Elise Crapuchettes argues that medieval Catholic theology and modern feminist ideology both validate women largely in terms of their external production.
Just by watching an old game show, we meet a way of thinking about the world that is noticeably different from our own.
With parenting, there are no copouts, no sick days, no vacation or leave. That means describing it like a career is both reductive and misleading.
Many young people are told over and over again to ‘Follow your dreams.’ But that’s often a one-way ticket to poverty, wasted time, and entitlement.
Women are standing in the way of their own joy because they have bought into a peculiarly destructive myth: that anything they do not know how to do cannot be done.
The question isn’t whether God uses mothers to advance the gospel, but how.
‘Yes, I want to live in a barn—that’s perfect,’ says rapper Aesop Rock.
Jim Gaffigan and other commencement speakers told grads that accomplishment is found in healthy relationships and lives of service, not corporate success.
The American Dream is not about money. It’s a call to create a society with the space to pursue humanity’s calling.
If one’s career doesn’t fit the modern archetype, how to explain that to a high schooler?
In a world that seems in many ways to be spiraling completely out of control, it is important to find a balance between awareness fatigue and withdrawal.
We measure careers by earnings, specialization, and competition for entry. But motherhood deserves entirely different criteria for respect.
Don’t turn a personal preference into an iron-clad rule. Mrs. is not a perfect name for all women, even married ones.
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