understand the intrinsic connection of marriage and the rearing of children (“What Are Children For?” January). She takes as her adversary Engels and his celebration of “modern, individual sex-love.” Before turning to St. Thomas for h
Paige Hochschild posits that “speaking meaningfully of complementarity” is necessary in defending the good of heterosexual marriage, yet she is skeptical of the voice of Catholic “New Feminism” in this conversation, implying that it is not “good theological an
Nine scholars and writers respond to pointed propositions about sex, gender, and marriage.
Paige Hochschild Douglas Farrow’s theses constitute a defense of marriage as an institution that orders persons to the common good, arising from the natural differences of male and female, the complementarity of which is crucial for the fulfillment of the ind
Paige Hochschild Emmitsburg, Maryland At the beginning of his review of Crunchy Cons, Gilbert Meilaender reports on his eating and enjoyment of a Burger King Whopper. It must have given him indigestion. I found his review to be parsimonious rather t