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7th Annual Catholic Literature Conference

by Dr. Amy Fahey /Joseph Pearce /Fr. Michael Kerper /Prof. Janet Benestad

Join us on Saturday, April 25 at Montminy Hall of Ste. Marie’s Parish in Manchester, New Hampshire for an opportunity…

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Chesterton Reading Group:
The Flying Inn

by G.K. Chesterton /Dr. William Fahey

Join us this February 28th, 7:00 PM, at Mercy Hall for the second meeting of the Chesterton Society of the…

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Plato’s Republic Reading Group

by Phil Lawler

Join Phil Lawler every Thursday for a discussion about Plato’s Republic. For more information contact: center@thomasmorecollege.edu

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Coincidentally: The Savage Breast Soothed

by Fr. George William Rutler

As music is by a universal consent of philosophy the highest of arts, it can be counted on to have…

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GKC’s The Napoleon of Notting Hill: How to Be a Catholic Lunatic

by Sean Fitzpatrick

America stands in need of a new revolution to free itself from the tyranny of bureaucracy and the ensuing slavery of…

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Plato’s Republic Reading Group

by Phil Lawler

Join Phil Lawler every Thursday for a discussion about Plato’s Republic. For more information contact: center@thomasmorecollege.edu

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What Is Civic about Virtue?
Geoffrey M. Vaughan, D.Phil.

The virtues are necessary for our flourishing, and so is civic life. But what makes a virtue “civic”, as opposed…

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What Is Civic about Virtue?

A Lecture by Geoffrey M. Vaughan, Ph.D. Professor of Political Science at Assumption College The virtues are necessary for our…

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Orwell’s 1984: Are We There Yet?

by Sean Fitzpatrick

The second most terrifying thing about George Orwell’s 1984 is the supposition that it is possible to destroy humanity without destroying humankind….

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Coincidentally: The Rosewell Incident

by Fr. George William Rutler

Proponents of the theory that aliens from outer space crashed in Roswell, New Mexico, in June of 1947 were encouraged…

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Coincidentally: Arma Virumque

by Fr. George William Rutler

By an instinct common to all youth who have not had pacifism violently hammered into them, the inventive child will…

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Dostoevsky and the Glory of Guilt

by Sean Fitzpatrick

There are only a very few authors whose works bear the power of changing the way the whole world is perceived…

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Christianity and the Rise of American Progressivism

A Lecture by Ronald J. Pestritto, Ph.D. Graduate Dean & Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College The talk will address…

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Nightfall: Péguy’s La Nuit and the Hope of Discontinuity

by Patrick Whalen

The French poet and philosopher Charles Péguy died in September, 1914 with a bullet through his head. He had anticipated the…

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Confessions…Of a Computer Hater

by Dr. Peter Kreeft

Make no mistake: I do not merely hate computers. I loathe, fear, despise, curse, and have constant torture and dismemberment fantasies…

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St. Thomas More (1478-1535)

by Dr. William Fahey

February 7 (the anniversary of his birth) It was the stubble.  That, more than anything, drew me to Saint Thomas…

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Adam’s Curse: William Butler Yeats on Original Sin

by Patrick Whalen

We made a good run in Genesis… all of two and a half chapters before finding ourselves on the business end…

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The Merchant of Venice: Shakespearean Insincerity

by Sean Fitzpatrick

Insincerity in people is recognized as a problem, which is why Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice is recognized as the “problem play.” The Merchant…

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The Liberal Arts and Sexual Morality

by Dr. Peter Kreeft

Are the liberal arts and sexual morality connected? There is strong evidence that they are, for if we graph their…

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Coincidentally: A Bridge to the Future

by Fr. George William Rutler

The promise to “build a bridge to the future” has become a mantra in recent politics. It is less cogent…

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