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A Catholic critique of a current notion of courtship, Kathleen van Schaijik

A closer look at evolution, Benjamin J. Brown

A defense of a diversified core, Mark Fischer

A different interpretation of the social encyclicals, David Schmiesing

A different perspective on the modesty question, Kathleen van Schaijik

A final thought on the household issue, Kathleen van Schaijik

A gift for the graduates of ‘98, Kathleen van Schaijik

A growing thirst for traditional liturgy, Anthony T. Dragani

A key difference between ‘Church work’ and regular ‘work’, Peter Cole

A match made in heaven, Carole Brown

A most urgent work of mercy, Jeff Ziegler

A new kind of scandal, Mark Fischer

A personalist point regarding economics, Philip Harold

A plea for the promotion of the Tridentine Rite, Michael Houser

A plea from a Frisbee lover, Maria Ellis

A point of policy, Kathleen van Schaijik

A point of principle, Kathleen van Schaijik

A positive psychology, Kathleen van Schaijik

A prize winning physicist out of his depth, Kathleen van Schaijik

A proper pluralism: balancing the truth with freedom of conscience, Omar F.A. Gutierrez

A question to ponder, Cathy I. Maxim

A reply on feminism and masculinism, Michael Healy

A reply on repentance, Mary Healy

A respectful reply to Dr. Crosby, Edy Morel de la Prada

A suggestion regarding Extraordinary Ministers, Kathleen van Schaijik

A thank you note, Regis Martin

A thought about what might be behind the household problem, Martha L. Blandford

A wake-up call regarding the judicial usurpation of politics, Michael Peck

A word of thanks, Kathleen van Schaijik

About households (1), Catherine Blum

About households (2), Gregory M.A. Gronbacher

About secular vocations, Myriah Christine

Absence of the Real Presence, Mary Healy

Abusing NFP, Kathleen van Schaijik

According to the Tradition, education aims beyond the intellect, Matthew Fish

An alum’s perspective on households, Christopher P. Wright

An outsider’s perspective on the household problem, Matt McGuiness

Another thought on modesty, John F. Crosby

Apologia pro disputatione musica, the editors

Arrogant idealism, Jason Negri

B ↑

Bad attitudes toward childbearing contribute to the pro-abortion cause, Anne Schmiesing

Balance in parenting methods, Butch Kinerney

Baptism in the Holy Spirit goes beyond the charisms, Ralph Sharafinski

Being wise parents means being open to learning from different perspectives, Michael and Alicia Hernon

Beware laxism, John F. Crosby

Beware of economic Puritanism, Kathleen van Schaijik

Biotechnology: what we don’t know tells us what we can’t do, John Henry Crosby

Branching out through Christus Magister, Kathleen van Schaijik

Brief comments on two of last semester’s articles, Alice von Hildebrand

Bringing the masses from starvation to full strength, Kathleen van Schaijik

Broadening the Distributism Discussion, Philip Harold

C ↑

Campus politics, Kathleen van Schaijik

Campus Spiritualities: Responding to charismatic critics, Adam Tate

Campus Spiritualities: Tongues in Scripture, Gerald E. Hatcher

Can charismatics and traditionalists peacefully coexist?, Kathleen van Schaijik

Can E.T.‘s be? Do they fit in with the O.T. and the N.T.?, John R. Holmes

Capitalism (1), Stratford Caldecott

Capitalism (2), Martha L. Blandford

Capitalism clarified, Martha L. Blandford

Capitalism re-clarified, from a different perspective, Thomas E. Graham

Capitalism: a response to Dr. Graham and Regina Schmiedicke, Martha L. Blandford

Catholic teaching on capital punishment, Kathleen van Schaijik

Chairman addresses the question of Thomism in Franciscan University’s philosophy department, John F. Crosby

