Special Report

Catholic bookstores in the era of Amazon

June 30, 2017 Paul Senz 6

Even as online shopping becomes more convenient and pervasive, there is no replacing the experience of walking into a store and interacting with a knowledgeable and helpful proprietor. This is particularly true of Catholic bookstores, […]

The Dispatch

A bishop of consequence

April 5, 2017 George Weigel 2

When I first met Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., more than twenty years ago, I was struck by his boyish demeanor, his exquisite courtesy, and his rock-solid faith. Then the bishop of Rapid City, South […]

The Dispatch

Michael Novak, Rest in Peace

February 17, 2017 Jay Richards 0

After a battle with cancer, Ambassador Michael Novak passed away this morning, February 17, at home, surrounded by his family. He was 83. During his last months, we at the Busch School of Business and […]