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Arts

  1. All This Useless Beauty

    Jessica Hooten Wilson discusses the countercultural power of beauty.

Catechesis

Catholic Education

  1. Anchoring Authority

    Leonardo Franichi  navigates seemingly competing claims.

Catholic Imagination

  1. A Protestant Integralist?

    Peter Leithart recalls the life and thought of John Williamson Nevin.  

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Liturgy

  1. Advent's Binding of Isaac

    Kristen Drahos explains Advent's sacrifice of money and riches. 

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  2. You Gotta Confront Who You Are!

    Travis Lacy, ND PhD Candidate in Systematic Theology, confronts the unsettling reality of monastic prayer.
  3. A Priest for James Carroll

    Joshua J. Whitfield, theologian and Pastoral Administrator, describes what the abuse scandal looks like from the inside. 

Monsters

  1. The Founding Violence That Never Ends

    Cyril O'Regan, ND Huisking Chair of Theology, contemplates American history through Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian.

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News

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Pro-Life

  1. The Chief Target of the New Totalitarianism

    Jessica Hooten Wilson, Associate Professor of Literature at John Brown University, introduces the struggle between the family and the soft totalitarianism. 

Saturdays with the Saints

  1. Newman and the Dis-Asters of Modernity

      Cyril O'Regan, University of Notre Dame Huisking Chair in Theology, explains John Henry Newman's contribution to the present age.  
  2. God, Country, and Joan of Arc

    Ann Astell, ND Professor of Theology, explains Joan of Arc's significance in terms of God, Country, and Notre Dame.

Science and Religion

Tech and Media

  1. Our New World Without Kith or Kin

    Scott Beauchamp, author of the forthcoming "Did You Kill Anyone?," breaks down the Second Demographic Transition's plague of lonely deaths.

Theology

  1. The Consumer's Regress

    Scott Beauchamp on the spiritual twists and turns of crass consumerism.