Education

Coincidentally: A Cornucopia of Pharmacopoeia

by Fr. George William Rutler

The Scots are famously reserved in their habits and modest demeanor, but this has not restrained their substantial claim to…

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Coincidentally: “Ebonics” for the new Mass

by Fr. George William Rutler

In 1996, the school board of Oakland, California, caused a stir by wanting to teach a dialect of English as…

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Coincidentally: Such Great Names As These

by Fr. George William Rutler

A commercial bank near me has been redecorated to celebrate the change of its nane. Several indifferent but well-done oil…

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Coincidentally: My Love For Minnehaha

by Fr. George William Rutler

It is clumsy to speak of the American Indian as a cipher for one people, for he was a cacophony…

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Coincidentally: Speaking of Wales

by Fr. George William Rutler

The Editor of this journal has asked me to write columns on matters of insignificance, as a respite from so…

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The Problem of Pain: Why Was God AWOL During the Holocaust?

by Dr. Peter Kreeft

“Pain is the only evil I know,” says the worldly Doctor Core to the priest in Walter M. Miller, Jr.’s…

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Coincidentally: Latitudes and Attitudes

by Fr. George William Rutler

The Reverend Samuel Wesley (1662-1735) lived in an age that is commonly caricatured as one of beef and ale and…

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A Just War Theory of Homeschooling

by Dr. William Fahey

 Given the increasing popularity of homeschooling among faithful Catholics, it is vital that those who practice it — or are thinking…

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The Beatific Vision: The Solution to Ancient Paradoxes | Dr. John McCarthy

by Dr. John McCarthy

Here is the video of a lecture by Dr. John McCarthy’s on The Beatific Vision. The lecture is 45 minutes…

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The Beatific Vision: The Solution to Ancient Paradoxes | John McCarthy

by Dr. John McCarthy

Here is the video of a lecture by Dr. John McCarthy’s on The Beatific Vision. The lecture is 45 minutes…

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The Role of Children’s Literature in a Digital Age | Dr. Amy Fahey

by Dr. Amy Fahey

Here is the video of a lecture by Dr. Amy Fahey on Children’s Literature. The lecture is 45 minutes with a…

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The Role of Children’s Literature in a Digital Age | Dr. Amy Fahey

by Dr. Amy Fahey

Here is the audio for a lecture by Dr. Amy Fahey on Children’s Literature. The lecture is 45 minutes with…

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Word of the Day: SOLITARY

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Word of the Day: SOLITARY We finished in class today the greatest poem ever written in English: Some natural tears…

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Word of the Day: WATCH

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Word of the Day: WATCH One of these days I will get around to reading a novel I’ve started and…

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Word of the Day: PILGRIM

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Word of the Day: PILGRIM “Pilgrim,” says Tom Doniphon to Ranse Stoddard, “YOU didn’t kill Liberty Valance. I did.” Everybody…

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Word of the Day: CLEAN

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Word of the Day: CLEAN I’ve done this one before, but I am thinking these days about the Beatitudes, whose…

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Equality, You Say?

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When I was a senior at Princeton, somebody knocked on my door, peddling a petition. He wanted me to sign…

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Word of the Day: LEARN

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Word of the Day: LEARN I am reading an excellent new book, The Decay of Truth in Education, by Kevin…

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Different World Alert

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I’ve been placing books on new shelves we’ve just put up, and came across a handsomely bound monograph, a doctoral…

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Word of the Day: PIOUS

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Word of the Day: PIOUS As I said the other day, we’re now beginning to read Virgil’s Aeneid, in the…

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