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  1. The Barbarian and the Virgin Mary

    Dwight Lindley, Associate Professor of English at Hillsdale College, looks to the Virgin Mary for a non-abstract inclusivity.

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  2. Welcome to Our New Site!

    Senior Editors Timothy O'Malley and Artur Sebastian Rosman invite you to browse through our new user-friendly site.

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  3. Educational Theory Stifles Education

    Samuel D. Rocha, UBC Assistant Professor of Philosophy of Education, takes a look at education theory through a messianic lens.

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  4. Church Life Journal's Best of 2018

    Artur Rosman, Managing Editor of Church Life Journal, reviews our journal's most-read essays of 2018 and looks forward to 2019.

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  5. Fitting a Saddle Onto a Cow

    Brooke Tranten, ND MTS history of Christianity student, observes how and why communism failed in Poland because of the Church.

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  6. Lonergan's Communal Novum Organon

    Rev. John Cush, Academic Dean of the Pontifical North American College in Rome, lays out Lonergan's theological achievement and what lies ahead of it.

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  7. The Catholic Resistance to Corporatized College

    Anthony Sciglitano, Associate Professor in Religion at Seton Hall, looks to Catholic universities for resistance to the corporatization of higher education.

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  8. There Is No Salvation Through the University

    Timothy O'Malley, Director of the ND Center for Liturgy, on the insignificance of law school admissions and entrance into MBA programs for salvation.

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  9. School as Personalist Community

    Education is power. I’ve heard this many times, and I don’t disagree. However, our educational system is in crisis. Our diocesan schools are in crisis, and the solutions coming from the top don’t really seem to be helpi...

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  10. Why (Most) Dorm Parties Make Love Impossible

    Last week, in the blog for my class on the sacrament of marriage, I addressed how pornography has malformed the imagination of most Catholics, making it difficult for the gift of love intrinsic to the spousal relationship to take pl...

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  11. The Universality and Idiosyncrasy of Sainthood

    Every saint is idiosyncratic. On the face of it, this seems so self-evident that we might wonder why it even needs to be said. Of course, St. Ignatius of Antioch is different from St. Ignatius of Loyola. Obviously, St. Teresa of Ávi...

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