Why is our education system failing to make good, virtuous young men? How can we remedy this on a macro, micro, and personal level?
In the face of our degenerate and effeminate modern culture, we must use our energy prudently and courageously to build great and lasting things.
A juxtaposition of repentance out of hope and repentance out of despair, through the lens of Doctor Faustus and Toltoy's "Repentant Sinner" folktale.
An examination of the golden mean through western and eastern eyes, as well as why it is the proper path to good, virtuous living.
An examination of the servile attitudes that create men without chests, nice guys, and yes men, as well as how we can remedy this crisis.
An ontological and practical examination of a Christian man and woman's need for community, church, roots, friendship, and belonging.
Men are called to be leaders in their families, businesses, and communities. Yet many are unprepared for crises that arise. How do good leaders face these?
An examination of Christian martyrdom through the lens of an American Classic, Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Gray Champion"
St. Thomas Aquinas reminds us that love is simple, but not easy, and that true love can still exist in our modern world if we aim for it.
A short reflection on the epidemic of outrage porn and why purposefully finding news that emotionally affects you is dangerous.