June 29, 2023
One wishes to avoid extremes. Old mathematics is not simply a museum piece, wholly separate from us, effectively dead. On the other hand, it is not so similar to current mathematics as to be subsumed by it in a mere change of notation.
May 3, 2023
It is hard not to feel demoralized, disempowered, or skeptical about the world today. Who doesn’t want things to be better or work towards improving them? But the path to a new and better reality cannot be one of avoidance.
January 25, 2023
All Jesuit colleges had to survive, and the population of their local communities helped to shape their decisions. Western schools like Seattle University were pioneers in admitting women partly because they were located in smaller, less developed cities where the male population was limited.
January 12, 2023
We aspire for an education that seeks to occasion transformations so structural, profound, intimate, and thorough that learners cannot tell what they have learned because it has become one with them.
January 4, 2023
Here are sixteen ways that you can preserve the legacy of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. (Spoiler: it involves a lot of reading).
December 21, 2022
Tis the season of generosity, but oftentimes, it’s not drumming up the Spirit of Giving that’s the problem. It’s knowing what to give. Thankfully, we have a couple recommendations for some stellar books you can give to the beloved people in your life.
August 31, 2022
The CUA Press is pleased to kick off our new book season with the release of our Fall/Winter 2022-2023 catalog! Here are just a few of the exciting upcoming titles you can look forward to reading.
August 10, 2022
The University of Dayton controversy continued to escalate because the faculty did not discuss things in a civil manner. When people hold deeply-felt concerns on moral issues, they are willing to do things that seem unimaginable to others, such as report their fellow faculty to the archbishop.
July 20, 2022
I majored in philosophy as an undergraduate, and had done two years of theology at a seminary, and so—on paper—I appeared well prepared to teach this class. However, since the philosophy I had learned was modern atheistic philosophy, I struggled to communicate the truth while I tried to complete my education by teaching myself the splendors of the perennial tradition.
February 9, 2022
A good education should teach a person to think about the deepest things in life: God, beauty, truth. These are things of ultimate importance.