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- 03/06/17--06:18: _The Spirit of Micha...
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- 05/24/17--08:54: _Remembering the Roh...
- 06/14/17--06:58: _Remembering Three G...
- 06/23/17--07:17: _Remembering Mary Se...
- 08/29/17--10:56: _Remembering Michael...
- 09/08/17--07:54: _Forgotten conservat...
- 09/18/17--07:20: _Marlon “Big Dog” Br...
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- 12/06/17--05:58: _Remembering Fidel C...
- 12/27/17--08:00: _The Center for Visi...
- 01/16/18--07:10: _Winston Churchill’s...
- 02/24/18--07:53: _A Tribute to Billy ...
- 02/27/18--10:50: _Revive Us Again: Bi...
- 03/09/18--11:54: _Credible Commitment...
- 03/06/17--06:18: The Spirit of Michael Novak
- 05/23/17--07:11: Two Presidents and Two Popes
- 05/24/17--08:54: Remembering the Rohna: A World War II Secret and Tragedy
- 06/14/17--06:58: Remembering Three Great Athletes (and the Way Sports Used To Be)
- 06/23/17--07:17: Remembering Mary Sennholz
- 09/08/17--07:54: Forgotten conservative: Remembering George Schuyler
- 09/18/17--07:20: Marlon “Big Dog” Brown: A Story of Redemption and Hope
- 12/06/17--05:58: Remembering Fidel Castro’s Death
- 12/27/17--08:00: The Center for Vision & Values Presents: Top 10 of 2017
- 01/16/18--07:10: Winston Churchill’s Darkest Hour
- 02/24/18--07:53: A Tribute to Billy Graham
- 02/27/18--10:50: Revive Us Again: Billy Graham and that Old-Time Religion
- 03/09/18--11:54: Credible Commitments in Columbus
Editor’s note: This article first appeared at Crisis Magazine.
One of the most brilliant, influential Catholic intellectuals of the past half century has died at age 83. He was Michael Novak, theologian, philosopher, and gentleman—truly, a gentle man.
I had … More>
Editor’s note: This article first appeared at Stream.org.
Thirty-five years ago, on June 7, 1982, Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II met for the first time at the Vatican. The two were of one mind and one mission.
It … More>
Any veteran of World War II can tell you stories. But for Frank E. Bryer, his story—one he could never forget—was a terrible one. It began the moment his ship, called the Rohna, was sunk. When that ship went down … More>
May was a poignant month for those of us who were avid Detroit sports fans in the late ‘50s and early ‘60s. Three of our heroes passed on within two weeks of each other: five-time All-NFL and Hall of Famer … More>
Mary Sennholz—a Grove City College legend and the widow of another GCC legend—passed away peacefully in her sleep early Sunday morning. She was 103, she was ready, and she did it her way: She never moved into a nursing home, … More>
On Monday, August 28, 2017, the Center for Vision & Values lost a friend—a man who is accurately being remembered for his integrity, friendship, and bridge-building between Christians and the media. Michael Cromartie, vice president at the Ethics and Public … More>
Editor’s note: A version of this article first appeared at The American Spectator.
It was 40 years ago, August 31, 1977, that George Schuyler died. He has been largely forgotten, and that’s a shame. At one point, Schuyler was one … More>
I recently had the privilege of sharing two meals with Marlon “Big Dog” Brown and hearing him tell his life story and describe his work in Memphis, Tennessee. At 6 feet 4 inches and 275 pounds, the former star basketball … More>
In the 11th Annual Ronald Reagan Lecture, “The Reagan You Didn’t See,” best-selling Reagan biographer and executive director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College, Dr. Paul Kengor, interviews special guest Peggy Grande. Grande is … More>
Editor’s note: A shorter version of this article first appeared in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
This past week marked the anniversary of the death of Fidel Castro, our hemisphere’s worst dictator for a half century. When we remember Castro’s death, … More>
2017 has been a fantastic year for The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. We celebrated an all-time high in website traffic, an exponential growth in social media, and a record number of email subscribers. These accomplishments … More>
Last Saturday I dropped off my two oldest sons and their friend at the theatre. I planned to kill a couple of hours at the bookstore, on my laptop, at a coffee shop, whatever. When I got out of the … More>
Overstating the significance of Billy Graham is difficult. Arguably the most important religious leader of the 20th century, Graham presented the gospel to an estimated 215 million people through his many evangelistic campaigns around the world and to hundreds … More>
Hallelujah, Thine the glory. Hallelujah, amen. —William P. Mackay, 1863
I am right behind Billy Graham on life’s final lap. My first encounter with the evangelist was in 1953 when the Billy Graham Crusade visited the fairgrounds in Chattanooga, … More>
Why do individuals on a weight-loss campaign often loudly announce this fact to social media friends, and how does this curious phenomenon shed light on Columbus, Indiana’s world-class architecture collection?
The easier part of the question first: individuals announce their … More>