Joseph Pearce

JOSEPH PEARCE is a senior fellow at The Cardinal Newman Society and editor of its journal. He is a senior contributor at The Imaginative Conservative and senior editor at the Augustine Institute. His books include biographical works on C.S. Lewis, Shakespeare, Tolkien, Chesterton, Solzhenitsyn and Belloc.

Higher Ed

Focus on FOCUS

It’s dangerous to think that nothing is lost by attending a secular college, as long as it has a good campus ministry or FOCUS group

Higher Ed News

A visit to the University of Mary

Monsignor Shea has overseen a rapid growth in enrollment inspired by radical, innovative approaches to development and a deep commitment to the Catholic liberal arts

Opinion

The arrogant ignorance of the ‘well-educated’

This bumper sticker—“What you call the Liberal Elite, we call being well-educated”—was designed to offend and is supremely supercilious and arrogant

Higher Ed News

Timidity at Assumption College

Liberal fright and the flight from reason: Catholic college in Massachusetts disinvites scholar after threat of violence from ‘anti-fascist’ group

Opinion

The Cardinal Newman Society and I: The adventure begins

Having worked in Catholic education at the college level for the past sixteen years, I have long admired the work of The Cardinal Newman Society.

K-12 News

Catholic social teaching and the rights of Catholic schools

The principles of subsidiarity and solidarity are two great pillars of the Catholic Church’s social teaching