The Value of Liberal Arts in the Preparation of Teachers
The liberal arts help students develop a love of learning, an appreciation for the human mind and spirit, and the ability to discern what is true – all of which are ideal qualities in a preservice teacher.
Receiving the Promise
Jesus has come for you, the same Jesus who healed anyone who approached Him in faith. He sees you. He loves you. Open your heart and receive the promise.
Common Grace and the Common Good
Guiding business students to view their careers through the lens of Catholic Social Teaching assists in forming them to see how business can be used as a force for good.
The Renewal of Catholic Health Sciences Education
How can students be formed as healthcare providers with a solid foundation in Catholic Social Teaching within the limits and opportunities of a secular curricular framework?
Catholic Secondary Education in an Apostolic Age
The New Evangelization - new in ardor, methods, and expression - provides Catholic schools with a framework for entering into an apostolic mode of engagement proper to our age.
Sealing Confession: A Theological Justification for Keeping a Lid on It
Recent political challenges to the seal of confession have called into question the role of the sacrament of Reconciliation in the life of the Catholic faith.
Building Culture and Institutionalizing Mission-Driven Business Education
If we are serious about the Catholic mission and identity of business education, we must evaluate how its commitments are operationalized, especially amongst the teaching faculty.
Engaging the Enlightenment: A Symposium
What is the Enlightenment, and how does it relate to Christianity? Drs. Blum and Stuart explore the Enlightenment and its implications for Christian thought and culture.
Christ's Passion teaches us that suffering and death have meaning and that God values life in all its possibilities and conclusions.
The State of Business Education at Catholic Universities
Few Catholic universities integrate a Catholic vision into their business programs, and few theologians have engaged questions of business.