Since the filming of the interview, Monaghan’s wife of more than 60 years, Marjorie Monaghan, died. She passed away at home surrounded by loved ones on July 3.
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Heightened attention is on the Supreme Court again these days over issues of abortion and religious liberty. Today Register columnist Andrea Picciotti-Bayer provides insights into the Supreme Court’s latest cases, including the ruling on the abortion pill and the oral arguments the justices heard related to a former postal worker who refused to work on Sunday. Then we turn to hearing about a Catholic university that’s stepping up its commitment to life and dignity by offering young, single moms childcare, housing and a compassionate community. Register’s national correspondent Lauretta Brown has the story.
Notre Dame’s Tamara Kay claims she’s promoting abortion not as a professor but ‘as a private citizen, so that’s been cleared by the university.’
The coming decade is likely to be rough on Catholic higher education throughout the United States.
The Kansas City, Kansas, school’s beginning-of-the-year traditions are deeply rooted in the rich Benedictine tradition from which it was born.
The aim is to train medical doctors faithful to Catholic ethics while addressing national shortfalls in medical care.
John Garvey’s new book ‘The Virtues’ is a timely reflection on the virtues that draws from commencement addresses he gave to graduates at The Catholic University of America.