By Sam Rocha
Anyone who has excelled at something knows the dark truth of its high costs and fleeting rewards. Surely we must reject at least a few conventions that draw and quarter life into oblivion, excellence be damned.
By Bart Price
The principles of “divine reading” apply not only to the Scripture but also our daily lives. If we practice them, they can aid not only in acquiring virtue but also our salvation.
Paul Ryan’s development with respect to poverty demonstrates that personal encounter and patience are far more effective than partisan confrontation.
May 21, 2015
Our vocation as Christians is to grow in the virtues that are suited to our personal vocation, which provides each of us a particular set of virtues to cultivate.
May 19, 2015
I sometimes wonder if the “priesthood question” doesn’t veil a lingering clericalism.
May 17, 2015
When someone claims to be transgender, we need much more to say than, “No, you’re not.”
May 11, 2015
Standardized testing is big business, not accountable to any regular oversight. It has, in all respects, failed.
May 6, 2015
What makes a vocation yours are the moments of beauty within it; not the (sometimes trying) selection of it. The spirit, not the law, is what saves.
Andrew M. Haines
May 4, 2015