The Weird New Trend of the Faceless Job Interview

Few experiences are more stressful than looking for a job. Job-seekers are in the process of convincing others it is worthwhile to employ them, a kind of selling their skills, which is naturally a bit … Continue reading

Gift Challenges for Imaginative Conservatives

Not unlike the times of Our Lord, we live in the paradox of a world in disorder yet under the appearance of order. Beneath the veneer of optimism and prosperity, many people experience lives of … Continue reading

Women’s March Feminists Brawl Over Who is More Equal

Identity politics requires each constituent group to be politically unified. In this way, activists can claim to speak in the name of a given oppressed identity group. Feminism has always had a problem with this … Continue reading

Why Students Wander In The Dark Without Western Civilization

The word university comes from the Latin universitas magistrorum et scholarium which means a community of scholars and teachers. They gathered together in search of the truth. Its medieval Catholic origins speak of a unified … Continue reading

God Not the President is the Center of the Debate

The Trump phenomenon leaves many people perplexed. On the one hand, he has done many good things for the conservative cause. On the other, he undeniably gets into trouble with his unique style and tweets, … Continue reading

How To Stop Social Media FOMO From Terrorizing You

Imagine that you come home on Sunday evening after a weekend trip. There is a message on your home telephone. You hear the voice of a good friend who lives in another state. The friend … Continue reading

Three Ways to Have a Meaningful “Prodigal Son” Advent

“Send down the dew, ye heavens, from above, and let the clouds rain the Just One: let the earth be opened, and bud forth the Redeemer.” Thus begins the Advent hymn, “Rorate Caeli,” that mournfully … Continue reading

Let’s Offer Young People “Callings” Not Weird Titles

Children are often asked what they want to do when they grow up. The questioning does not end with childhood or even adolescence. Many young adults are still searching for the answer even after college. … Continue reading

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