A Tribute to L. Brent Bozell

A Tribute to L. Brent Bozell

By E. Michael Lawrence & Daniel McCarthy
On November 18, Christendom held a tribute to the late L. Brent Bozell, Jr., hosted by the college’s history department. The event marked the release of a new full-length biography on Bozell’s life by Daniel Kelly entitled Living on Fire: The Life of L. Brent Bozell,...
Roman Catholicism and Political Form: Carl Schmitt vs. Romano Guardini

Roman Catholicism and Political Form: Carl Schmitt vs. Romano Guardini

By Professor Brian Fox
On October 23, visiting Professor Fox gave a lecture entitled “Roman Catholicism and Political Form: Carl Schmitt vs. Romano Guardini”. Professor Fox holds a B.A. from Emory University in Atlanta, and M.A. grin the School of Philosophy at Catholic...
The Significance of Pope John XXIII in Church History

The Significance of Pope John XXIII in Church History

By Dr. Chris Shannon
As a Catholic liberal arts College, Christendom’s essential purpose is to place students on the path to Christian wisdom, a wisdom born from the contemplation and love of both natural and divinely revealed truth. The activities, events, community and spiritual...
Papal Economics: the Catholic Church on Democratic Capitalism

Papal Economics: the Catholic Church on Democratic Capitalism

By Fr. Maciej Zieba
On November 19, Fr. Zieba gave a talk to Christendom students and faculty entitled “Papal Economics”. Fr. Maciej Zięba, O.P., was a close associate of Pope John Paul II and a strong activist in Poland’s Solidarity movement in the Communist era. A physicist...
Artistic Patronage and the Common Good: The Case of Johann Sebastian Bach

Artistic Patronage and the Common Good: The Case of Johann Sebastian Bach

By Dr. Kurt Poterack
On November 14, Dr. Kurt Poterack gave a lecture as part of the Beato Fra Angelico Fine Arts Series. Entitled “Artistic Patronage and the Common Good: The Case of Johann Sebastian Bach,” he spoke on the value of music, and how music itself has changed. Dr....
Homeschooling Since 1950: A Historical Perspective

Homeschooling Since 1950: A Historical Perspective

By Professor Dixie Lane
On Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Dixie Lane delivered a lecture to students and faculty entitled “Homeschooling Since 1950: A Historical Perspective.” Lane delved into the roots of the homeschooling movement and some of the key legal battles that ensured the...