Since before the founding of the United States, Catholics have struggled to blend in with the greater American society, and therefore occupy a strange position in the social fabric. However, the notion that Catholics have never been treated as full citizens is incorrect. They have been important to the development of the American middle class throughout history and have utilized their voice in order to … Continue reading On the Question of Citizenship
My interest in this course initially stemmed from the chance to study politics in a unique setting, one in which I could research a topic of my choice in depth. However, the more I learned about the Ramonat Seminar, particularly the direction of study for the 2018-2019 school year, I knew I wanted to apply. Although my knowledge of Catholics and Catholicism is limited, I … Continue reading Why Catholic Politics?
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton Continue reading The Journey Begins