Alumna Author on November: “Christ Has Only One Mystical Body”
Alumna writer Sophia (Mason ’09) Feingold offers some timely reflections on the end of the liturgical year in a recent article for National Catholic Register.
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From School Dances to the Big Screen: Jacob Schmiedicke (’09)
Alumnus videographer Jacob Schmiedicke (’09) has brought the story of Irish advocate Daniel O’Connell to life in a new independent film, The Liberator.
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Alumnus Writer Contemplates Pro-Life Economics, Post-Roe
Writing for Catholic World Report, Jonathan Culbreath (’17) contends that eradicating abortion in the United States will take much more than a Supreme Court decision. 
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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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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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