Letter to the Editor: September 2012
The Glorious & the Grotesque... Riders on the Storm... Stranger Than Fiction... Theater of the Absurd... The Mother of Madness... Natural Law Appeals... Antidote to Anti-Logic... A Prison Scholar's Special Thanks... A Time to Speak or a Time to Keep Silence?READ ARTICLE
The News You May Have Missed
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Stink Bomb... Redemption Through Reading... No Laughing Matter... Remains of the Day... For Greater (GastrointestinabpGlory... Feminine Excellence... Appetite for Destruction... Now, About Those Leprechauns... Look Who's Talking NowREAD ARTICLE
New Oxford Notes: September 2012
Guaranteed Controversy... Man-Child in the Promised LandREAD ARTICLE
Can Nice Guys Finish First?
One must assume that men and women will be most creative when they are closest to a Creator who is the source of all truth, goodness, and beauty.READ ARTICLE
Why Support Catholic Schools?
Catholic schools embrace a mission that is illegal in public schools: the embodiment of Jesus Christ in the faculty, staff, students, and their parents.READ ARTICLE
Is the Natural Law Still Natural?
The natural law is a kind of moral blueprint that points us in the direction of our full flourishing as human beings.READ ARTICLE
Is Postmodern Man Irrational?
The Gospel was spread in the first centuries through an appeal to the wondrous mystery of the cross, the paradox of the redemption of man through the murder of God.READ ARTICLE
The Ass of Burden & the Lion of Conquest
The presence of the lion implies victory. The ass's presence, however, means that the victory will not be easy, but will result from the bearing of heavy burdens.READ ARTICLE
Too Late Have I Loved You
Though I didn’t suffer the physiological consequences of abortion, I couldn’t escape the psychological ones.READ ARTICLE
The Optimistic Pessimism of G.K. Chesterton
GKC did believe creation and its Creator are good, but not that the majority of people would always choose rightly or that any merely human structure would endure.READ ARTICLE
Briefly: September 2012
The Church and Abortion: A Catholic Dissent... Solzhenitsyn: A Soul in Exile (Revised and Updated)READ ARTICLE
"Catholicism's Intellectual Prizefighter!"
- Karl Keating