Top 20 Articles of the Month!
13 minutes By John Mancini, Rhode Island University The following was a college essay written by John Mancini. It has been edited and approved by Paul Gillett.
10 minutes By: John Mancini, Benedictine College The Christian concept of the human being is one of mass confusion yet utter fascination. Is there nothing more remarkable
7 minutes By Ben Duphiney, The Catholic University of America The most important event in the life of Jesus, and the greatest event in Christianity, was the
18 minutes By Ben Duphiney, The Catholic University of America I remember hearing about Joseph Kony for the first time in 2012. I heard all over the
13 minutes By Katie Branigan, Hillsdale College Sigrid Undset’s Kristin Lavransdatter is set in fourteenth century Norway, a Christian nation that emerged from a historically pagan land.
13 minutes By Sam Agra: St. Louis University Is the Christian believer assured of his or her salvation and, if so, to what extent? Are we bound
“That You may Know Me Better There”: Exploring the Themes of Rescue within C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia
38 minutes THE FOLLOWING IS A THESIS THAT WAS SUBMITTED TO DR. KATHLEEN SULLIVAN IN CANDIDACY FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND
8 minutes By Mary Boneno, The Catholic University of America The following was a college essay written by Mary Boneno. It has been edited and approved by
24 minutes Joshua Orsi, The Catholic University of America “Phenomenology is primarily a style of thought, a relationship of the mind with reality, whose essential and constitutive