Higher Ed

Catholic Identity Higher Ed

A vision for Catholic education in Ireland

Men and women who have education in the liberal arts are much better able to adapt to the ever-evolving demands of commerce and finance

Catholic Identity Higher Ed

Lambs to the slaughter: Catholic students at secular colleges

The problem with secular and pseudo-Catholic colleges is not only what students learn there, but what they never get a chance to learn

Catholic Identity Higher Ed

The unity of a university

The very name of a university means that it is a unity of knowledge; without Christ as its center, it is little more than a network of thoughts and a federation of sciences

Higher Ed News

The Society of Jesus without Jesus

Jesus does not appear in a new article extoling Jesuits at Georgetown, nor is His name in the university’s description of its ‘Catholic and Jesuit’ values

Higher Ed News

Buckle down, Machiavelli, buckle down

Academic freedom, freedom of speech, and freedom of the press are all oriented toward that greater good, which is truth

Higher Ed News

John Bosco inspires new campus ministry

Arlington, Va., priest founds ministry to bring fallen-away Catholics back to the Faith

Higher Ed News

The Pope, Portugal and American ‘Catholic’ universities

The Church has urgent truths to bring to the world, and the world will always be in some degree of enmity against the truth

Higher Ed Opinion

Questioning the questions modern universities ask

There is no such thing as ‘my truth,’ there is only truth which I affirm or reject

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 Opinion

For 50 grand you get egg-roll too

There is no such thing as a ‘diverse’ student; you cannot in yourself be ‘diverse,’ just as you cannot in yourself be ‘various.’