Washington and the Schools
For its first 174 years, the federal government was, as one writer put it, only a benevolent spectator of what the states were doing in elementary and secondary public schools.
Broadening the Debate on Cloning and Stem Cell Research
Last March I argued in these pages (Neither Person nor Property, 3/26/01) that approaching stem cell research in terms characteristic of the abortion debate has slowed progress in sorting out the comp
Remnants of Modernism in a Postmodern Age
On Oct. 30, 2002, the Pontifical Biblical Commission, established by Pope Leo XIII at the very end of his unexpectedly long pontificate, will be 100 years old.
Books and Culture
Though it has its flaws, this book should nevertheless be read and pondered by every Catholic educator.
In January 2000, the Smithsonian American Art Museum (until recently known as the Smithsonian Museum of American Art) closed until 2004 for
What does Christian witness mean in today’s world? Stanley Hauerwas, the Gilbert T.