Wiseblood Books

The Telos of a University

Mark C. Henrie

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Why go to college?

Here is a peculiarity of American life today: The young man or woman in high school invests enormous time and energy in the process of choosing and applying to the best colleges and universities within reach. Guidebooks are consulted, campus visits made, prep courses for the SAT or ACT taken with genuine zeal. Essays are honed and polished beyond anything ever written for a class assignment. Applications are placed in the mail, and students then fret day and night about the status of their case. [Read more...]

Lent/Easter 2007

Feature

Mark C. Henrie, The Telos of a University

Fiction

Eleanor Donlon,
The Priest Hole

Brendan A. McGrath,
The Gift

Katy Carl,
Tenebrae

Drama

Kate Bluett,
Mr. and Mrs. Every

Poetry

Sarah DeCorla-Souza,
Holy Thursday

Simeon Lewis,
Song of Morning

Maria D. Byars,
Then We Shall Know Fully

Cristina A. Montes,
Good Friday

Michael Baruzzini,
Perfection

Kathryn Husing,
Good Friday: A Ballad

Cristina A. Montes,
New Year Countdown

John Rieping,
Drowning

J.B. Toner,
The Kingdom of Heaven

Essays

Shannon Berry,
The Communion of Saints

Br. Bruno Shah, O.P.,
Sanctification: A Comedy of Error

Art and Prose

Matthew Alderman,
St. Hope of Rome

Art and Photography

Janice Walker,

Patrick Anderson,

Tricia Phipps,

Whitney Wolf,

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