October 23, 2019

The Ecological Crisis: A Common Responsibility

In this piece from Dr. Reinhard Huetter, Fellow and Professor at The Catholic University of America, he discusses Pope Saint John Paul II's message for the celebration of the World Day of Peace.
October 17, 2019

Program Director William Saunders Addresses Human Rights in China with Chen Guangcheng

Last month, the IHE held its second Annual Lecture on Human Rights, "Thirty Years after Tiananmen Square: Human Rights in China Today." William Saunders, J. D., Director of the Program in Human Rights, hosted speaker Chen Guangcheng, the blind human rights activist and Chinese dissident known internationally as "the barefoot lawyer."
October 17, 2019

“The Power and the Glory” Episode 17: The Death of a Whisky Priest

IHE Fellows Jennifer Frey and Angela Knobel discuss “The Power and the Glory” by Graham Greene in episode 17 of Frey's podcast, Sacred and Profane Love.
October 15, 2019

Anything that threatens Communism is a target, Chinese human rights advocate says

Chen Guangcheng, Fellow and Chinese human rights activist, has called for a renewed focus on the country’s practices of mass detention, religious oppression, and reports of organ harvesting.  
October 4, 2019

To a young aspiring theologian – don’t neglect Faith

In this piece from Chad C. Pecknold, Ph.D., IHE Fellow and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, The Catholic University of America, he discusses how theology is a science ordered to the end of seeing God, not reinterpreting Him through changing human standards.
October 3, 2019

Why God’s Grace Is Needed For Human Flourishing

In this piece from Michael Gorman, Ph.D., IHE Fellow and Ordinary Professor of Philosophy, The Catholic University of America, he discusses why God’s Grace Is Needed For Human Flourishing, among other reasons.
October 1, 2019

Experts Explore Happiness

CatholicU magazine invited The Catholic University of America's faculty members and IHE Fellows to represent the disciplines of theology, philosophy, and psychology at a roundtable discussion on the topic of happiness.
October 1, 2019

The Truth About Intelligence

Nicholas Dujmovic, a frequent presenter at IHE events and Director of Intelligence Studies at Catholic University, is highlighted in a recent article about the program. “It’s a way to give back,” Dujmovic says. “I tell people up front that this program has a vocational edge to it. I’m not a recruiter, but I know what it takes to get into the CIA, so I can help.”
September 30, 2019

The Favorability Rating of the U.S. Congress: Is There Anything That Can Be Done?

In this piece, Emmett McGroarty, director of the Subsidiarity and the Constitution program, discusses how, over the last century, Congress has done a poor job exercising the powers entrusted to it by the American people, and how it has done a poor job protecting the constitutional structure. Finally, he offers solutions to address the challenges.