At John Paul the Great Catholic University, students don’t need to wait until graduation to begin impacting the culture for Christ.Read More »
Finding a Home at Magdalen –Persis Johansen, Class of ’25
At Magdalen College, Persis has found a balance and life that Seton students especially would appreciate, oriented to grow not only the mind but the soul.Read More »
You Don’t Know…What You Don’t Know
A return to his college theology class, twenty-five years later, taught John Clark that homeschooling is not about simply placing books in front of our children, but in systematically teaching our sons and daughters about God and about how much God loves them.Read More »
11 Great Quotes By & About St. Bonaventure
Legend has it that St. Bonaventure was saved and given his name by another famous saint. John Clark introduces the Seraphic Doctor with 11 inspiring quotes.Read More »
Is Intentionality More Than Just A Buzz Word?
Why be intentional about higher education? Caitlin Bootsma and Dr. George Harne talk about what intentionality means for students entering young adulthood.Read More »
Summer & Creation: Take Time to Enjoy Them
This summer, take time to observe God's creation and open your heart to new ways of appreciating His works. It can only lead to a greater love for Him.Read More »
Why Have Legal, Same-Sex Unions Come About in Our Time?
by Dave Armstrong | The relation to same-sex “marriage” has to do with the fundamental purposes of things, and what is natural as opposed to unnatural.Read More »
Will Science ‘Save’ Us?
by Mitchell Kalpakgian | Science separated from God and the common good and removed from morality and wisdom presumes to be an end in itself rather than a means to an end.Read More »
The Moral Theology of St. Maria Goretti
As a homeschooling Mom and a Theology student at Franciscan University of Steubenville, learning new theology lessons is a daily occurence. What is amazing to me is that it is ...Read More »