21) CHRONOLOGICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1954-2002 -- Books, Chapters in Books, Essays, Book Reviews, Letters, Columns.

James V. Schall, S. J.

July, 2002

Index...................................................................................... Page


Chapters in Books......................................................................5

Periodical Essays........................................................................9

Book Reviews...........................................................................32

Letters to Editors.......................................................................44

Journalism Articles.....................................................................47

"Sense and Nonsense" Columns in Crisis...................................49

Columns in Canadian Catholic Register....................................55

Columns from San Francisco Monitor.......................................56

Schall on Chesterton in Midwest Chesterton News.................62

Schall on Chesterton in Gilbert!..............................................65

Schall on Belloc in Generally Speaking...................................67

Columns in National Catholic Register....................................68

Columns Wit and Wonder in Excelsis.......................................69

Columns On Essays and Letters, in University Bookman..........70


Columns in The Saint Austin Review........................................71

On-Line Columns.....................................................................72



            Co-Author, with Donald Wolf, American Society and Politics (Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1964).

            Co-Editor and Contributor, with Donald Wolf, Current Trends in Theology, (Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1966). 274 pp.

            Co-Editor with John J. Schrems, On the Intelligibility of Political Philosophy: Essays of Charles N. R. McCoy (Washington: The Catholic University of America Press, 1989). 306 pp.


            Redeeming the Time New York: Sheed & Ward, 1968. 244 pp. [Spanish Edition, Redimiendo el Tiempo (Santander: Sal Terrae, 1969). 203 pp].

            Play On: From Games to Celebrations (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1971). 95 pp.

            Human Dignity and Human Numbers (Staten Island, N. Y.: Alba House, 1971). 222 pp.

            Far Too Easily Pleased: A Theology of Play, Contemplation, and Festivity (Los Angeles: Benziger-Macmillan, 1976). 117 pp.

            Welcome Number 4,000,000,000 (Canfield, Ohio: Alba Books, 1977). 152 pp.

            The Sixth Paul (Canfield, Ohio: Alba Books, 1977). 165 pp.

            The Praise of 'Sons of Bitches': On the Worship of God by Fallen Men (Slough, England: St. Paul Publications, 1978). 192 pp.

            The Whole Truth about Man: John Paul II to University Faculties and Students, Selected with an Introduction, (Boston: St. Paul Editions, 1981). 354 pp.

            Christianity and Politics (Boston: St. Paul Editions, 1981). 342 pp.

            Christianity and Life (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1981). 133 pp.

            The Church, the State, and Society in the Thought of John Paul II (Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1982). 202 pp.

            Liberation Theology (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1982). 402 pp.

            The Distinctiveness of Christianity (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1982). 298 pp.

            Sacred in All Its Forms: John Paul II on Human Life, Selected with an Introduction, (Boston: St. Paul Editions, 1984). 482 pp.

            The Politics of Heaven and Hell: Christian Themes from Classical, Medieval, and Modern Political Philosophy (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1984). 341 pp.

            Unexpected Meditations Late in the XXth Century (Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1985). 142 pp.

            Studies in Religion and Politics, Edited with a Contribution, with Jerome Hanus (Lanham, MD.: University Press of America, 1986). 113 pp.

            Reason, Revelation, and the Foundations of Political Philosophy (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1987). 254 pp.

            G. K. Chesterton: Collected Works, Vol. IV: What's Wrong with the World et al., Edited with an Introduction, "On Things Worth Doing Badly," (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1987).

            Another Sort of Learning: Selected Contrary Essays on How Finally to Acquire an Education While Still in College or Anywhere Else: Containing Some Belated Advice about How to Employ Your Leisure Time When Ultimate Questions Remain Perplexing in Spite of Your Highest Earned Academic Degree, Together with Sundry Book Lists Nowhere Else in Captivity To Be Found (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1988). 299 pp.

            Religion, Wealth and Poverty (Vancouver, B. C.: Fraser Institute, 1990). 202 pp.

            What Is God Like? (Collegeville, MI.: Michael Glazer/Liturgical Press, 1992. 250 PP. (What Is God Like? [Manila, P. I.: St. Paul's, 1995]. 250 pp.)

            Idylls and Rambles: Lighter Christian Essays (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1994). 240 pp.

            Does Catholicism Still Exist? (Staten Island, N. Y.: Alba House, 1994). 260 pp.

            At the Limits of Political Philosophy: From the "Brilliant Errors" to the Things of Uncommon Importance (Washington, D. C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 1996). 272 pp.

            Jacques Maritain: The Philosopher in Society (Lanham, MD.: Rowman & Littlefield, 1998). 241 pp.

            Schall on Chesterton: Timely Essays on Timeless Paradoxes (Washington: The Catholic University of America Press, 2000). 296 pp.

            Reason, Revelation, and Human Affairs: Selected Writings of James V. Schall. Edited with an Introduction by Marc Guerra. Lanham, MD.: Lexington Books, 2001. 188 pp.

