Catholic Teaching

Synod drama: Church, culture, politics and media collide
Sheila Liaugminas | Oct 17 2014 | comment  
Now we have a tangled web.

The new orthodoxy of “knowledge professionals”
Sheila Liaugminas | Oct 4 2010 | comment  
The Religion Newswriters Association held their annual meeting recently. Their keynote speaker challenged them: be honest.

University of Illinois’ teaching moment
Sheila Liaugminas | Jul 26 2010 | comment  
The administration had the chance to redeem the institution’s hasty decision to fire a professor for doing his job. They blew it.

Illinois professor fired for doing his job
Sheila Liaugminas | Jul 12 2010 | comment  
This story is picking up press, and it should. Freedom of speech is at the heart of it, as is the effort yet again to attack legitimate expression of belief, expressed…where? In a classroom setting that fosters intellecutal inquiry and critical thinking skills? Not exactly.

Church literacy
Sheila Liaugminas | Apr 27 2010 | comment  
Business and financial reporters are required to have a certain aptitude with their subject matter for acceptable coverage, and to another extent so do political reporters. Often it seems that religion reporters do not.
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