Special Report

Radical Chic on Catholic Campuses

May 4, 2011 Anne Hendershott 0

In a misguided quest for status, some Catholic college faculty and administrators actually competed to be the first to host a visit by Tariq Ramadan, the Muslim scholar once barred from the United States because […]

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Learning From Alinsky

May 3, 2011 Anne Hendershott 0

Although the Vatican has yet to complete its apostolic visitation of women’s religious communities in the United States, many Catholics are already aware that the more progressive religious orders have moved far from their original […]

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The Big Con Continues

May 3, 2011 Anne Hendershott 0

One of the ways you can tell it is a national election year is that leftwing Catholic political organizations re-emerge with new strategies, new funding streams, and sometimes even new names. But while the names […]

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A Tale of Two Searches

May 3, 2011 Anne Hendershott 0

Although we are very far from the “best of times” for Catholic higher education, things seemed to be moving away from the worst, at least for a few weeks this spring. Marquette University’s decision to […]

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Who Runs Catholic Healthcare West?

April 29, 2011 Anne Hendershott 0

From the earliest days of his presidency, Barack Obama has never missed an opportunity to decry the high salaries and bonuses awarded to those he often calls “the fat cats” on Wall Street. Never once […]

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A Serial Offender

April 28, 2011 Anne Hendershott 0

The first sign that Douglas Perlitz, a once-celebrated Fairfield University graduate, was sexually abusing young boys enrolled in the Haitian school he directed emerged in August of 2007, when some of his victims began writing […]