It’s Morning Again: Ronald Reagan and the 1984 Presidential Election

During the 1984 Presidential election, the nation's 40th President Ronald Wilson Reagan faced re-election for a second term in the White House. The race was an easy one, President Reagan winning one of the largest electoral and popular landslides in history. Three major factors can be attributed to this victory. These factors include the rise … Continue reading It’s Morning Again: Ronald Reagan and the 1984 Presidential Election

The Righteous Impeachment

Last week the House Judiciary Committee voted along partisan lines to bring two counts of impeachment to the full United States House of Representatives for a full vote. These two counts, which are abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, are not only clearly based on the evidence presented over the course of months of … Continue reading The Righteous Impeachment

Taking the Reins: The Nobility’s Patronage of Monastic Life

The development of monastic life from 900 to 1100 is one of the most vital aspects of the reform movement within the Church, and one of the most notable aspects of the construction and maintaining of monasteries was the role that the lay nobility played in developing this massive network of monastic communities. Through examples … Continue reading Taking the Reins: The Nobility’s Patronage of Monastic Life