Overcoming Gun Absolutism

By Jason Adkins Five years ago, just after the Sandy Hook massacre, I wrote a highly criticized column on gun control. The causes of gun violence, I noted in that column, run deeper than easy access to guns, and include … Continue reading →

Man, Woman, and the Order of Creation

  Walter Heyer was a husband, father, and a corporate executive who underwent gender reassignment surgery at the age of 42, going from man to woman. Eight years later, Walt changed back to a man again and has been restored to … Continue reading →

Healthcare Symposium

Healthcare in Minnesota A Symposium Considering Contemporary Challenges Wednesday, September 20  •  University of St. Thomas (PDF flier) Healthcare reform. The opioid crisis. Gender theory. These are just some of the emerging challenges on the healthcare landscape in Minnesota about … Continue reading →

Summer Communications Internship

Are you looking to learn more about the intersection of your Catholic faith with policy and society, while building your communications skill-set in a professional environment? Consider interning with the Minnesota Catholic Conference, the official public policy voice of the … Continue reading →

Catholics at the Capitol Remote Advocacy

If you’re not able to be in St. Paul on Thursday, March 9, you can still make your voice heard at the Capitol. Follow the instructions below to support the advocacy efforts of your fellow Catholics. This is our moment. Let’s go! Identify … Continue reading →