This year, St. John Henry Newman’s feast day fell on Sunday, October 9. We remember that date and look to the future.
Deacon Jack Sullivan speaks about Newman’s conversion to Catholicism, how he sought God’s kindly light and persevered amid difficulties.
A Guide to John Henry Newman will interest educated readers and professors alike, and serve as a text for college seminars for the purpose of studying Newman.
What is a Classical Liberal Arts Education? Why is it so important for the development of a person?
Fr. Juan R. Vélez answers these and more questions you might have about University Education in the 21st century. This book is aimed for parents, prospective University students, and educators. It will help you discern why adding Liberal Arts electives to your education will help it form it better, and help the student learn to reason, and not just learn.
He also explains how many Universities have changed the true meaning of Liberal Arts, and the subjects, and gives advise on how to choose College Campus, Subjects, and Teachers.
A wonderful book that every parent should also read way before your children are College bound. A Liberal Arts education can start earlier in life, even from home.
Science and Revelation agree in supposing that nature is governed by uniform and settled laws.
Mary models the perfect disciple who, simply, never stops following her Lord.