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I recently revisited T. S. Eliot’s ​“Little Gidding”​and found it to be an encouragement for our times, uncertain as they are for the uncertain relationship we have with our past. Perhaps this meditation will offer some light and hope. Note this remarkable line, which, on the surface, is fraught with the highest human stakes: A people without...

As we continue to post contributions from the Institute’s network, we are pleased to highlight another of our colleagues from the University of Dallas, Dr. Gregory Roper, who points us to a great Irish poet worthy of our attention. Make sure to read his latest piece, Arguing Agreeably, in the Institute's Virtue 6 - Pedagogy...

As we continue to post contributions from the Institute’s network, we are pleased to highlight another of our colleagues from the University of Dallas, Dr. Gregory Roper, who points us to a great Irish poet worthy of our attention. Through the #PoetryLockdown feed of a former student, Czach Zaia, I recently learned of Eavan Boland’s passing. ...