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Educating Tomorrow's Leaders

Dr. Paul Carrese
Founding Director, School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, Arizona State University
Dr. Rod Jonas
Dean, Liffrig Family School of Education and Behavioral Sciences, University of Mary
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The Feast of the Fearless and Friendly Warrior

Weekly Update

St. John Paul II was and remains a model for a confident and charismatic Catholicism in a wild and chaotic world.

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Foundations
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Explainer Video: Christianity as a Revealed Religion

If Christianity is a decisive revelation from God, the only sensible thing to do is receive it and put it into practice. If it is not, we are left to look elsewhere for wisdom.

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Raphael's "The Transfiguration"

Enrichment

This Week: In "The Transfiguration," Raphael interweaves the glory of Christ made manifest in the Transfiguration, the suffering of humanity shown in a young demoniac, and the intercessory role of the Church.

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Encounter the perennial truths of the faith as they are applied to particular questions of life, education, and professional disciplines.
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Commentary

The Value of Liberal Arts in the Preparation of Teachers

Dr. Rod Jonas
Dean, Liffrig Family School of Education and Behavioral Sciences, University of Mary
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This recognition that there is something deeper to life than trivialities calls people to stand for something, and hopefully such conviction could eventually rise to the level of being willing to die for something. Until you are willing to die for something, life is not worth living.
Msgr. James P. Shea; President, University of Mary
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Q&A

Leveraged Arenas and College Athletics

Thomas Wurtz
Fr. Craig Vasek
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Awe and Admiration

Dr. Sabrina Little
Fr. Craig Vasek
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Commentary

Receiving the Promise

Sr. Bethany Madonna, SV
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Foundations
Investigate the first and foundational principles of the Catholic imaginative vision.
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Explainer Video: Catholic Imaginative Vision

Every society and individual views the world through a moral and spiritual imaginative vision...

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Explainer Video: Christendom and Apostolic Modes of Engagement

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Explainer Video: Christianity, Science, and Scientism

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