            The Unseriousness of Human Affairs: Teaching, Writing, Playing, Believing, Lecturing, Philosophizing, Singing, Dancing. Wilmington, DE.: ISI Books, 2001.

            G. K. Chesterton: Collected Works edited with an Introduction, “The Home, the Crown, and the Cross: On Explaining Humanity to Itself” [pp. 13-32] (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2001). Vol. XX, 642 pp.


            Jose Gualberto I. Villasis, “Christian Political Philosophy in the Thought of James Vincent Schall,” Dissertatio ad Lauream in Facultate Philosophiae, Pontificia Studiorum Universitas a S. Thoma Aquino in Urbe, Rev. Fr. Aldred Wilder, O. P., Moderator, Romae, 1999, 379 pp.

            Marc Guerra, “James V. Schall on Politics and the Problem of Faith and Reason,” Gregorianum, (Rome), 82 (#2, 2001), 357-383.

            “The James V. Schall, S. J. Collection,” in Special Collections Division, Lauinger Library, Georgetown University, Washington, D. C., 20057-1200

            “In Schall’s Sanctum,” The Washington Times, September 6, 2001, A2.



            Journey through Lent (London: Catholic Truth Society, 1979). 24 pp.

            The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Leesburg, VA.: Catholic Home Studies Institute, 1993). 22 pp.

            A Student's Guide to Liberal Learning (Wilmington, DE.: Intercollegiate Studies Institute, 1997), 66 pp.


            "Some Intellectual Origins of Population-Environment Theories," in Population in Perspective, A New Zealand Viewpoint, Proceedings of the Guild of St. Luke, SS Cosmas and Damian Conference, Wairakei, New Zealand. Dunedin, New Zealand, The Tablet Publishers, 1971. pp. 128-43.

            "Golden and Detestable Ages: The Christian and the Human Lot," Proceedings of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, 1978, (Kansas City), pp. 6-12.

            "Religion and the Demise of Capitalism," in The Denigration of Capitalism, Edited by Michael Novak, (Washington: American Enterprise Institute, 1979). pp. 32-38.

            "The Changing Political Scene," in Christianity and Politics: Catholic and Protestant Perspectives, Edited by Carol F. Griffith, (Washington: Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1981). pp. 19-38.

            "The Reach of Finite Intellect," The Patenting of Recombinant DNA, ITEST Conference, St. Louis, March, 198l. pp. 20-34.

            "Catholicism, Business, and Human Priorities," in The Judaeo-Christian Vision and the Modern Corporation, Edited by Oliver Williams and John Houck, (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1982). pp. 107-40.

            "The American Press Views Puebla," in The Pope and Revolution, Edited by Quentin L. Quade, (Washington: Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1982). pp. 86-96.

            "On Imitating the Creator," in Papal Economics, Edited by Philip F. Lawler, (Washington: Heritage Foundation, 1982). pp. 18-28.

            "The Intellectual Origins of the Peace Movement," in Justice and War in the Nuclear Age, Edited by Philip F. Lawler, (Washington: University Press of America, 1983). pp. 37-59.

            "On the Disappearance of Mercy from Political Theory: The Significance of Dives in Misericordia, in Catholic Social Thought and the Teachings of John Paul II, Edited by Paul L. Williams, (Scranton, Pa.: Northeast Books, 1983). pp. 39-52.

            "Reason, Religion, and Virtue," Free Enterprise: 15 Commentaries, Edited by Bert Elwert, (Chicago: University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Business Administration, 1983). pp. 55-60.

            "Les libertés protégées et l'iniative personnelle calculable," Droits de l'Homme: Approche Chrétienne, (Roma: Herder, 1984). pp. 125-52.

            Out of Justice, Peace, French and German Bishops' Pastoral Letters on War, Edited with an Introduction, "Risk, Dissuasion, and Political Prudence," pp. 9-32, (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1984). 124 pp.

            Essays on Christianity and Political Philosophy, Edited by George W. Carey and James V. Schall, with a Contribution by James V. Schall, "Political Theory: The Place of Christianity," pp. 93-106, (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1984). 136 pp.

            "Ethical Reflections on the Economic Crisis," in Theology, Third World Development, and Economic Justice, Edited by Walter Block and Donald Shaw, (Vancouver, B. C.: Fraser Institute, 1985). pp. 83-87.

            "The Altar as the Throne," in Churches on the Wrong Road, Edited by Stanley Atkins and Theodore McConnell, (Chicago: Gateway-Regnery, 1986). pp. 193-238.

            "Truth and the Open Society," in Order, Freedom, and the Polity: Critical Essays on the Open Society, Edited by George W. Carey, (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1986), pp. 71-90.

            "Strange to Reason: Political Philosophy and the Crisis of the American Catholic Mind," in American Capitalism: The Catholic Challenge, Edited by Philip F. Lawler, (Washington: The American Catholic Conference, 1986). pp. 49-66.

     "Catholicism and the American Experience," in The Best of 'THIS WORLD', Edited by Michael Scully (Lanham, MD. University Press of America, 1986), pp. 1-13. Reprint.

