There are a lot of ways that we are called to endure injustice. Some of them we are more comfortable with than others. One of them is how we conduct ourselves in discussion/debate with those we disagree. Principled people of any sort face the challenge today of a public that is, at large, irrational, illogical, …
Category Archive: Philosophy and Culture
I’ll be chatting with Jon Leonetti on the morning show on Iowa Catholic Radio today about technology – specifically: how to keep from being mastered by technology. It will be a very quick little chat and so I don’t know how far we will get but I wanted to post a few thoughts and links …
Terri Carrol, a sociology professor at Bowling Green and the co-director of the National Center for Family and Marriage Research (NCFMR), has a lot of interesting information to share in the article “State of the American Family” that was recently published in BGSU Magazine. But what goes unsaid in fact speaks far louder. Behind the …
A big part of the New Evangelization is the restatement of the obvious. Catholic convert Don Smith gives fantastic advice for identifying and seizing important evangelistic moments.
Let not the practical define the ideal, But let not the latter the former to steal, In light of the possible, informed by the best, Do the “ought”, then the “can”, and then pray for the rest.