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Abeln, SMIC, Sr. Jane M.
V,4 The blessings of both sides: a personal testimony
Beckman, Jim and Meg
III,5 Thank you
VI,1 The legitimacy of wealth
Blandford, Martha L.
II,1 Capitalism (2)
II,5 Capitalism clarified
II,7 Capitalism: a response to Dr. Graham and Regina Schmiedicke
III,5 Public schools and moral degeneracy
III,6 A thought about what might be behind the household problem
IV,7 The will and the intellect are inseparable
Bloomfield, Andrew L.
II,5 Did they dance at the crucifixion?
III,2 About households (1)
I,4 Commendations and comments (1)
II,3 Polygamy and secular concepts
II,5 Is corporate repentance really possible?
I,1 To Systematize or not to Systematize: Philosophy at a Catholic University
I,5 Democracy: The voice of God or the madness of the mob?
II,3 Thanks for discomfort
Bratten, Joanna K. M.
I,2 Wherefore fine arts?
I,6 Liturgical music at FUS: A call to reform the present style
II,1 Sports before studies: FUS not exempt from the American-college tendency to idolize athletics
II,7 To homeschool or not to homeschool
III,1 R.I.P. A tribute to some great lives
IV,1 Pluralism and orthodoxy
IV,5 Dr. Martin does it again
IV,6 ‘In loco parentis’: invasions of privacy or moral formation?
V,2 What matters the identity or the sexual orientation of ‘Shakespeare’?
I,5 Commendations (6)
I,2 NFP (1)
V,3 A match made in heaven
Brown, Benjamin J.
IV,5 A closer look at evolution
IV,6 The real purpose of liberal education
V,1 More on the aim of education: Ben Brown replies to his critics
V,3 Liberal arts and professional programs: a reply to Jason Negri
V,5 Computers and liberal learning
V,7 Education is not primarily about preparing to evangelize in the workplace
VII,1 Time travel: is it the future or is it fantasy?
VIII,1 Hobbits and Hogwarts
Brust, Steven J.
II,3 Disappointed with the Concourse
I,6 God and Caesar
I,7 Capitalism (1)
V,8 Shakespeare and the Catholic question
Cavanaugh O'Keefe, John F.
V,5 Rights of workers: an under-appreciated part of Catholic social teaching
V,7 Idol worship of the ‘A’ and the student/professor relationship
III,2 About secular vocations
II,9 In defense of Noelle Hiester
IV,5 FUS needs to get more practical about education
IV,7 Preparing students to compete in the global economy
V,2 A key difference between ‘Church work’ and regular ‘work’
V,7 The God gap in the workplaces of the world
I,2 Core curriculum (1)
V,8 Reforming our thinking about courtship and sexuality
Crosby, John Henry
VI,2 The nature and autonomy of philosophy
VIII,2 Biotechnology: what we don’t know tells us what we can’t do
Crosby, John F.
I,1 Shouldn’t we have a real core curriculum at Franciscan University?
I,6 Chairman addresses the question of Thomism in Franciscan University’s philosophy department
I,7 Finding common ground between Thomists and non-Thomists in Catholic philosophy
II,1 In reply to Mark Fischer’s defense of the present core curriculum
II,3 Last words on the core
III,2 FUS and distance education: Some doubts
III,3 Doubts about DE that won’t go away: Response to Dr. Miletic
III,4 Oral traditions and distance education
IV,1 JPII to FUS: Do not be afraid to listen to the surrounding culture
IV,6 Another thought on modesty
VIII,1 Beware laxism
Cross, Richard W.
II,4 Why the little boy is more apt than the dwarf
II,4 Dancing for God
II,8 Fantasy and moral development
Cummins, Dan and Kay
III,6 The link between contraception and the Ezzo parenting method
de la Prada, Edy Morel
I,2 Why the Church gives St. Thomas primacy of place in Catholic education
I,4 St. Thomas and freedom: a reply to Richard Gordon
I,7 A respectful reply to Dr. Crosby
DeLine, Katherine E.M.
I,1 ‘Preach Out’ beats out prejudice
VI,2 Thanks for the words about Eastern Christianity
I,5 Keeping Caesar under God: Social doctrines provide the true measure of economic systems
Dimmock, Fr. Giles
II,8 On Catholic charity or tolerance
V,6 The Shakespeare issue: a response from a literature student
Dragani, Anthony T.