             "From Catholic 'Social Doctrine' to the 'Kingdom of God on Earth'," in Readings in Moral Theology, No. 5: Official Catholic Social Teaching, Edited by Charles E. Curran and Richard A. McCormick (New York: Paulist Press, 1986), pp. 313-30. Reprint.

            "Political Theory: The Place of Christianity," in Modern Age: The First Twenty-Five Years: A Selection, Edited by George A. Panichas, (Indianapolis: Liberty Press, 1988), pp. 495-503. Reprint.

            "Introduction: Calvary or the Slaughterhouse," From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain, Edited by Peter A. Redpath (South Bend: University of Notre Dame Press-Maritain Association, 1990), pp. 1-16.

            "Newness That Is Not New," A New Worldly Order, Edited by George Weigel (Washington: Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1992), pp. 143-48.

            "The Mystery of the 'Mystery of Israel'," in Jacques Maritain and the Jews, Edited by Robert Royal (South Bend: University of Notre Dame Press-Maritain Association, 1994), pp. 51-71.

            "A Latitude for Statesmanship: Strauss on St. Thomas," Leo Strauss: Political Philosopher and Jewish Thinker, Edited by Kenneth L. Deutsch and Walter Nicgorski (Lanham, MD.: Rowman & Littlefield, 1994), pp. 211-30.

            "A Catholic Response," Caesar's Coin Revisited: Christians and the Limits of Government, Edited by Michael Cromartie (Washington: Ethics and Public Policy, 1996), pp. 23-29.

            "On Post-Modernism and the 'Silence of St. Thomas'," Post-Modernism and Christian Philosophy, Edited by Roman T. Ciapalo (Washington: The Catholic University of America Press/American Maritain Society, 1997), pp. 218-29.

            “Introduction: Justice, Pleasure, Right, Duty, and Beyond,” Ethics and Economics (Grand Rapids, MI.: Acton Institute, 1998), pp. ix-xviii.

            “Immanent in the Souls of Men,” “Introduction” to Acquaintance with the Absolute: The Philosophy of Yves Simon, Edited by Anthony Simon (New York: Fordham University Press, 1998), pp. 1-16.

            “On the Joys and Travails of Thinking,” New Foreword to 1998 Edition of A. C. Sertillanges, The Intellectual Life: Its Spirit, Conditions, and Methods [1923] (Washington: The Catholic University of America Press, 1998), pp. vii-xvi.

            “On the Reality of Fantasy,” Tolkien: A Celebration, Edited by Joseph Pearce (London: Fount/HarperCollins, 1999), pp. 67-72.

            “On the Education of Young Men and Women,” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education, Edited by Daniel McInerny (Washington: American Maritain Association/The Catholic University of America Press, 1999), pp. 128-42.

            “Was Maritain a Crypto-Machiavellian?” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism, Edited by Brendan Sweetman (Washington: American Maritain Association/The Catholic University of America Press, 1999), pp. 87-100.

            “Person and Society: John Paul II on Substance and Relation,” Prophecy and Diplomacy: The Moral Doctrine of John Paul II: A Jesuit Symposium, Edited by John Conley and Joseph Koterski (New York: Fordham University Press, 1999), 3-20. 

            “The Natural Restoration of the Angels in the Depths of Evil,” in Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century, edited by Alice Ramos and Marie George (Washington: American Maritain Society/The Catholic University of America Press, 2002), 251-68.


            "The Necessity of Government," The Commonweal, LXI (November 29, 1954). pp. 215-17.

            "The Future of Distributism," The Commonweal, LXII (May 6, 1955). pp. 123-25.

            "Defending the Electoral College," Social Order, 6 (September 1956). pp. 23-25.

            "The Totality of Society: From Justice to Friendship," The Thomist, XX (January, 1957). pp. 1-26.

            "Some Philosophic Aspects of Religion and Culture," The New Scholasticism, XXXI (April, 1957). pp. 209-36.

            "Buber and Huxley: Some Recent Developments in Philosophy," The Month, (London), N. S., V. 19 (February, 1958). pp. 97-101.

            "The Political Philosophy of Reinhold Niebuhr," Thought, XXXIII (Spring, 1958). pp. 62-80.

            "Generalization and Concrete Activity in Natural Law Theory," Archiv fÜr Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie, (Mainz), XLV (Mai, 1959). pp. 161-92.

            "On the Beach: The Limits of Mortality," The Catholic World, 191 (May, 1960). pp. 80-85.

            "Theory in American Politics," Modern Age, 4 (Spring, 1960). pp. 150-59.

            "The Resurrection Today," America, CV (April 1, 1981). pp. 10-13.

            "Government Without Bother," Thought, XXXVI (Summer, 1961). pp. 277-88.

            "The Post-Modern World," The Commonweal, February 23, 1962.

            "Cartesianism and Political Theory," Review of Politics, 24 (April, 1962). pp. 260-82.

            "Mr. Buckley at Santa Clara," The Catholic World, 195 (August, 1962). pp. 275-80.

