“E Pluribus Unum” is thriving in a trio of classical schools animated by a vision of beauty enriched by diversity.
An exploration of responsibility, community, and the conditions to encourage both. Continue Reading…
Tim Carney’s new book, Alienated America, is an important contribution to today’s siren around social isolation and its devastating effects. But is church, as he argues, the answer?
A makers’ commons strives for openness, egalitarianism, and catalytic impact. The local environs has to reckon with it first.
The founder of the Catholic Worker still calls to us, her desire to live with single-mindedness both inspirational and impossible.
For a generation that feels denuded of both belonging and heroic opportunity, the chance to impact one’s local community provides an alternative path.
Michael Cromartie created something—a web of people with a distinctive light infusing their work and relationships—that will persist long after his death.
Creative friction – unchaperoned and unprescribed – is Houston’s secret sauce.
This excerpt was originally published in a sleeve that City Journal put out called “Lone Star Quartet,” a narrative on how some of the country’s fastest growing metros — Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio — are powering the Texas economy. Continue Reading…