A Catholic School Removes Teacher for Defending Faith
Anne Hendershott , Crisis Magazine
In the past few weeks, there has been an escalation of the attacks against the Church in places like the Archdiocese of San Francisco where Sam Singer, the head of a high priced Public Relations firm, was hired to wage war on Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone because of the archbishop’s strong defense of marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
Evaluating the Moynihan Report on the Negro Family 50 Years Later
Greg Weiner, Library of Law and Liberty
A half-century after its publication, the Moynihan Report—The Negro Family: The Case for National Action—endures. It does so for many reasons, its prescience and courage chief among them. But the Report is more than a faithful contemporaneous portrait, and deeper than an accurate projection.
How Religious Institutions Can Bridge Class Gaps to Support Families
David Lapp and W. Bradford Wilcox, Family Studies
If religious groups wish to help strengthen families, they’ll have to reach out to people who aren’t in the pews.
The power of being able to do a good job at tedious, detail-oriented work
James Pethokoukis, AEI Ideas
There is a growing body of research on the importance of determination, of grit, of stick-to-itiveness in kids becoming successful adults.