Changing the rhetoric in the abortion debate, Irene M. Lagan

Charisms are traditional, Alicia Hernon

Charity may be severe, Kathleen van Schaijik

Charity requires us to proclaim the fullness of Truth, Alice von Hildebrand

Clarifying some points on unfair labor practices, Michael Welker

Clinton’s sorry legacy, Kathleen van Schaijik

Commendations (1), Charles Fischer

Commendations (2), Regis Martin

Commendations (3), Christopher P. Wright

Commendations (4), Thomas Howard

Commendations (5), Becky Faraj

Commendations (6), Elizabeth Brown

Commendations (7), Ruth Ann Stearns

Commendations and comments (1), Christine Boyle

Commendations and comments (2), Albert Faraj

Commendations and comments (3), Nina Kay

Complimentary opponents of modernism, Michael Houser

Compliments from a reader, Joe Griesemer

Computers and liberal learning, Ben Brown

Concluding remarks, the editors

Confrontation and culture at Franciscan University, David Schmiesing

Considering receptivity in rethinking economic structures, Nicholas J. Healy

Core curriculum (1), R.J. Convery

Core curriculum (2), Jim Fox

Core curriculum (3), Katherine Kemmis

Core curriculum (4), Regis Martin

Core curriculum and anti-intellectualism, Adam Tate

Core curriculum and critical thinking, Joseph A. Loizzo

Corporate Contrition: Repenting for the sins of two millenia, Mary Healy

Cultivating the intellect, Anne Schmiesing

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Dance has no place in Liturgical context, Amanda Glass

Dancing for God, Kay Cummins

Dear Class of 2000, Kathleen van Schaijik

Democracy, Kevin Schmiesing

Democracy: The voice of God or the madness of the mob?, Rebecca Bratten

Did they dance at the crucifixion?, Andrew L. Bloomfield

Different degrees of authority, Kathleen van Schaijik

Disappointed with the Concourse, Steven J. Brust

Distance Education: is it good enough?, Jim Fox

Distance technology alone cannot provide a proper university education, Anne Schmiesing

Distributism or the Free Economy?, Kevin Schmiesing

Distributism, state power and papal teachings, Thomas Storck

Doubts about DE that won’t go away: Response to Dr. Miletic, John F. Crosby

Dr. Martin does it again, Joanna K. M. Bratten

Drawing out an analogy, Kathleen van Schaijik

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Eastern Christianity and Western Liturgical Reform, Adam Tate

Education is not primarily about preparing to evangelize in the workplace, Ben Brown

Education not limited to the mind, Susan C. Fischer

Elizabeth Magaletta replies to Michael Healy on Feminism, Elizabeth Magaletta

Enjoying the concourse, Magree Magree

Et tu, Regina?, Michael Welker

Everyone’s a poet, JMS

Evolution, Kathleen van Schaijik

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Faith and Reason, Kathleen van Schaijik

Fantasy and moral development, Kay Cummins

Filling out the meaning of the term ‘Charismatic’, Jim Weiner

Finding common ground between Thomists and non-Thomists in Catholic philosophy, John F. Crosby

Fr. Michael’s achievement, Kathleen van Schaijik

FUS and distance education: At the threshold of a new missionary frontier, Stephen Miletic

FUS and distance education: Some doubts, John F. Crosby

FUS distance ed: a gift to the Church: A current student’s perspective, Richard W. May

FUS needs to get more practical about education, Peter Cole

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Getting personal, the editors

God and Caesar, Stratford Caldecott

God and Caesar: Christianity in the marketplace, Michael Welker

God and Grunge at Franciscan University, Nicholas J. Healy

God and grunge revisited, Richard Fougerousse

Grasping at Receptivity, the PhenTom of Franciscan University

H ↑

Happy & sad, Kathleen van Schaijik

Hobbits and Hogwarts, Ben Brown

How does a university evangelize?, Kathleen van Schaijik

How higher education pays off for full time mothers, Susan Fischer

How hobbits and company might really exist, Michael Healy

How might we improve our education for both residents and DE students?, Nicholas J. Healy

How not to help households, Kathleen van Schaijik

How to become a leader, Kathleen van Schaijik

How to support the Concourse by buying books, Kathleen van Schaijik

How we should imitate St. Thomas in our philosophizing, Scott Johnston

I ↑

Idol worship of the ‘A’ and the student/professor relationship, Ronda Chervin

In defense of Noelle Hiester, Cat Clark

‘In loco parentis’: invasions of privacy or moral formation?, Joanna K. M. Bratten

In reply to Mark Fischer’s defense of the present core curriculum, John F. Crosby

