A philosophy professor wades deep into T. S. Eliot's Four Quartets to help us understand what the poet is trying to communicate about time, in this thought-provoking essay for The University Bookman.
The fruit of Francis' and Obama's "social justice": The domino effect commences in Catholic higher education as universities willingly extend benefits to "legally married same-sex spouses." First Things reports on "Catholic Capitulation on Marriage."
Boniface at Unam Sanctam Catholicam seeks to define the good "priest" in the era of the laity's diminishing expectations in "The Reductive Priest" and finds a new application for the 80/20 rule. It's an insider's view of the bleak reality within the Vatican II sect.