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Tim Muldoon Dec 18, 2014
Eugene Volokh, the Gary T. Schwartz Professor of Law at the UCLA School of Law, wrote in yesterday's Washington Post about a speech controversy at Marquette.The back story (via InsideHigherEd): A Teac...
Tim Muldoon Dec 09, 2014
Yesterday, my colleague Tobias Winright, a former corrections and police officer and now the Hubert Mäder Endowed Chair of Health Care Ethics and Associate Professor of Theological Ethics at Saint Lou...
Tim Muldoon Dec 08, 2014
Acclaimed novelist Alice McDermott, author of such novels as Someone (2013), After This (2006) and Charming Billy (1998), gave a talk at Boston College last April, and an excerpt from that talk is at ...
Tim Muldoon Dec 05, 2014
The Theos Think Tank has released a lucid essay on Christian humanism in an effort to reclaim the term "humanism" as a category of Christian thought. In answer to the Humanist movement (example), auth...
The Capstone
Tim Muldoon Dec 02, 2014
Joe Humphreys at the Irish Times asks whether John Henry Newman's vision for Catholic universities has died.He speaks with Paul Shrimpton, author of a new book on Newman's vision of higher education, ...
The Capstone
Tim Muldoon Nov 14, 2014
Sunday November 16 marks the 25th anniversary of the murder of six Jesuits, their housekeeper, and her daughter at the Universidad Centroamericana "José Simeón Cañas" (abbreviated as UCA) in El Salvad...
Tim Muldoon Nov 13, 2014
Over at Aleteia, Randall B. Smith considers the college accreditation process, and argues that bishops could undertake a similar process in accrediting colleges and universities as authentically Catho...
Tim Muldoon Nov 05, 2014
What drives the life of the intellect is something that itself is not intellectual: namely, a desire to know. Philosopher/theologian Bernard Lonergan, SJ described this dynamic in his massive tome Ins...
Tim Muldoon Oct 30, 2014
Theology needs science. So writes William C. Mattison, a moral theologian at the Catholic University of America in the most recent issue of Integritas. Or rather, to be more precise, Mattison suggests...
Tim Muldoon Oct 23, 2014
John D. Cunningham, S.J., a particle physicist at Loyola University Chicago, writes in the current volume of Integritas about the rocky history of scientific study in Catholic higher education. He des...
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