IV,6 A growing thirst for traditional liturgy
VI,1 The importance of understanding Eastern Christianity
V,8 Thank you, thank you!
II,2 A plea from a Frisbee lover
I,4 Technology and Simplicity in Catholic Culture
I,6 NFP and breastfeeding
II,1 Subscription renewal
V,7 Inner life of society determines value of economic systems
V,1 Why I reject the Shakespearean ‘heresies’
I,5 Commendations (5)
I,7 Commendations and comments (2)
Fischer, Susan C.
I,2 NFP (2)
II,8 The complexity of schooling choices
III,6 Student Life’s image tarnished by failure to respond to criticism
IV,5 Why non-liberal majors need a liberal core
IV,7 Education not limited to the mind
VI,1 Women and politics: Do they mix?
II,2 How higher education pays off for full time mothers
I,2 The ‘role’ of rock: Beauty and truth in the not so fine arts
I,3 Rock music: A response to Andrew Minto
I,4 When judges play king: Suicide becomes a Constitutional right
I,7 A defense of a diversified core
II,2 More on the curriculum debate
II,5 Trumpeting all the right views will not solve the crisis facing America
IV,7 The importance of engaging questions about our campus culture
VII,1 A new kind of scandal
I,2 Commendations (1)
IV,7 According to the Tradition, education aims beyond the intellect
IV,1 The reality of war and our proper response
II,1 God and grunge revisited
I,2 Core curriculum (2)
I,7 The goodness of Democracy & the aristocratic response
II,5 Thomas not just a doctor, but a saint
III,4 Distance Education: is it good enough?
V,3 Let’s improve our stats
II,1 Dance has no place in Liturgical context
I,1 What is Opus Dei, and what role does it play at Franciscan University?
I,3 The freedom of Catholic philosophers: Why we need not necessarily give primacy to St. Thomas
Graham, Thomas E.
II,6 Capitalism re-clarified, from a different perspective
II,8 The moral role of government
IV,1 Compliments from a reader
Gronbacher, Gregory M.A.
III,2 About households (2)
Gutierrez, Omar F.A.
IV,3 A proper pluralism: balancing the truth with freedom of conscience
V,6 Towards a humane economy: a reply to Thomas Storck
V,8 A personalist point regarding economics
VI,2 Broadening the Distributism Discussion
Hatcher, Gerald E.
III,3 Campus Spiritualities: Tongues in Scripture
Healy, Nick Jr.
II,9 On hope, heaven and hell
Healy, Nicholas J.
I,7 God and Grunge at Franciscan University
II,5 Considering receptivity in rethinking economic structures
III,3 How might we improve our education for both residents and DE students?
Healy, Michael J.
V,5 On the virtue of studiousness
II,5 Sexism in any form denigrates both men and women
II,7 A reply on feminism and masculinism
III,5 How hobbits and company might really exist
IV,3 Some follow-up remarks on the Tolkien discussion
IV,5 What should Catholics think of evolution?
VI,2 Reflections on the last issue
II,4 Corporate Contrition: Repenting for the sins of two millenia
II,6 A reply on repentance
III,3 Absence of the Real Presence
Hernon, Michael and Alicia
IV,2 Being wise parents means being open to learning from different perspectives
II,8 When zeal for orthodoxy overcomes charity
II,9 Charisms are traditional
III,6 The Challenge of Ephesians 5:21-33
VI,2 Overbearing theology emasculates philosophy
VIII,1 Social credit: a distributist reform of the financial system
II,7 Lay ministers of the Eucharist are supposed to be ‘extraordinary’
III,5 Should Catholics oppose the death penalty?
Holmes, John R.
II,4 Objections from an etymologist
II,6 Can E.T.‘s be? Do they fit in with the O.T. and the N.T.?
V,3 The ideal of perfecting the mind is timeless
V,4 Complimentary opponents of modernism
VII,1 A plea for the promotion of the Tridentine Rite
VIII,1 The logic of love
VIII,2 Liturgical reforms were valid, but defective
IV,7 Professionalism—primary or secondary?
III,6 Everyone’s a poet
VI,1 Reconsidering the term ‘Baptism in the Holy Spirit’
VI,2 How we should imitate St. Thomas in our philosophizing
VII,1 The mysterious difference between the sexes.
I,7 Commendations and comments (3)
VI,1 Philosophy department at FUS needs a better theological base
Kelly, Thomas E.
