Commentary

Should the Church Be a Permissive Parent?

Dr. Daniel Guernsey

With concerns swirling around the Vatican Synod on Young People this October, we need to renew the once-familiar notion of the Church as mother to the Faithful.

Commentary

Freshman Orientation with a Purpose

Anthony Esolen

Orientation at a faithful Catholic college is ad Orientem, toward the rising and risen Christ.

Commentary

Never Tolerate Bad Apples

Sean Fitzpatrick

St. John Bosco knew the danger of tolerance when it came to evil, especially an evil attitude.

Commentary

Growing Your Faith on Campus

Kelly Salomon

The importance of the first couple weeks of a college semester cannot be overstated. It’s a critical time for you to get involved with your faith and activities that will help surround you with good friends…

Commentary

A Tale of Five Liberal Arts Grads

Kelly Salomon

“But what will you do with your liberal arts degree?” If you’ve ever been asked this question—or if you’ve asked it of someone else—then this…

Commentary / Where We Stand

Editorial: Infidelity, Dissent and Scandal—from McCarrick to Catholic Education

CNS Staff

In light of the terrible scandals confronting the Church in recent days, may we (once again) propose a key part of the solution to widespread…

Journal

It Never Was About Anything Else

Anthony Esolen

Cardinal McCarrick’s scandals and the decline of Catholic colleges have the same root cause.

Commentary

Founder of Catholic Magazines Reflects on Faithful Catholic Education

CNS Staff

Graduates of Newman Guide colleges are making a difference for the Church and the world, and Rose Rea is no exception!  A graduate of Franciscan…