Monstrous

Harvard is sponsoring a Black Mass using a consecrated Host. Demonstrating once again the back-handed compliment that the devil always pays to Jesus Christ, the blasphemy is directed, not toward Zeus, Quetzelcoatl or Mars, but toward the one true God. In turn, blasphemy always destroys, not God, who cannot be harmed, but the blasphemer, who [Read More...]

Modesty, Thy Name Is Trivers

Rutgers suspends prof whose greatness renders him unable to teach courses that are beneath him “I don’t want to sound immodest, but I am one of the greatest social theorists in evolutionary biology alive, period,” Trivers told the campus newspaper. “I won the Crafoord Prize, which is considered the Nobel Prize for evolution, [worth] half [Read More...]

The Forces of Liberal Education…

…are now squarely arrayed against your kid getting actual education. One English prof therefore heads out the door with an eloquent farewell to all that. [Read more...]

Robert Stackpole’s “Letters to a College Student”

A reader writes: In light of your contribution to Disorientation, I thought Dr. Robert Stackpole’s ongoing series called “Letters to a College Student” might be of interest to you and your readers. He’s been addressing some of the basic objections to faith which Catholics attending college often face, and doing it in (I think) a [Read More...]

My Home Town

A friend writes: Today I walked into the Catholic Campus Ministry Office (they don’t call it a Newman Center) at Seattle University and had this little exchange: Me: Hi, I was wondering if you could tell me about the confession schedule on campus. Front desk: HUH? Confession schedule? Me: Yes, do you know when the priests hear [Read More...]

The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College (2014 edition) is out

The Cardinal Newman Society want to spread the word about faithful Catholic colleges to as many Catholic families as possible: New Resources to Help Catholic Families Find Faithful Colleges [Read more...]

California: Pioneering the Way to Getting Rid of “Safe”…

…from the old “safe, legal, and rare” dodge for excusing abortion they used to toss around during the Clinton years. Jerry Brown (another triumph of Jesuit education) signs into law a bill permitting non-physician abortions. Because as Kermit Gosnell demonstrated, what the abortion industry really needs is to add to the already unregulated butchery industry [Read More...]

The College of Saint Mary Magdalen Looks Promising

My name is Katie Moffett and I am the Director of Communications at the College of Saint Mary Magdalen.  The reason I am reaching out to you today is because I have read your blog and know you are a faithful Catholic with many faithful readers.  My hope in writing to you is to inform [Read More...]

The Knights of Columbus…

…are too Catholic for Gonzaga University. I would sooner send my kids to a Protestant or secular school than to a Jesuit institution. [Read more...]

Florida Atlantic University: Investigate Deandre Poole

According to a student there, Prof Poole tried to force student to blaspheme Jesus and punished him when he refused. Academics are, fortunately, lily-livered cowards for the most part and succumb to pressure pretty easily when the press takes notice.  So if you contact the President there and demand that this alleged act of abuse be investigated and, [Read More...]

The Academic Left’s Love of Violence

Now and then, as with the recent career of the repellent and evil Chris Dorner, somebody comes along who hits all the right buttons for the academic left and lets all the their creepy love of extreme violence come spurting out. Dorner managed to combine all the normal shibboleths about race, militarism, class war, gun [Read More...]

The College of Saint Mary Magdalen seems promising

Established as a residential, Catholic liberal arts college in 1973 and located in Warner, New Hampshire, the College of Saint Mary Magdalen seeks—through the rigorous study, discussion of primary texts, and through its vibrantly Catholic student life—to call their students to the life-long pursuit of intellectual and moral virtue, following Christ who is the source [Read More...]


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