Inner life of society determines value of economic systems, Daniel Ellis

Intimidated? Please don’t be., Kathleen van Schaijik

Is corporate repentance really possible?, David Bradshaw

Is St. Thomas’s thought egoistical?, Patrick Lee

It’s not the Vatican, it’s the laity, Kathleen van Schaijik

J ↑

JPII to FUS: Do not be afraid to listen to the surrounding culture, John F. Crosby

Jump Start, Kathleen van Schaijik

K ↑

Kathleen van Schaijik replies to John Doman on Shakespeare, Kathleen van Schaijik

Keeping Caesar under God: Social doctrines provide the true measure of economic systems, Julio Demasi

Keeping our worship in step with ‘what the Spirit is saying’ to FUS, Kathleen van Schaijik

Kudos to Heydorn, Thomas Storck

L ↑

Last words (for now), Kathleen van Schaijik

Last words on the core, John F. Crosby

Latin, Gregorian Chant, and the Spirit of Vatican II, Jeff Ziegler

Lay ministers of the Eucharist are supposed to be ‘extraordinary’, Noelle Hiester

Learning about the Eastern Rites, Michael Wrasman

Let’s improve our stats, Sofia Genato

Liberal arts and professional programs: a reply to Jason Negri, Ben Brown

Liberal arts with professional training: the best of both worlds, Thomas E. Kelly

Literary works not severed from their human source, Justine Schmiesing

Little hope for change, Noel S. McFerran

Liturgical music, Fr. Daniel Pattee

Liturgical music at FUS: A call to reform the present style, Joanna K. M. Bratten

Liturgical music at FUS: Some points in defense of the present style, Regina Schmiedicke

Liturgical reforms were valid, but defective, Michael Houser

Love Never Leaves, Kathleen van Schaijik

M ↑

Making ‘the connection’: A Steubenville education, Regina Schmiedicke

Many projections of Y2K disasters are based on fear and hype, Edward G. Kovach

Marriage and the use of Natural Family Planning, Thomas Storck

Modesty and beauty - the lost connection, Regina Schmiedicke

More compliments, Robert Thomas

More on the aim of education: Ben Brown replies to his critics, Ben Brown

More on the curriculum debate, Mark Fischer

More research, less religion: What’s wrong with modern universities, Kevin Schmiesing

N ↑

New face, same spirit, Kathleen van Schaijik

Newman, education and context, Kathleen van Schaijik

NFP (1), Carole Brown

NFP (2), Susan C. Fischer

NFP (3), Carole Puccio

NFP and breastfeeding, Daniel Ellis

NFP and connaturality, Kathleen van Schaijik

NFP and peace of mind, TG

NFP, by itself, does not compromise the marriage vocation, Kathleen van Schaijik

No shame in success, Jason Negri

Noticing the attractiveness of modesty among FUS women, Justine Schmiesing

O ↑

Objections from an etymologist, John R. Holmes

Ode to Heidegger, Bill Marra

Of private and collegiate morality, Kathleen van Schaijik

On Catholic charity or tolerance, Fr. Giles Dimmock

On dwarfs, giants and little boys, Jules van Schaijik

On hope, heaven and hell, Nick Jr. Healy

On the (Im)possibility of time travel, Patrick Toner

On the other side of the same coin, Kathleen van Schaijik

On the virtue of studiousness, Michael J. Healy

Oral traditions and distance education, John F. Crosby

Orthodox not paradox, Kathleen van Schaijik

Overbearing theology emasculates philosophy, Oliver Heydorn

Oxford gaining on Shakspere, Kathleen van Schaijik

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Philosophy department at FUS needs a better theological base, Steve Kellmeyer

