What's in a Name?
"History is bunk," said the inventor Henry Ford.
Despite recent encouraging court victories, it would be a mistake to believe that Catholic education is secure.
It is clear that something is going terribly wrong with regard to gender teaching in Ontario classrooms.
To help maturing adults ask the big questions and wrestle with the permanent things is to pay them the compliment of taking them seriously.
The Church played a central if not exclusive role in the establishment and encouragement of the university.
When the four hundredth anniversary of Christopher Columbus' discovery of America was observed in 1892, the atmosphere was one of celebration.
In the early fourth century, famine and disease struck the army of the Roman emperor Constantine.
When Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger took the name Benedict XVI in late April, observers immediately speculated as to what it meant. Papal names often carry great significance.
Excavating my desk recently, I found the program notes from a Tallis Scholars concert my wife and I had attended a few months ago.