Dennis Sullivan

Marshall McLuhan — the great assessor of the impact of mass media on our lives — wrote an essay in 1963 called “The Agenbite of Outwit.”

The presidential candidates are out on the trail again and the topic of “family values” is back on the agenda, if only slightly. I like that. I like talk about the family.

In the Fall of 1957, the ABC television network aired a new game show, “Who Do You Trust?” It was a follow-up to a show that ran the year before, “Do You Trust Your Wife?”

When I was 12 and an altar boy at St. Mary’s of the Assumption Church, on my way to serve midnight Mass on Christmas Eve, I looked intently at the winter sky in search of the Star of Bethlehem.

The Flyer

The first chapter of Graeme Green’s “The Power and the Glory,” published in 1940, tells of a certain Mr.

I would like to make a case for the study of the liberal arts in higher education but the deck is stacked against me.

I would like to make a case for the study of the liberal arts in higher education but the deck is stacked against me.

φαίνεταί μοι. If that’s Greek to you, you’re correct, it is.

Just as there’s a difference between baseball players and people who play baseball, so there’s a difference between gardeners and those who garden.

It’s referred to as the “American secular movement.” What it refers to is the deep dissatisfaction of a fast-growing number of Americans with official religious values and the institutions that ove

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