Dialogue: TAC Alumnus Priest and NYT Columnist
The upcoming June edition of the journal First Things features a dialogue between Pater Edmund Waldstein, O.Cist. (’06) and New York Times columnist Ross Douthat. 
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Alumna Author Offers Hope for Parents Facing Empty Nests
Alumna author Denise (Martel ’81) Trull’s latest article for Dappled Things is a reminder that life sometimes offers unlikely solaces in the midst of change
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Pro-Life Alumnae Speak out on Possible Roe Overturn
The Ventura County Star quotes two alumnae who are prominent pro-life advocates,  Katie (Wynne ’80) Short, an attorney and vice president of Legal Affairs at the Life Legal Defense Foundation, and Michelle (Grimm ’81) Loughman, executive director of the Life Centers of Ventura County.
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Angela (Andersen ’87) Connelly Publishes Paean to “Mothers of Many”
Mrs. Connelly’s new book, The Crowded Table, is a timely paean to “the brave and beautiful choice to mother many.” 
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Monica (Heithaus ’96) Seeley: The Continuing Witness of Angela Baird (’00)
“25 Years of Thursdays: On the life, death, and continuing witness of Angela Baird,” by Monica (Heithaus ’96) Seeley, from Catholic World Report
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Jose Hector Guardiola (’19) Named a Dappled Things Finalist
Dappled Things has announced the finalists for its 2022 J.F. Powers Prize for Fiction, and among the 28 authors selected is recent Thomas Aquinas College graduate Jose Hector Guardiola (’19). 
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Alumnus Scholar Publishes Much-Needed Book on Sexual Identity
Sexual Identity: The Harmony of Philosophy, Science, and Revelation, is an interdisciplinary collection of essays written by experts for non-specialists, edited by Dr. John DeSilva Finley (’99).
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