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Thomas Aquinas College will be hosting a breakfast and two discussion sessions on St. Paul's Letter to the Galatians at this Summer's Napa Institute Conference on Thursday, July 27th.
The Washington Times, reporting on the recent talk that Napa Institute Founder, Tim Busch, gave at the Catholic University of America.
We were blessed to be joined by Archbishop Gomez among others at our inaugural DC Symposium.
This pilgrimage to Spain will be a spiritual journey on the 500th anniversary of the reformation, following in the footsteps of saints Ignatius of Loyola, Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross. We will explore the counter reformation and will also make a special visit to Fatima to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Our Lady’s first apparition in Fatima.
Coined by Charles Koch in his 2015 New York Times Bestseller by the same name, ‘Good Profit’ refers to his personal business philosophy, Market-Based Management. Koch believes that business is a noble pursuit that has the capacity to improve the world when entrepreneurship and innovation are placed at the service of humanity. These ideas form the basis for an exciting program in which synergies with Catholic social teaching are explored and developed over three days in Washington, D.C., hosted by The Busch School of Business and Economics and the Napa Institute.
The Bible says Mary “was greatly troubled” (Luke 1:29). I used to think that Mary was afraid at the sight of the angel. After all, if I were alone at my home in the middle of the day and suddenly an angel appeared to me, I’d probably be greatly troubled, too!
But that’s not why Mary was
In present day America, one need only turn on the TV or pick up a paper to see the divisions in our nation. Party against party, people against people, ideology against ideology. On all sides, deep mistrust and even anger has taken root. We are deeply divided because our country is deeply divided. T
Twenty five years, in April 1992, Los Angeles was hit by some of the worst urban riots in American history. During three days of rioting, looting and mayhem 60 people were murdered and thousands of stores and shops looted and burnt to the ground. The riots were the inevitable consequence of the brea