Carrie Gress

October 2, 2013

Five Questions with Samuel Gregg

In the heady days of the 1960’s and the election of John F. Kennedy, Catholics finally felt a sense of belonging to the American experiment, while […]
September 23, 2013

“Can we have it all?” is the wrong question

Many years ago, I met an enchanting woman. Mamoo was in her 80s, with white hair, a face full of wrinkles and a figure that could […]
September 17, 2013

What about 40 Days?

However, it seems the article is missing two paragraphs, which should have featured the work of 40 Days for Life. The only reference to the pro-life […]
September 9, 2013

Downton Abbey: What English Protestants Can Teach American Catholics

Downton Abbey’s fourth season starts this month… in Britain. Sigh. Yes, we have to wait until January to get our fill. So in order to whet […]
September 4, 2013

Mrs. Cuccinelli: Why is Common Core asking about religion and other personal questions?

“Few people really know what is at stake in this election,” said Teiro Cuccinelli, wife of Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli. “It is very important that […]