In uncertain times, conviction is the currency by which we judge the worth of an institution. To that end, Georgetown should act boldly … [Read more...] about VIEWPOINT: Assure the Protection of our Patients
At Georgetown, a Jesuit and Catholic university, the most cogent argument against physician-assisted suicide for those who espouse our … [Read more...] about VIEWPOINT: In Defense of Lives Worth Living
I am a man, one who is weighing in on the issue of a woman’s right to her own body. Preposterous? Yes. Invalid? I don’t think so. My lack of … [Read more...] about NGUYEN: Support Women’s Decisions
As a result of Pope Francis’ visit to the United States, including Washington, D.C., Georgetown’s Catholic community is abuzz with … [Read more...] about Doing Good Without God
In her critique of a perceived lack of substantive pluralism on campus, H*yas for Choice President Abby Grace (SFS ’16) appealed to the … [Read more...] about Moral Neutrality’s Threat to Free Speech
According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, all people have an inviolable, inalienable and fundamental moral right, namely, the … [Read more...] about EARL: How Fundamental is the Right to Life?
My host father was surprised when I explained where I had gotten the recipe for the French toast I had just made. "Men cook in the United … [Read more...] about Balancing Culture and Morality
Last Monday, I had the pleasure of meeting The New York Times columnist David Brooks after he gave a talk on campus. He spoke primarily … [Read more...] about GILBERT: With Morality, the Heart Calls the Shots