Into the Wild of Freedom

Daily, I trek out to my own “Alaskan wilderness” to prove that I can survive and even thrive on my own. But I find that this pursuit is disappointing and ends in icy loneliness. When I seek myself, my self is all I can ever hope to find.


Anna Smith

November 23, 2014

Interstellar Exploration and the God Who Motivates It

Should not space travel be seen as part of our participation in God’s renewal of the world by baptizing all of creation with our presence?


Ryan Shinkel

November 19, 2014

What’s Wrong with Contemporary Catholic Fiction?

We need to recover and imbue our works with a “sense of the sacred”—the sense of the sacramental nature of all creation, including man’s embodied existence as a creature in the imago dei—in order to remedy the contemporary crisis of Catholic fiction and literature.


Michelle Tholen

November 18, 2014

Feminist Personalism

The feminist movement is dedicated to deconstructing essentials and to revising tradition to make room for change. This is not philosophy; it’s propaganda.


Samantha Schroeder

November 17, 2014

The Difference Between Ivory-Tower and Street-Level Scientism

Our street-level scientism needs a cure: a liberally educated approach that sees the harmony in the whole of truth toward which we run both by the love of myth and by love of wisdom itself.


John Brungardt

November 13, 2014

Book Review: Dangerous Passions, Deadly Sins

Dylan Pahman reviews Dennis Ockholm’s new release from Brazos Press, Dangerous Passions, Deadly Sins: Learning from the Psychology of Ancient Monks.


Dylan Pahman

November 13, 2014