V,6 Liberal arts with professional training: the best of both worlds
I,3 Core curriculum (3)
V,3 Balance in parenting methods
Kovach, Edward G.
IV,2 The Real Answer to ‘The Last Question:’ Limits to the power of computers
IV,4 Many projections of Y2K disasters are based on fear and hype
VI,2 Reviving the renewal
Lagan, Irene M.
II,3 Changing the rhetoric in the abortion debate
V,8 Is St. Thomas’s thought egoistical?
Loizzo, Joseph A.
I,5 Core curriculum and critical thinking
II,3 The persistence of ‘masculinism’ at Franciscan University
II,6 Elizabeth Magaletta replies to Michael Healy on Feminism
IV,3 Enjoying the concourse
II,8 The blessings of tension
I,3 Ode to Heidegger
I,2 Commendations (2)
I,6 Core curriculum (4)
II,1 A thank you note
III,1 Where do we go from here?
IV,4 What liberal educators may not omit
VIII,2 The unfeasibility of the Social Credit solution
Maxim, Cathy I.
III,1 A question to ponder
May, Richard W.
III,3 FUS distance ed: a gift to the Church: A current student’s perspective
I,2 The Aesthetics of Architecture
II,3 Scholarship at Franciscan University
McFerran, Noel S.
III,5 Little hope for change
III,2 An outsider’s perspective on the household problem
III,2 FUS and distance education: At the threshold of a new missionary frontier
Minto, Andrew L.
I,3 What is a responsible appraisal of rock?
III,1 No shame in success
V,2 Preparing FUS graduates for the modern world
V,8 Arrogant idealism
VII,1 ‘The Fellowship of the Ring’: the film is not the book.
O'Connor, Sr. Mary
III,6 The gospel and disarmament
of Franciscan University, the PhenTom
II,4 Grasping at Receptivity
II,2 Sports at Franciscan University
Pattee, Fr. Daniel
I,7 Liturgical music
IV,3 A wake-up call regarding the judicial usurpation of politics
I,3 NFP (3)
I,6 Liturgical music at FUS: Some points in defense of the present style
I,7 Making ‘the connection’: A Steubenville education
II,3 The downsides of capitalism
II,6 Regina Schmiedicke defends the third way
IV,4 Modesty and beauty - the lost connection
V,1 The problem of unjust conditions in Catholic organizations
IV,3 More research, less religion: What’s wrong with modern universities
V,2 Response to ‘The problem of unjust conditions in Catholic organizations.’
V,8 Distributism or the Free Economy?
II,5 The Catholic Church and the Little Green Man
II,6 The ivory tower of campus life
III,6 They’re ba-a-ack
IV,6 Noticing the attractiveness of modesty among FUS women
V,3 Literary works not severed from their human source
II,7 Confrontation and culture at Franciscan University
V,1 The value of leadership development seminars
VI,2 A different interpretation of the social encyclicals
III,3 Distance technology alone cannot provide a proper university education
III,6 Bad attitudes toward childbearing contribute to the pro-abortion cause
V,3 Cultivating the intellect
II,1 Ride on, King Jesus: The blessing of ‘black’ music
V,4 Baptism in the Holy Spirit goes beyond the charisms
Smith, Michael H.
I,4 Rock music and Catholic culture
Stearns, Ruth Ann
III,2 Commendations (7)
V,5 What is distributism?
V,7 The good of distributism: a reply to critics
VI,1 Distributism, state power and papal teachings
VII,1 The economic role of the medieval guilds
VIII,1 Marriage and the use of Natural Family Planning
VIII,2 Kudos to Heydorn
Student Forum, Franciscan University
IV,7 The Nature, Purpose and Value of Public Discourse
I,4 Core curriculum and anti-intellectualism
II,8 Traditionalists, charismatics and the liturgy
III,3 Campus Spiritualities: Responding to charismatic critics
V,4 What does ‘charismatic’ really mean?
VI,2 Eastern Christianity and Western Liturgical Reform
VIII,1 NFP and peace of mind
I,1 Why the Concourse; Why now?
I,5 Getting personal
I,6 Apologia pro disputatione musica
I,7 Concluding remarks
I,7 The first annual Concourse Grand Prize
II,9 Winner of the second annual Concourse Grand Prize
III,6 Winner of the third annual Concourse Grand Prize
IV,7 Prize announcements
V,8 Prize announcements
I,5 Commendations (4)
IV,1 More compliments
VIII,1 On the (Im)possibility of time travel
van Schaijik, Kathleen
I,1 NFP, by itself, does not compromise the marriage vocation
I,2 What is a ‘real’ Catholic education?