            "The Abiding Significance of Gnosticism," American Ecclesiastical Review, CXLVII (September, 1962). pp. 164-73.

            "The Responsibilities of Christians to the World," Social Order, 12 (October, 1962). pp. 367-75.

            "The Significance of Post-Aristotelian Thought in Political Theory," Cithara, 3 (November, 1963). pp. 56-79.

            "The Problem of Poverty," World Justice, (Louvain), V (December, 1963). pp. 197-207.

            "Christmas and the World," The Commonweal, LXXIX (December 27, 1963). pp. 389-92.

            "Penance: The Redemption of Sins," Worship, XXXVIII (February, 1964). pp. 133-41.

            "The Meaning of Man: the Hominization of the Universe," Washington, National Council of Catholic Women, November, 1964.

            "The Crisis of Redemption in Modern Literature," Religion-in-Life, 37 (Autumn, 1964). pp. 617-30.

            "Protestantism and Atheism," Thought, XXXIX (December, 1964). pp. 531-58.

            "Ethics and International Relations," World Justice, (Louvain), VI (July, 1965). pp. 462-75.

            "Science and the Scriptural View of the Universe," The Catholic World, 202 (January, 1966). pp. 233-37.

            "Censorship in the Church," XXXIII The Commonweal, (February 24, 1966). pp. 601-03.

            "The Secular City and God," The Catholic World, 199 (October, 1966). pp. 20-31.

            "Religion and War," The Commonweal, LXXXV (November 18, 1966). pp. 193-96.

            "'Wars Will Cease When ...," Worldview, 10 (May, 1967). pp. 9-11.

            "The Beginnings of World War III?" America, 117 (July 1, 1967). pp. 14-17.

            "Christian Political Approaches to Population Problems," World Justice, (Louvain), (#3, l966-67). pp. 301-23.

            "The Revolutionary Hypothesis," The Downside Review, (England), 85 (October, 1967). pp. 419-27.

            "America and the Future," America, (March 23, 1968).

            "The Modern Church and the Totalitarian State," Studies, (Dublin), LVII (Summer, 1968). pp. 113-27.

            "What Is at Stake?" The Month, (London), N. S., V. 40 (October, 1968). pp. 245-51.

            "The Shift to the East: Reflections on the Long-Range Trends in the World Balance of Power," World Justice, (Louvain), X (#1, 1968). pp. 29-53.

            "The Contemporary Crisis and the Will of America," Worldview, 11 (April, 1968). pp. 11-14.

            "The University, Revolution, and Freedom," Studies, (Dublin), LVIII (Summer, 1969). pp. 115-26.

            "The University and the Unhinging of Society," Worldview, 12 (June, 1969). pp. 13-17.

            "The Papacy and Humor," The Month, (London), N. S., V. 42 (September, 1969). pp. 110-20. (Reprinted in The Catholic Mind, LXVII (December, 1969). pp. 19-28).

            "War and the Balance of Power," Vital Speeches, XXXVI (January 15, 1970). pp. 211-17.

            "Peace and 'Hair'," The Month, N. S. 1 (London), (February, 1970). pp. 102-07.

            "Caesar as God," The Commonweal, XLI (February 6, 1970). pp. 505-10.

            "The Urgency and the Waiting," World Justice, (Louvain), XI (#4, 1969-70). pp. 435-59.

            "Back to the Real World," America, 123 (July 11, 1970). pp. 8-10.

            "Spirituality and Politics," Worldview, 13 (July-August, 1970). pp. 12-16.

            "Aspects of a Theology of Play," The Catholic World, 212 (November, 1970). pp. 69-73.

            "On Building Cathedrals and Tearing Them Down," The Catholic World, 212 (March, 1971), pp. 301-06.

            "The Blackening and Bluing of America," Worldview, 14 (February, 1971. pp. 13-15.

            "Ecology: An American Heresy?" America, 124 (March 27, 1971). pp. 308-11. (Summarized in Time, August 23, 1971. pp. 29-30).

            Interviewed by Desmond O'Grady, "Warning: To Be Up-to-Date Is To Be Out-of-Date," U. S. Catholic, XXXVI (August, 197l). pp. 19-25.

            "The End of Sadness and History," The Catholic World, 213 (February, 1971). pp. 222-26.

            "Does the Bell Toll for the Nation-State?" America, 125 (August 7, 1971). pp. 59-63.

            "Of Letters and Encyclicals," Worldview, 14 (July-August, 1971). pp. 5-8.

            "The Conditions of Freedom Revisited," The Commonweal, XLV (October 1, 1971). pp. 9-13.

            "From Politics to Enthusiasm," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXII (October), pp. 22-32; and (November). 1971). pp. 56-66.

            "Men in Search of Glory," University Bookman, 12 (Spring, 1972).

            "The Monastery, the City, and the University," The Commonweal, XCVI (April 8, 1972). pp. 105-10.

            "Where Is the Revolution?" Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 21 (July, 1972). pp. 165-71.

