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Defending the Church in China


For three weeks on the FORMED Book Club I've been discussing Cardinal Zen's book on the Church in China with Father Fessio and Vivian Dudro of Ignatius Press. Here are links to all three episodes....

Defending the Church in China2021-05-07T00:15:46-04:00

Einstein on Education


What did the last century's greatest scientist have to say about education? The answer will be surprising to many....

Einstein on Education2021-05-07T00:13:23-04:00

Hitler Seduces Marx


Who'd have thought that Hitler and Marx had so much in common....

Hitler Seduces Marx2021-05-05T22:43:23-04:00

George Will at Eighty


As George F. Will turns eighty, it bears noting that just as Whig writers in the eighteenth century learned their craft by studying the essays of Joseph Addison, so, too, have American conservative writers honed their writing skills by reading the columns of George Will.  While Will’s authorial elegance and insight have been influences on many [...]

George Will at Eighty2021-04-27T05:53:30-04:00

Sculptures in Sound


The National Catholic Register has published an adaptation of the foreword that I wrote for Michael Kurek's wonderful book, The Sound of Beauty....

Sculptures in Sound2021-05-02T17:21:51-04:00

The Riddle of Man


How does the classic tragedy, Oedipus Rex, address the riddle of man?

The Riddle of Man2021-04-29T15:56:25-04:00
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