I,3 Orthodox not paradox
I,4 How does a university evangelize?
I,4 NFP and connaturality
I,5 Thomism and intellectual freedom
I,7 Keeping our worship in step with ‘what the Spirit is saying’ to FUS
II,1 Can charismatics and traditionalists peacefully coexist?
II,1 The horror of polygamy and the persistence of chauvinistic theories in Catholic academia
II,2 The challenge of the Concourse: discussion without (much) contention
II,3 When old ideas are breaking up
II,4 Why the polygamy problem is not as passe as it appears: Kathleen van Schaijik responds to critics
II,9 Why ‘charismatic spirituality’ belongs at the heart of our communal life
III,1 What is the University Concourse?
III,1 How not to help households
III,3 Silence betokens ... What?
III,4 The freedom of stricture
III,5 What were households meant to be?
III,5 Different degrees of authority
IV,1 Love Never Leaves
IV,2 Faith and Reason
IV,5 A different perspective on the modesty question
IV,6 Strangers to the world
V,1 New face, same spirit
V,3 The ‘Stratford man’ and the Shakespearean canon: no match at all
V,4 Bringing the masses from starvation to full strength
V,6 Branching out through Christus Magister
V,6 Kathleen van Schaijik replies to John Doman on Shakespeare
V,7 A Catholic critique of a current notion of courtship
VI,1 The evil of exorcising judgement
VII,1 Jump Start
VII,1 Abusing NFP
VII,1 It’s not the Vatican, it’s the laity
III,6 Last words (for now)
III,6 A suggestion regarding Extraordinary Ministers
III,6 Catholic teaching on capital punishment
III,6 A final thought on the household issue
III,6 What is our mission, really?
III,6 What if Shakspere wasn’t Shakespeare?
III,6 Clinton’s sorry legacy
III,6 Intimidated? Please don’t be.
III,6 A gift for the graduates of ‘98
III,6 A point of policy
III,6 A point of principle
III,6 A word of thanks
IV,7 Happy & sad
IV,7 Oxford gaining on Shakspere
IV,7 Of private and collegiate morality
IV,7 Newman, education and context
IV,7 Witnesses to Faith in the face of death
IV,7 Viva the class of ‘99!
IV,7 A prize winning physicist out of his depth
IV,7 A positive psychology
IV,7 How to become a leader
IV,7 Campus politics
V,8 Fr. Michael’s achievement
V,8 Charity may be severe
V,8 On the other side of the same coin
V,8 Shakespeare debate update
V,8 Beware of economic Puritanism
V,8 What the education debate is and isn’t about
V,8 The Weimar Republicans
V,8 Drawing out an analogy
V,8 Dear Class of 2000
V,8 How to support the Concourse by buying books
van Schaijik, Jules
II,3 On dwarfs, giants and little boys
von Hildebrand, Alice
I,6 Providentialism and rock music
II,9 Why tradition in the liturgy is so important to our religious life
III,3 The abysmal difference between two orders of goodness
IV,2 Charity requires us to proclaim the fullness of Truth
IV,4 The arrogance complex
V,2 Brief comments on two of last semester’s articles
I,4 St. Thomas and Catholic connaturality
II,2 Polygamy, the Natural Law and St. Thomas
III,1 Filling out the meaning of the term ‘Charismatic’
Weldon, Eric M.
II,3 Polygamy in natural law
I,3 God and Caesar: Christianity in the marketplace
II,5 Et tu, Regina?
V,2 The danger of over-generalizing a few instances of injustice
V,6 Clarifying some points on unfair labor practices
Welker, Cynthia and Michael
I,5 Rock music
Williams, Timothy J.
V,5 The eternally practical liberal arts
V,4 Learning about the Eastern Rites
Wright, Christopher P.
I,3 Commendations (3)
II,9 Renewed commendations
III,2 An alum’s perspective on households
V,8 The influence of Puritanism
II,2 Polygamy and name calling
III,4 Roma locuta est, causa finita est: the end of a Concourse debate
IV,1 A most urgent work of mercy
V,4 Latin, Gregorian Chant, and the Spirit of Vatican II
V,6 (re)Distributism (re)Considered
VIII,2 Social Credit is no alternative