            "The Contemporary Political Significance of India," Worldview, 15 (August, 1972). pp. 32-38.

            "Civic Violence, Public Order, and the Price of Life," Social Justice Review, 65 (September, 1972). pp. 148-52.

            "Some Remarks on the Current Problematic of Theoretic Atheism," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXIII (October, 1972). pp. 58-67.

            "The Context of High School Education: The Next Fifty Years," Vital Speeches, XXXVIII (October 1, 1972). pp. 765-68.

            "'Is There Only Silence?' Some Thoughts on Christianity Outside the West," The Orient, Asian Report, (Manila), December 15, 1972. pp. 23-29.

            "America after the Elections," The Month, (London), N. S. 6 (January, 1973). pp. 11-14.

            "Theology and Politics," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 22 (February, 1973), pp. 16-30.

            "The Faith and the Future," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXIII (April, 1973). pp. 12-18.

            "The 'Yellow Peril' Reconsidered: Unorthodox Considerations on Declining Populations," Vital Speeches, XXXIX (July 15, 1973). pp. 581-86.

            "The Curious Fate of Secularization," SIDIC, Journal

of the Service of Internationale de Documentation Judeo-Chrétienne, (Roma), (#2, 1973). pp. 27-29.

            "Issues of Population and Ecology," American Ecclesiastical Review, 167 (May, 1973). pp. 353-60.

            "A Sad Note on the American Presidency," The Month, (London), N. S. 6 (August, 1973). pp. 268-69.

            "The French Abortion Dossier," The Furrow, (Ireland), 24 (November, 1973). pp. 47-53.

            "Religion and Development: A Minority View," Worldview, 16 (July, 1973). pp. 35-40.

            "The Last Quarter of the Twentieth Century," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 22 (November, 1973). pp. 305-14.

            "Jungle Julie and Other Religious Phenomenon," The Month, (London), N. S. 7 (March, 1974), pp. 511-14.

            "West from El Dorado," Worldview, 17 (January, 1974). pp. 33-38.

            "The Solzhenitsyn Letter," Worldview, 17 (July, 1974). pp. 26-29.

            "Revolution and Conservation in the Christian Social Perspective," Studies, (Dublin), LXIII (Summer, 1974). pp. 153-66.

            "In Praise of a Certain Disinterestedness," Spiritual Life, 20 (Fall, 1974). pp. 179-87.

            "What -- 'Hypothetically or Otherwise' -- Is Happening in Italy?" Worldview, 17 (October, 1974). pp. 22-28.

            "A New Realism," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXV (October, 1974). pp. 6-18.

            "Divorce in Italy," The Month (London), N. S. 7 (September, 1974). pp. 697-70.

            "On the Most Dangerous Virtue," Review for Religious, (November, 1974). pp. 1301-07.

            "Perspectives on the Energy Crisis," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 23 (April, 1974). pp. 69-75.

            "Of God's Jokes, Toys, and Christmas Trees," The University Bookman, XV (Autumn, 1974). pp. 6-10.

            "Privacy and the Public Life of Woman," Child and Family, 13 (#4, 1974). pp. 337-48.

            "The Dubious Existence of Europe," The Commonweal, CII (June 20, 1975). pp. 200-05.

            "The Limits of Law," Communio, II (Summer, 1975). 126-47.

            "Two Value Systems Within Two Nations," The Month, (London), 2d N. S., 7 (November, 1974). pp. 772-73.

            "Christianity and Politics," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXVI (July, 1975). pp. 19-27.

            "The Zenith of the European Peoples," Worldview, 18 (February, 1975). pp. 29-34.

            "On the Teaching of Ancient and Medieval Political Theory," Modern Age, 19 (Spring, 1975). pp. 157-66.

            "Possibilities and Madness: A Note on the Scope of Political Theory," Review of Politics, 37 (April, 1975). pp. 161-74.

            "Political Theory and Political Theology," Laval Théologique et Philosophique, (Quebec), XXXI (Février, 1975). pp. 25-48.

            "The 'Conditional' Right to Life," The Furrow, (Dublin), 26 (August, 1975). pp. 455-61.

            "Interior and Exterior Spirituality," American Ecclesiastical Review, 169 (September, 1975). pp. 490-503.

            "Miscellaneous Principles for Students and Teachers: University Division," Liberal Education, (October, 1975). pp. 378-84.

            "Problems in African Political Philosophy," Worldview, 18 (September, 1975). pp. 6-8.

            "An Italian Communist Encyclical," Worldview, 18 (October, 1975). pp. 19-23.

            "The Re-Emergence of the Mediterranean," Christian Order, (London), 16 (December, 1975). pp. 759-67.

            "On Loneliness and Silence," Supplement to Doctrine and Life, (Dublin), V (#60, 1975). pp. 33-41.

            "On Catholic Social Thought," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 24 (July, 1975). pp. 165-71.


            "Second Thoughts on Natural Rights," Faith and Reason, I (Winter, 1975-76). pp. 44-59. 

