It was good to see Mark Movsesian (“Defining Religion in the Court,” June/July 2023) tackle the issue of judicial religious exemptions for the increasing numbers of religious Nones among us. But I don’t think his guideline for distinguishing “religious” claims from other, conscientious . . . . Continue Reading »
Have you not heard of that mad Catholic professor who lit a lantern in the bright morning hours and ran to the marketplace, crying, “I seek Catholic higher education in the United States! I seek what St. John Paul II set forth in Ex Corde Ecclesiae!” As many who were standing around no . . . . Continue Reading »
“The Augustine School Statement on Social Theory” is a helpful guide to navigating some of the harmful ideologies and social theories of our day.
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Nicole Stelle Garnett joins the podcast to discuss religious liberty in schools today in light of her recent article, “A Victory for Religious Liberty and Educational Pluralism.” Continue Reading »
Our humanistic institutions are in the hands of people whose humanitas is feeble. They’re proud of that fact, though. They believe it’s warranted by social conditions, and they’re ready to pass along their ineptitude to the pupils they’re paid to edify. Continue Reading »