Faith on the Quad

The end of autumn is an incredible time of intensity. We are all asked to start fighting new challenges. For the first time since spring, we must... (Read more)

Choosing a college

By Michelle Bauman

Rather than writing for a general young adult or college-aged audience, I would like to turn my attention this month to high school students who... (Read more)


By Robert Burkett

For the past week, I had the privilege of living and serving in the Glen Mary Farm community in Lewis County, Kentucky.  Even though 30 percent of... (Read more)
The months leading up to the last presidential election brought with them no shortage of discussion about whether a Catholic could, in good... (Read more)

Best new day of my life

By Sean McPherson

Over the summer, I worked a campus maintenance job which required a 6 a.m. wake up with an eight-hour shift. It was a struggle for all of my... (Read more)

The sound of silence

By Robert Burkett

Silence—it is something that is hard to come by these days, especially as we begin a new year of college.  There are friends to meet, books to buy... (Read more)
Over the years, I have noticed a discrepancy in the way parents treat their children’s ambitions. Parents often tell their young children that... (Read more)
Looking back on my first year of university, being in the true realm of academics for the first time, one of the most important lessons I learned... (Read more)
In my last column, I looked at the connection between birth control, promiscuity, and abortion. In this column, I would like to examine how “the... (Read more)
It is now mid-July. The sun shines at its hottest, the rain ceases to fall, and vegetation struggles to survive. In some ways, my spiritual life... (Read more)

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