Welcoming the Light of Dogma

September 27, 2014 Brian Jones 0

During the moral theology class I was teaching this past summer, we read certain sections of St. Thomas Aquinas’ moral treatise in the Secunda Secundae of the Summa Theologiae. In his treatment on the virtue […]


Catholicism and Libertarianism

November 18, 2013 Brian Jones 0

Earlier this year, a friend and I attended the Ludwig von Mises Institute conference in Houston, Texas. The conference centered upon an analysis of the current financial challenges facing our country, and a discussion of […]


The Professor Who Knows Our Names

January 10, 2013 Brian Jones 0

“Father Schall cares about where you’re from and how you’re doing. He doesn’t need to do that, but he does. The greatest professor I’ll ever have knows my name.” — Victoria Edel, former student of […]