The Church played a central if not exclusive role in the establishment and encouragement of the university.
When I look at the Church, I see a treasure trove of wonders and mysteries to which we grow all too accustomed.
Several years ago my son and I were sitting in the beautiful courtyard of San Juan Capistrano.
There's much to say about Charles Carroll's contributions to America as statesman and senator and much to admire about this man's amiable and noble character.
The first sight that met my eyes when my father turned onto Nassau Street was the high Gothic tower of the Commons, where we freshmen and sophomores of Princeton University would take our meals.