March 1, 2017

the biggest takeaway for Catholics in Trump’s speech

Pundits (and clearly markets) agree: President Trump gave a superb speech last night. But what was the biggest takeaway for Catholics? President Trump called education the
March 6, 2017

A Day Without a Mother

In the wealthy Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C., at least one public school district has announced they will be closed on Wednesday, so that the overwhelmingly
May 19, 2017

Washington Elites, Media Freaking Out

It’s been a wild few days. Anonymous leaks, a media-driven campaign suggesting overt obstruction of justice, and of course… screeching calls for impeachment of the President
May 23, 2017

Notre Dame and the Nanny State

This past Sunday, a couple hundred students made headlines by turning their backs on Vice President and former Indiana Governor Mike Pence as he began his
September 20, 2017

Berkeley Forgot How to America. We Forgot How to Catholic.

Over the weekend I watched (at a safe distance) all the uniformed might of the People’s Republic of Berkeley arrayed to keep an educated Jewish lawyer
October 23, 2017

#MeToo: My Harassment Came at the Hands Of Male ‘Feminists’

After news broke that Harvey Weinstein is a serial harasser and suspected sexual abuser, women across Twitter shared their experiences of harassment and assault with the
December 3, 2017

From College to Christmas: An Advent Reflection

Advent is a season of reflection and revelation. It’s a time for us to pause and separate the noise that clutters our lives with anxiety, temptation
December 27, 2017

A New Year’s Resolution For Jesuit Universities

As the New Year approaches, I would like to recommend a specific resolution for Jesuit universities: be more Catholic. I am a Georgetown University alumna, and