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Catholic Academics

Search TagX on Google View all posts tagged as Tagx Find TagX related info in WikiPedia Greg Sisk at Mirror of Justice— reflecting on Peggy Noonan’s charge that our thought leaders (including university elites) are detached from the essential nature of regular citizens– asks whether the charge applies just as well to profs at Catholic […]

Mortimer J. Adler Meets John Paul II

Ignatius Press has announced its Liberal Studies Program (LSP). LSP is based on Mortimer Adler’s Great Books program and is faithful to Ex Corde Ecclesiae, John Paul II’s Apostolic Constitution on Catholic Universities. Ignatius Press and Angelicum Great Books Program have joined with cooperating colleges in the US, Australia, and Europe, to launch the Ignatius-Angelicum […]

Love and Beauty

Catholicism is about both the intellect and the senses. Andrew Seeley’s essay is concerned with the latter and “the joyful duty of Catholic education.” He says: Our nation’s Puritanical past might lead us to think that to be religious is to deny ourselves what is beautiful, but the opposite is true.