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Voting Principles For Catholics

Please check out the following essay by John Martignoni  concerning voting principles for Catholics. I am also providing the link above for you to download it as a pdf…God bless! Stephen Bujno!     1) “There are some things we must never do, as individuals or as a society, because they are always incompatible with […] Read More

Strategic Anti-Essentialism: The Horrifying Return of Segregationist Ideals

By Andrew Turner https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/03/31/can-a-white-guy-have-dreadlocks-this-puzzling-viral-video-wades-into-the-politics-of-black-hair/ Cultural Appropriation (CA) is nothing new, and it’s found in absolutely every single culture. There are, today, no known cultures that have not had some contact outside of their own social ecosystem—and, of course, the moment one such culture is found, cultural trace contamination is guaranteed as enculturation naturally evolves into […] Read More

How Proving Nothing, Proves the Divine

This is an essay by Andrew Turner, a guest contributor to the Dead Philosophers Society, please read more about Andrew at the end of this article. What is existence? What does it mean to say “I am” or to claim something else “is”—or to say the exact opposite? How does perception, individual and collective, affect […] Read More

Your Bio-Book of Life

Feature Submission authored by Romuald Simeone and Chiara Simeone-DiFrancesco, Ph.D. Each of us daily, yearly unwittingly write our own memoir-ed autobiography on diary pages and stage-of-growth chapters As I gaze out at my audience or visualize those clicking onto my website. My eyes see not just the people present, but a metaphoric crowd of “human […] Read More

Recent Publication-Fr. Bill Mills

Check out the release of a book by Fr. Bill Mills, one of HACS faculty members the our online program. The book is entitled Come Follow Me and is available at http://www.amazon.com/Come-Follow-Me-William-Mills/dp/1601910320/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1446075735&sr=1-1&keywords=Mills+Come+Follow+Me   Among the endorsements Fr. Mills has received are the following: “Many people today are risk-averse; living in a world fraught with dangers, […] Read More

Recent Publication-Prof. Heather Voccola

Prof. Heather Voccola, who teaches Church history in our history department, has published a book entitled Contrition. Please visit http://www.heathervoccola.com/ for more information on her life and work and to purchase your own copy of Contrition. Contrition is the story of college student, Kelsey Springer, and the start of her journey back to the Truth. […] Read More

Recent Publications-Dr. Angelyn Arden

Please take notice of the recent publications by Dr. Angelyn Arden, Professor of Humanities at Holy Apostles College & Seminary, on her five recently published books. Since 1980, Dr. Arden has been writing books as a major part of her vocation. Her nine books are on the interface of depth psychology, religion, literature and philosophy. The […] Read More

Recent Publication-Dr. Peter Redpath

The HACS faculty and community has been blessed as of late concerning recent publications. It seems apropos while yet in the Thanksgiving holiday, with the Advent season upon us this evening, to acknowledge those achievements. Here is the contribution by Dr. Peter Redpath, rector of the Adler-Aquinas Institute and chair of the Christian Wisdom Concentration […] Read More

Economic Justice in the 21st Century

I would like to make all aware that last evening, in cooperation with Holy Apostles College and Seminary the Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology presented a conference entitled “Economic Justice in the 21st Century – Myth or Reality? A Christian Perspective.” You may follow the previously provided link for information on the […] Read More