            "Bullets, Ballots, and Beliefs in San Francisco," America, 134 (February 21, 1975). pp. 134-37.

            "The Non-Existence of Christian Political Philosophy," Worldview, 11 (April, 1976). pp. 26-30.

            "Italian Communism and 'Revisionism'," America, (April 10, 1976). pp. 312-15.

            "Scenario for a Communist Italy," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 25 (April, 1976). pp. 69-76.

            "On Remaking Man and the World," Spiritual Life, 22 (Summer, 1976). pp. 106-11.

            "On Foxes and Orioles: The Newer Worries of Europe," Worldview, 19 (July-August, 1976). pp. 9-12.

            "Bicentennial: An American Reflects," Christian Order, (London), 17 (July, 1976). pp. 405-18.

            "On the 'Touching' Solution to Violence," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXVII (November, 1976). pp. 24-30.

            "Apocalypse as a Secular Enterprise," Scottish Journal of Theology, 29 (#4, 1976). pp. 357-73.

            "On the Christian Love of Animals," Vital Speeches, XXXXIII (November 15, 1976). pp. 81-86.

            "On the Elimination of Human Freedom," ITEST Conference, St. Louis, October, 1976. pp. 1-10

            "From Catholic 'Social Doctrine' to the 'Kingdom of God on Earth'," Communio, III (Winter, 1976). pp. 284-300. [Reprinted in Readings in Moral Theology, N. 5, Edited by Charles E. Curran and Richard McCormick, (New York: Paulist Press, 1986). pp. 313-330.]

            "On Animals and Men," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 25 (December, 1976). pp. 325-31.

            "Human Destiny and World Population," The Thomist, 41 (January, 1977). pp. 92-104.

            "The Non-Catholic Revival of Catholic Social Thought," The Month, (London), 2d N. S., V. 10 (March, 1977). pp. 93-97.

            "The Future of the Christian Clergy," Vital Speeches, XXXXIII (February 15, 1977). pp. 271-74. [Reprinted in Military Chaplains' Review, (Winter, 1978). pp. 97-104].

            "Population: The Bomb That Will Never Go Off," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXVII (June, 1977). pp. 46-54. [Reprinted in Natural Family Planning, I (Fall, 1977). pp. 279-87].

            "America and Recent Catholic Social Thought," Faith and Reason, III (Spring, 1977). pp. 18-33.

            "Atheism and Politics," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 26 (July, 1977). pp. 165-72.

            "Catholicism and Intelligence: The Reconciliation of the World and Truth," The Clergy Review, (London), LXVII (July, 1977). pp. 258-65.

            "The Sanity of Gilbert Chesterton: An Australian Reminder," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 26 (October, 1977). pp. 261-66.

            "Pope Paul at Eighty," Worldview, 20 (October, 1977). pp. 42-48. [Reprinted in The Catholic Mind, LXXVI (February, 1978). pp. 38-53].

            "On Leaving Rome," The Commonweal, CIV (November 25, 1977). pp. 744-50.

            "Conservatism and Development," Cultures et Développement, (Louvain), IX (#2, 1977). pp. 315-34.

            "The Experience of Hatred," The Way, (London), 17 (October, 1977). pp. 288-300.

            "The Love of Enemies," Spiritual Life, 23 (Winter, 1977). pp. 228-37.

            "On Worship," Worship, 52 (January, 1978). pp. 67-75.

            "The Death of Christ and Political Theory," Worldview, 21 (March, 1978). pp. 18-22.

            "Culture and Human Rights," America, 138 (January 7, 1978). pp. 14-17.

            "An Elite Church?" Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXVIII (March, 1978). pp. 8-14.

            "The Best Form of Government," Review of Politics, 40 (January, 1978). pp. 97-123.

            "The Tax Revolt in the U.S.," The Tablet, (London), 232 (June, 1978). pp. 600-01.

            Three Interviews on Paul VI, Broadcast on NBC, June 4, 11, and 18, 1978. (Printed in Guidelines, USCC, 1011 First Avenue, New York).

            Four Interviews with D. Bransfield on various subjects. Tapes available, Views on the News, Cardinal Communications, Box 34, New London, CT., 06320, July, 1978.

            "Technology and Spirituality," Communio, V (Summer, 1978). pp. 122-34.

            "La transcendance trinitaire dans la spiritualité ignatienne,” Cahiers de Spiritualité Ignatienne, (Quebec), II (Septembre, 1978). pp. 183-90.

            "Population Policies," Respect for Life, Washington, USCC, 1978-79. pp. 30-33.

            "The Distinctiveness of Christianity," New Oxford Review, XLV (September, 1978). pp. 4-6.

            "The Final Legacy of Paul VI," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXIX (November, 1978). pp. 56-6l.

            "Letters and Spiritual Life," The Way, (London), Supplement, #34, (Autumn, 1978). pp. 133-48.

            "Monastery and Home," American Benedictine Review, 29 (December, 1978). pp. 307-19..

