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Faith, Family, and Religious Freedom: A Conversation with Justice Samuel Alito

It might seem like a long journey from an an Italian household in Trenton, New Jersey to Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. But it is one which Samuel A. Alito, Jr. has taken, and with great success. There were many stops along the way, of course. Those stops were quite varied, from studying along […]

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Breaking: Justice Alito to Address Seminary Concursus, Receive Honorary Degree

Bishop Timothy Senior, Rector of St. Charles Seminary, announced the exciting news via e-mail to the Seminary Community: It is with great joy that I inform you  that the Honorable Samuel A. Alito, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, has accepted an invitation to join us at Concursus this year. At […]

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Do we expect too much from government?

As I sat in a seminar called “Classics and American Government” – one of my favorite classes in college – I was opining to the professor and the twelve other students about some problem in society which I thought the government wasn’t doing enough about. I don’t remember what issue specifically, and it doesn’t matter. […]

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Gift of Love

On Christmas Eve in 1985, Mother Teresa opened a hospice for AIDS patients in Greenwhich Village. It was the first of its kind in the world. Little was known of the disease at the time. As far as the public was concerned, it was a disease that affected the homosexual community and was contagious. People […]

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Let’s not denigrate dignity

One of the chief complaints about social media is the danger of anonymity. It’s easy to fabricate a profile. It’s common to “speak” there in ways that would not occur in face-to-face conversations. It’s a fact that negativity outweighs positivity in online commentary. As a result, polarization may well be “the dominant story of political […]