The complete text of the lecture given by the pope on the afternoon of Tuesday, September 12, 2006, in the main hall of the University of Regensburg.
Monthly Archives For September 2006
Some good and bad news from Bucknell.
UVA newspaper offers apology and removes anti-Catholic cartoons from its website.
College administrators are scratching their heads trying to figure our how the straight-A students they accepted tanked on the SATs.
Heritage Foundation analyst, Shanea Watkins cautions those who wish to tout public school performance as reflected by recent NCES stats.
After being contacted by attorneys for The Rutherford Institute, school officials at John Dooley Elementary School in Henderson, Nev., have agreed to display a second grader’s poster containing religious messages in keeping with the student’s First and Fourteenth Amendment rights.
Jonathan Brent, editorial director of the Yale University Press, shows us in the September 8th installment of the Chronicle of Higher Education that Gunther Grass has long been ambivalent, at best about the nature of totalitarian governments.
Some Muslims reacted angrily after Pope Benedict XVI’s address at Regensburg University. The Catholic League’s Bill Donohue responds.
Last month, a study was released that is said to show that abstinence-only education can delay sexual activity without preventing future condom usage.
On Monday, classrooms across the nation remembered the 9/11 attacks in heartfelt ways. As time passes, however, more students will turn to written record to replace personal experience. That means getting the facts straight is of paramount importance. After all, history plays a pivotal role in shaping beliefs – about civic duty, culture, and patriotism.