June 1, 2021

An Interview with IHE Fellow Kevin Kambo

An interview with IHE Fellow Kevin Kambo about his graduate studies, his Platonic propensities, his latest research, and why he's excited to be part of the IHE.
April 26, 2021

An Interview with IHE Graduate Fellow Jason Paone

An interview with IHE Graduate Fellow Jason Paone on his conversion, his theological studies, his new job with Word on Fire, and why he appreciates the IHE.
July 7, 2020

Planning for Ordinary Times

In an age of turbulence, Lucia A. Silecchia, IHE Fellow and Professor of Law, explores how the anxieties that accompany uncertainty can offer an invitation to trust in God, whose plan is greater than what we can imagine.
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.”
March 28, 2019

What caused the clergy sex abuse crisis? Catholic universities are pushing for debate on the answer.

U.S. Catholics know they are in the thick of a clergy sexual abuse crisis, but that’s where agreement ends. When the abuse topic exploded in the church in the early 2000s, everyone knew the focus was stopping the shuffling around and cover-up of priests abusing children
February 28, 2019

Cardinal DiNardo aims for ‘new ecclesial season’ to confront crisis

In the midst of the current crisis in our church — with a once-admired cardinal accused of heinous acts, bishops widely judged incapable of policing themselves, investigators poring through church archives and ordinary Catholics in fits of anger and despair — Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, president of the U.S. bishops’ conference, asked a very brave question recently.