Tag Archives: Anscombe Society
by Matthew J. Cavaco What could possibly be more exciting than having Matt Fradd speak at your college campus? Having him ride shotgun in your car beforehand, that’s what! On Tuesday, February 24, Matt Fradd traveled to Providence, Rhode Island … Continue reading
by Carlos Flores In many ways, I have had a very fortunate upbringing. I grew up in a conservative family in the 1990’s in the maze of concrete and azulejos that is Mexico City. Because of the homogeneity of the … Continue reading
How did you first hear about LFN? Why did you choose to get involved? I learned about LFN when I got roped in to help promote “The Family in Modern Society Conference” at Columbia in February 2013. Seeing the ugliness … Continue reading
Below is an interview with Delaney Brooks, President of the Anscombe Society at The Catholic University of America. Delaney is a Senior at CUA, and in her interview she describes the ways that her involvement with the Anscombe Society challenged … Continue reading
By Caitlin La Ruffa On Tuesday we hosted an information session for high school parents in the D.C. area. I had the opportunity to tell people about the gory details of campus life and sexual education programming—and the privilege of … Continue reading
By Christian Say . . . um . . . you have the . . . er . . . wrong metaphysical framework . . . . uh . . . but it’s a comprehensive union! . . . . … Continue reading
"How University Faculty and Ministry Leaders are Supporting the Pro-Life and Pro-Family Message" by Cassy Hough
It is understandable, then, that when university faculty serve as advisers for pro-life and pro-family student initiatives, or sponsor receptions such as the aforementioned one at Princeton, they lend legitimacy to the pro-life and pro-family positions by virtue of their own academic reputation and standing.
According to this recent article, which appeared in the Stanford Review, the new Stanford Anscombe Society appears to have generated quite a buzz on campus. Launching their group with an inaugural event on same-sex marriage featuring Dr. Jennifer Roback-Morse, the … Continue reading
So, while Simone de Beauvoir lies in her deathbed with a smile, contemplating tons of news and thousands of laws putting her ideas into practice, some of the children still unborn are already imagining a different culture. Be sure that they will reap new public policies from the seeds sown by the young people of today, who with the force of their reason, are already attracting hearts to participate in a new revolution: the revolution of the faithful, true, responsible love. The revolution of solid love.
CONGRATULATIONS: This month, Focus on the Family’s “Rising Voice” is featuring Cassandra Hough as the Millenial of the Month! Cassy Hough was interviewed for her story on how she founded the Anscombe Society at Princeton in 2005, and subsequently, the … Continue reading