March 17, 2020

Heart Speaks to Heart: Saint John Henry Newman’s Educational Ideals

Rev. John McNerney, PhD, the Michael Novak Distinguished Visiting Scholar at CUA, shares his expertise on the educational principles and ideas that make St. John Henry Newman a beacon for all generations.
March 5, 2020

October 2019 Executive Order: Better Guidance Or More Confusion?

In October 2019, President Trump signed an Executive Order issuing guidance for streamlining administrative effectiveness and documentation for third parties (federal grantees, states, and private parties.) Yet, this EO is merely guidance, not law. Professor of Law and IHE Fellow Emmett J. McGroarty answers myriad questions pertaining to the EO, the Trump administration's enforcement of its own guidance, and how the response of each third party impacts citizens.
March 5, 2020

Thanks, Dad, for Ordinary Times

Lucia A. Silecchia, Professor of Law and IHE Fellow, shares how her experience celebrating Saint Joseph's feast day in Italy changed her perspective on Fathers Day and strengthened the bond she had with her own dad. As our modern society begs the question of “quality time” vs.“quantity time,” Professor Silecchia makes the case that father's need only look to Saint Joseph, with its lack of fireworks and fanfare, as a model for fatherhood: steady, loving, and true.
March 4, 2020

Will America Ever Be a Socialist Nation?

IHE Faculty Fellow Professor Frederic Sautet invites us to take a closer look at why the United States has never been a socialist nation. He explores whether the exceptional qualities that have kept socialism at bay in our nation are dying or even already dead.
February 26, 2020

What Does “The Common Good” Really Mean?

Dr. Brad Lewis, professor of Political Philosophy at the Catholic University of America was recently a guest on the Cana Academy podcast, speaking about the Common Good. He speaks about society's understanding of the term and humanity's capacity to flourish.
February 26, 2020

A Bonus Day of Ordinary Time

Discover the history and traditions associated with Leap Year and consider the similarities between this unusual day and the liturgical season of Lent.
February 5, 2020

Newspaper Covers M.A. in Human Rights Program

Aleteia, a national Catholic news outlet, recently published an article introducing the M.A. in Human Rights, saying, “Pontifical university creates the first program of its kind.” The article discusses the unique Catholic lens brought to the program as well as its interdisciplinary approach.
February 5, 2020

Thinking and Acting Institutionally in 2020

In an important update to Aristotelian political thought, Yuval Levin’s new book shows that the health of a modern society depends on the health of its social institutions, and that our social institutions today are not healthy.
February 5, 2020

IHE Executive Director Joseph Capizzi on Just War Theory

In a recent edition of Catholic Military Life, the official podcast of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, IHE Executive Director Joseph Capizzi, PhD, discusses Saint Augustine's just war theory and its application to current-day conflicts. 
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