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Matching Donations for the David Grotberg Endowed Scholarship Fund
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How American Politics Became So Exhausting
The Atlantic conducts this Q&A with Alan Jacobs, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Humanities in the Honors Program in Baylor’s Honors College, about his new book, “How to Think,” which The Atlantic describes as “part essay, part lament, part how-to guide for processing the world more generously” in an era that might, or might not be, the uncivil political era of all time. “Maybe it’s inevitable that today’s hyper-partisanship and lightning-fast news cycles have left the open-minded Jacobs frustrated with America’s low tolerance for disagreement—a political order characterized by ‘willful incomprehension (and) toxic suspicion,’ as he calls it.”
Jesse Watters: Society of Catholic Liturgy
The Society of Catholic Liturgy conference allowed me to meet some of the world's top liturgical scholars and listen to them discuss the current state of the Catholic Church.