            "How to Think about Louise Brown," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 27 (September, 1978). pp. 241-49.

            "On Defining Ourselves into Extinction," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXVIII (August-September, 1978). pp. 66-72.

            "Horizons for Productivity," The Priest, 35 (February, 1979). pp. 10-13.

            "Christian Guardians," The Downside Review, (England), 97 (January, 1979). pp. 1-9.

            "Athletics and Contemplation," The Catholic Mind, LXXVII (February, 1979). pp. 8-10. (Reprinted from The Hoya, Georgetown University.)

            "Christians and Mass Democracy," The University Bookman, XIX (Winter, 1979). pp. 29-33.

            "Anti-Catholic Bias in the United States," The Clergy Review, (London), LXIV (March, 1979). pp. 96-98.

            "The Christian University," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXIX (March, 1979). pp. 17-24.

            "Rethinking the Nature of Government," Modern Age, 23 (Spring, 1979). pp. 158-67.

            "On the Scientific Eradication of Evil," Communio, VI (Summer, 1979). pp. 157-72.

            "The Recovery of Metaphysics," Divinitas, (Roma), XXIII (#2, 1979). pp. 200-19.

            "On the Removal of Christianity," Social Survey, 28 (March, 1979). pp. 37-41.

            "Walking and Jogging," U. S. Catholic, 49 (June, 1979). pp. 18-21.

            "The Primacy of Man: Key to the Social Order," Faith and Reason, I (Spring, 1979). pp. 43-56.


            "The Condition of Catholic Intelligence," New Oxford Review, XLVI (September, 1979). pp. 13-15.


            "On the Rediscovery of Charity," Spiritual Life, 29 (Winter, 1979). pp. 195-203.

            "The Old Testament and Political Theory," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXX (November, 1979). pp. 64-72.

            "Redemptor Hominis: The Amazement of God," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXX (October, 1979). pp. 11-19.

            "The Animal Rights Movement and Christianity," Doctrine and Life, (Dublin), 30 (December, 1979). pp. 656-63.

            "Displacing Damnation: The Neglect of Hell in Political Theory," The Thomist, 44 (January, 1980). pp. 27-44.

            "On Neutralizing a Pope," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXX (March, 1980). pp. 9-21.

            "The Reality of Society in St. Thomas," Divus Thomas, (Piacenza, Italy), 83 (#1, 1980). pp. 13-23.

            "American Political Thought and Practice," Communio, VII (Spring, 1980). pp. 72-89.

            "Unsolicited Advice to Wary Seminarians," The Priest, 36 (April, 1980). pp. 37-40.

            "The Pope and the Faith," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 29 (June, 1980). pp. 145-53.

            "A New Bishop for Strasbourg," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 29 (August, 1980). pp. 197-200.     

            "The Recovery of Permanent Things," Faith and Reason, VII (Spring, 1981). pp. 9-23.

            "Human Rights: The 'So-Called' Judaeo-Christian Tradition," Communio, VIII (Spring, 1981). pp. 51-61.

            "Revelation, Reason, and Politics: Catholic Reflections on Strauss," Gregorianum, (Roma), (Part I, #2, 1981), pp. 348-66; (Part II, #3, 1981). pp. 469-97.

            "On Inquisitors and Pontiffs: Criticizing John Paul II," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXI (June, 1981). pp. 14-24.

            "Political Theory: The Place of Christianity," Modern Age, 25 (Winter, 1981). pp. 26-33.

            "Paths That Lead to Rome," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 30 (May, 1981). pp. 121-26.

            "Central America and Politicized Religion," World Affairs, 144 (Fall, 1981). pp. 125-49.

            "Metaphysics, Theology, and Political Theory," Political Science Reviewer, XI (Fall, 1981). pp. 2-25.

            "The Rarest of All Revolutions: G. K. Chesterton on the Relation of Human Life to Christian Doctrine," American Benedictine Review, 32 (December, 1981). pp. 304-27.

            "Religious Teachings on Economics: Catholicism and the American Experience," This World, I (Winter/Spring, 1982). pp. 7-19. [Reprinted in The Best of This World, Edited by Michael Scully, Lanham, MD.: University Press of America, 1987), pp. 1-13.]

            "On Teaching the Political Thought of Plato," The Classical Bulletin, 58 (February, 1982). pp. 51-55.

            "On Doctrine and Dignity: From Heretics to Orthodoxy," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXII (February, 1982). pp. 16-25.

            "Life and Anti-Life: On the Gift of Being Human," Fidelity, I (April, 1982). pp. 10-14.

            "Luther and Political Philosophy," Faith and Reason, VIII (Summer, 1982). pp. 7-31.

            "Ecclesiastical Wars Over Peace," National Review, XXXIV (June 25, 1982). pp. 757-62.

            "From Compassion to Coercion: The Strange Paths of Contemporary Religious Politics," Vital Speeches, XLVIII (July 15, 1982). pp. 594-99.

            "Religion and National Security," International Security Review, VII (Summer, 1982). pp. 135-54.

