The Difficult Yet Noble Art of Politics
Like any art, politics can become excellent or even beautiful. We must strengthen our habits, know our history, cherish our traditions, and build up our institutions.
‘Mostly Dead’ is ‘Still Alive’
A possible upcoming revision to the Uniform Declaration of Death Act could subjectivize the all-important issue of when a human being is truly dead.
The Christian Athlete: Witnessing versus Privacy
How is the Christian athlete to embrace his or her podium in order to witness to the Gospel?
The Christian Athlete: You Are So Weak!
The qualities that make one a good athlete bring with them a unique set of vulnerabilities.
Another Letter Concerning Catholic Scientists
Another response to the question of the difference it makes whether a professor of physics, chemistry, or biology is a Catholic.
Science within the Church
What does it mean to be a Catholic scientist?
The Myth of Chance
In the myth of chance, reason itself loses its footing on which to stand. For in a world of random accidents, there is no objective truth to build upon or assert.
The Christian Athlete: Me, Myself, and I
The life of an athlete is demanding, and the temptation to become overly focused on oneself is always present.
The Christian Athlete: Ideals
Christian leaders, popes, and early Church Fathers have long recognized that Christians can imitate athletes in the way they train and compete.
Strategic Recommendations for Evangelization in a Gnostic World
Christians living in the midst of the Gnostic visions of the modern world will benefit from five key recommendations based on St. John Henry Newman's insights into belief and imagination.