Coming tomorrow in On the Square: first, R. R. Reno reflects on what Christianity in general and Catholicism in general brings to the modern university, and then David Goldman offers a Rooseveltian plan for increasing employment and challenging the unions.

Until then, you might want to look at this week’s offerings and the discussions that follow them: Joseph Bottum’s The Freeloader’s Culture , Elizabeth Scalia’s Love, Limits, and Loss , Joe Carter’s Our Abusive Balladeers , and George Weigel’s An Anniversary of Consequence .