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...
Communication in the Age of Pope Francis

Communication in the Age of Pope Francis

By Fr. John Wauck
Fr. John Wauck, a communications professor at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, delivered a talk entitled “Communication in the Age of Pope Francis” to students and faculty on September 6. Wauck examined the different communication styles of Pope...
Wonder and Fear in the Pursuit of Wisdom

Wonder and Fear in the Pursuit of Wisdom

By Professor J. Michael Brown
On September 5, Professor J. Michael Brown gave a talk entitled “Wonder and Fear in the Pursuit of Wisdom” to the Christendom College community. Michael Brown is an assistant professor in the Philosophy department at Christendom College. Graduating from...
Homily by Papal Nuncio to the U.S.

Homily by Papal Nuncio to the U.S.

By Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano
On March 20, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano gave an address to the Christendom faculty and students. Archbishop Vigano was ordained a priest in 1968. He earned a doctorate in utroque iure (both canon and civil law). He entered the diplomatic service of the Holy See in...
Fraternal Charity

Fraternal Charity

By Fr. Brett Brannen
On January 26, Fr. Brett Brannen gave a talk to the Christendom College community entitled “Fraternal Charity”. Born in Louisiana, Fr. Brett grew up with a Catholic background. He was ordained a priest in 1991. Father Brett Brannen is the author of two...