Pluralism and orthodoxy, Joanna K. M. Bratten

Polygamy and name calling, Jeff Ziegler

Polygamy and secular concepts, David Bradshaw

Polygamy in natural law, Eric M. Weldon

Polygamy, the Natural Law and St. Thomas, Michael Waldstein

‘Preach Out’ beats out prejudice, Katherine E.M. DeLine

Preparing FUS graduates for the modern world, Jason Negri

Preparing students to compete in the global economy, Peter Cole

Prize announcements, the editors

Prize announcements, the editors

Professionalism—primary or secondary?, Susan Hunt

Providentialism and rock music, Alice von Hildebrand

Public schools and moral degeneracy, Martha L. Blandford

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R ↑

R.I.P. A tribute to some great lives, Joanna K. M. Bratten

Reconsidering the term ‘Baptism in the Holy Spirit’, Scott Johnston

(re)Distributism (re)Considered, Joseph Zoric

Reflections on the last issue, Michael Healy

Reforming our thinking about courtship and sexuality, William Craig

Regina Schmiedicke defends the third way, Regina Schmiedicke

Renewed commendations, Christopher P. Wright

Response to ‘The problem of unjust conditions in Catholic organizations.’, Kevin Schmiesing

Reviving the renewal, Steve Kroeger

Ride on, King Jesus: The blessing of ‘black’ music, Mark Schultz

Rights of workers: an under-appreciated part of Catholic social teaching, John F. Cavanaugh O'Keefe

Rock music, Cynthia and Michael Welker

Rock music and Catholic culture, Michael H. Smith

Rock music: A response to Andrew Minto, Mark Fischer

Roma locuta est, causa finita est: the end of a Concourse debate, Jeff Ziegler

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Scholarship at Franciscan University, Mary McElwee

Sexism in any form denigrates both men and women, Michael Healy

Shakespeare and the Catholic question, Glen Cascino

Shakespeare debate update, Kathleen van Schaijik

Should Catholics oppose the death penalty?, Noelle Hiester

Shouldn’t we have a real core curriculum at Franciscan University?, John F. Crosby

Silence betokens ... What?, Kathleen van Schaijik

Social Credit is no alternative, Joseph Zoric

Social credit: a distributist reform of the financial system, Oliver Heydorn

Some follow-up remarks on the Tolkien discussion, Michael Healy

Sports at Franciscan University, Ivan Ortiz

Sports before studies: FUS not exempt from the American-college tendency to idolize athletics, Joanna K. M. Bratten

St. Thomas and Catholic connaturality, Michael Waldstein

St. Thomas and freedom: a reply to Richard Gordon, Edy Morel de la Prada

Strangers to the world, Kathleen van Schaijik

Student Life’s image tarnished by failure to respond to criticism, Susan C. Fischer

Subscription renewal, Daniel Ellis

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Technology and Simplicity in Catholic Culture, Daniel Ellis

Thank you, Jim and Meg Beckman

Thank you, thank you!, Catherine Egan

Thanks for discomfort, Judith Bratten

Thanks for the words about Eastern Christianity, Katherine E.M. DeLine

Thanksgiving, Kathleen van Schaijik

Thanksgiving, Kathleen van Schaijik

The abysmal difference between two orders of goodness, Alice von Hildebrand

The Aesthetics of Architecture, Mary McElwee

The arrogance complex, Alice von Hildebrand

The ‘role’ of rock: Beauty and truth in the not so fine arts, Mark Fischer

The ‘Stratford man’ and the Shakespearean canon: no match at all, Kathleen van Schaijik

The blessings of both sides: a personal testimony, Sr. Jane M. Abeln, SMIC

The blessings of tension, Patricia Maher

The Catholic Church and the Little Green Man, Justine Schmiesing

The Challenge of Ephesians 5:21-33, Alicia Hernon

The challenge of the Concourse: discussion without (much) contention, Kathleen van Schaijik

The complexity of schooling choices, Susan C. Fischer

The danger of over-generalizing a few instances of injustice, Michael Welker

The downsides of capitalism, Regina Schmiedicke

The economic role of the medieval guilds, Thomas Storck

The eternally practical liberal arts, Timothy J. Williams

The evil of exorcising judgement, Kathleen van Schaijik

‘The Fellowship of the Ring’: the film is not the book., Jason Negri

The first annual Concourse Grand Prize, the editors

The freedom of Catholic philosophers: Why we need not necessarily give primacy to St. Thomas, Richard Gordon

The freedom of stricture, Kathleen van Schaijik

The God gap in the workplaces of the world, Peter Cole

The good of distributism: a reply to critics, Thomas Storck

The goodness of Democracy & the aristocratic response, Jim Fox

The gospel and disarmament, Sr. Mary O'Connor

The horror of polygamy and the persistence of chauvinistic theories in Catholic academia, Kathleen van Schaijik

