Publications


Do Catholic Hospitals Discriminate?

Transgender patients raise issues of identity and language for Catholic health care facilities.

A Papal Tutor of Heroic Virtue

It’s not difficult to trace the influence of Jan Tyranowski on the teaching of the young man he helped to discern a vocation to the priesthood – the young man who would go on to become Pope St. John Paul II.

A Supreme Successor to Justice Scalia

Rocky Mountain native Neil Gorsuch has an impressive judicial record as an originalist.

A Warning Sign

The last few days need to serve as a bright, blaring warning to the new administration that it is not yet prepared to do its job in confronting the crises that surely lie ahead.

Is High Culture a Luxury, or a Necessity?

From fine art to music, enjoying high culture has largely been seen as a reserve for leisure time – but in truth, it’s an essential element of everyday life.

How Trump Could Turn a Good Neighbor Into a Bad One

With his insults and unnecessary posturing, Donald Trump is jeopardizing one of America’s most important relationships.

How Dr. Seuss Can Help Explain the March for Life to Children

As today’s March for Life unfolds in Washington, D.C., parents may find themselves asking how to get across the pro-life argument to young children in a way that doesn’t seem either terrifying or harsh.

Where Do Our Morals Come From?

Today, in academic philosophy, the idea of morality as a feeling has mostly won the day, albeit with moral rationalists fighting a vigorous insurgency.

Trump’s Real Trade Problem Is Money

Protectionism won’t cure the import-export imbalance. The solution lies in monetary policy.

Theology isn’t Math; but it is Theology

There are many ways of doing theology, and not all of them are strictly syllogistic. But if theology decays into illogical forms of Newspeak, it is false to itself.