by on April 12th, 2017

Archbishop Chaput has produced an able and perceptive response to some of the most urgent questions besetting American Catholics today.

by on March 13th, 2017

Anthony Esolen’s new book offers a bracing diagnosis and prescription for contemporary American culture.

by on August 19th, 2016

Our interest in the Olympic Games can teach us something about the goodness of playing, and watching, sports.

by on October 2nd, 2015

Administrators and faculty are quick to appeal to and develop programs around “diversity.” But what is diversity? It is neither a virtue, nor a basic good, nor even a generally positive descriptor. The commitment to diversity at many universities requires more scrutiny than it is typically given.

by on October 28th, 2014

Notre Dame’s acceptance of the same-sex marriage movement’s rhetorical paradigm has made our nation’s flagship Catholic institution impotent. Yet there is an opportunity for the Notre Dame community to model ways to promote the good amid the crumbling ruins of institutional integrity.

by on May 21st, 2014

The University of Notre Dame is unwilling to bear an “uncompromising witness,” as Pope Francis challenged it to do, to the moral truths of marriage and sexuality. This is a subtle but certain pastoral failure on the university’s part.

by on October 18th, 2013

National Coming Out Day’s emphasis on “celebrating” students’ self-identification as LGBT undermines Notre Dame’s pastoral responsibility to help students develop an integrated sexual identity and a true understanding of human dignity.