The ideal of perfecting the mind is timeless, Michael Houser

The importance of engaging questions about our campus culture, Mark Fischer

The importance of understanding Eastern Christianity, Anthony T. Dragani

The influence of Puritanism, Jeff Zare

The ivory tower of campus life, Justine Schmiesing

The legitimacy of wealth, Genevieve Belland

The link between contraception and the Ezzo parenting method, Dan and Kay Cummins

The logic of love, Michael Houser

The moral role of government, Thomas E. Graham

The mysterious difference between the sexes., Scott Johnston

The nature and autonomy of philosophy, John Henry Crosby

The Nature, Purpose and Value of Public Discourse, Franciscan University Student Forum

The persistence of ‘masculinism’ at Franciscan University, Elizabeth Magaletta

The problem of unjust conditions in Catholic organizations, Regina Schmiedicke

The Real Answer to ‘The Last Question:’ Limits to the power of computers, Edward G. Kovach

The real purpose of liberal education, Ben Brown

The reality of war and our proper response, Tony Flood

The Shakespeare issue: a response from a literature student, John Doman

The unfeasibility of the Social Credit solution, Gabriel Martinez

The value of leadership development seminars, David Schmiesing

The Weimar Republicans, Kathleen van Schaijik

The will and the intellect are inseparable, Martha L. Blandford

They’re ba-a-ack, Justine Schmiesing

Thomas not just a doctor, but a saint, Jim Fox

Thomism, Courtney Scharfe

Thomism and intellectual freedom, Kathleen van Schaijik

Time travel: is it the future or is it fantasy?, Ben Brown

To homeschool or not to homeschool, Joanna K. M. Bratten

To Systematize or not to Systematize: Philosophy at a Catholic University, Rebecca Bratten

Towards a humane economy: a reply to Thomas Storck, Philip Harold

Traditionalists, charismatics and the liturgy, Adam Tate

Trumpeting all the right views will not solve the crisis facing America, Mark Fischer

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Viva the class of ‘99!, Kathleen van Schaijik

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What does ‘charismatic’ really mean?, Adam Tate

What if Shakspere wasn’t Shakespeare?, Kathleen van Schaijik

What is a ‘real’ Catholic education?, Kathleen van Schaijik

What is a responsible appraisal of rock?, Andrew L. Minto

What is distributism?, Thomas Storck

What is Opus Dei, and what role does it play at Franciscan University?, Richard Gordon

What is our mission, really?, Kathleen van Schaijik

What is the University Concourse?, Kathleen van Schaijik

What liberal educators may not omit, Regis Martin

What matters the identity or the sexual orientation of ‘Shakespeare’?, Joanna K. M. Bratten

What should Catholics think of evolution?, Michael Healy

What the education debate is and isn’t about, Kathleen van Schaijik

What were households meant to be?, Kathleen van Schaijik

When judges play king: Suicide becomes a Constitutional right, Mark Fischer

When old ideas are breaking up, Kathleen van Schaijik

When zeal for orthodoxy overcomes charity, Alicia Hernon

Where do we go from here?, Regis Martin

Wherefore fine arts?, Joanna K. M. Bratten

Why ‘charismatic spirituality’ belongs at the heart of our communal life, Kathleen van Schaijik

Why I reject the Shakespearean ‘heresies’, Robert Englert

Why non-liberal majors need a liberal core, Susan C. Fischer

Why the Church gives St. Thomas primacy of place in Catholic education, Edy Morel de la Prada

Why the Concourse; Why now?, the editors

Why the little boy is more apt than the dwarf, Richard W. Cross

Why the polygamy problem is not as passe as it appears: Kathleen van Schaijik responds to critics, Kathleen van Schaijik

Why tradition in the liturgy is so important to our religious life, Alice von Hildebrand

Winner of the second annual Concourse Grand Prize, the editors

Winner of the third annual Concourse Grand Prize, the editors

Witnesses to Faith in the face of death, Kathleen van Schaijik

Women and politics: Do they mix?, Susan C. Fischer

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