            "In Defense of Right and Civilization: Papal Thought on War," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXII (August, 1982). pp. 10-22.

            "Peace, War, Poverty: Some Myths People Swear By," Hillsdale Review, IV (Fall, 1982). pp. 3-8.

            "On the Pertinence of Catholic Intelligence," Center Journal, I (Fall, 1982). pp. 101-18.

            "The Political Consequences," (Nuclear War Debate), Washington Quarterly, 5 (Fall, 1982). pp. 127-32.

            "Religion and Capitalism: On the Spiritual Origins of Wealth," Teaching Political Science, 10 (Fall, 1982). pp. 52-61.

            "The Weakness of Liberation Theology," Social Survey, (Melbourne, Australia), 31 (September, 1982). pp. 229-32.

            "From Poverty to Productivity: The Religious Factor," Agribusiness Worldwide, 3 (August-September, 1982). pp. 1-2,

            "The All-Caring State," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXIII (January, 1983). pp. 25-29.

            "Political Theory, War, and Religion," Catholicism-in-Crisis, I (January, 1983). pp. 19-23.

            "On the Seriousness of Sports, Vital Speeches, XLIX (February 15, 1983). pp. 271-74.

            "Freeze or Freedom: On the Limits of Morality and the Morality of Limits," Vital Speeches, LXIX (May 1, 1983). pp. 429-32.

            "Political Philosophy and Christianity," Center Journal, 2 (Fall, 1983). pp. 47-65.

            "Political Philosophy and Christian Intelligence," Catholicism-in-Crisis, 1 (November, 1983). pp. 26-30.

            "Military and Civil Responsibility for a Just Peace," Vital Speeches, L (November 15, 1983). pp. 70-74.

            "Irish Comments on Nuclear War," Catholicism-in-Crisis, 2 (February, 1984). pp. 7-9.

            "The Family: The Oddest of Institutions," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXIV (March, 1984). pp. 45-52.

            "War and Poverty," Catholicism-in-Crisis, 2 (May, 1984). pp. 33-35.

            "Natural Law in the Medieval Intellectual Context," Modern Age, 28 (Spring/Summer, 1984). pp. 228-36.

            "The Origin and Meaning of Health Care Services." Linacre Quarterly, 51 (May, 1984). pp. 105-13.

            "Immortality and the Political Life of Man in Albertus Magnus," The Thomist, 48 (October, 1984). pp. 535-65.

            "Prayer and Fasting for Bureaucrats," Center Journal, 3 (Fall, 1984). pp. 59-68. [Reprinted from The University Bookman, XXIV (Autumn, 1983). pp. 3-9.] 

            "Abiding Questions in Local Politics," Hillsdale Review, VI (Fall, 1984). pp. 53-57.

            "Machines," Spiritual Life, 30 (Fall, 1984). pp. 169-73.

            "Political Philosophy and Catholicism," Divus Thomas, (Piacenza, Italy), LXXXVII (N. 3, 1984). pp. 153-64.

            "No Men Allowed," Hillsdale Review, VII (Winter/Spring, 1985). pp. 77-80.

            "Religion and War: An Interim Assessment," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXV (May, 1985). pp. 51-59.

            "The Humanities and the `Basis of Excellence'," Center Journal, 4 (Summer, 1985), pp. pp. 67-82.

            "The Bishops' Pastoral on Economics and Social Justice," The Intercollegiate Review, 21 (Fall, 1985). pp. 7-16.

            "Christians and War: Playing God," A Comment on Strauss, Hillsdale Review, VII (Fall, 1985). pp. 29-34.

            "Plotinus and Political Philosophy," Gregorianum, (Roma), 66 (N. 4, 1985). pp. 687-707.

            "'Man for Himself': On the Ironic Unities of Political Philosophy," Political Science Reviewer, XV (Fall, 1985). pp. 67-108.

            "Political Philosophy and Ecclesiastical Economics," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVI (February, 1986). pp. 23-32.

            "Neither a Dogma or a Creed: On the Ideals of the Secular City," Faith & Reason, XII (N. 1, 1986). pp. 26-37.

            "The State and the Sacred," World and I, I (February, 1986). pp. 491-98.

            "Barriers to Bounty," Catholicism-in-Crisis, 4 (April, 1986). pp. 12-16.

            "What Is a Lecture?" University Bookman, XXVI (Spring, 1986). pp. 51-56.

            "The Nature of Evil," Claremont Review of Books, V (Spring, 1986). pp. 10-11.

            "Freedom, Property, and The Servile State, The Chesterton Review, XII (May, 1986). pp. 185-94.

            "Albania's Long Good Friday," Catholic Near East, 12 (Spring, 1986). pp. 4-5.

            "On Devotion," Spiritual Life, 32 (Summer, 1986). pp. 99-104.

            "On 'Liberating' Theology from Christianity: Religious Values and Political Philosophy," Counselling and Values 31 (October, 1986). pp. 40-50.

            "Counter-Liberation," Orbis, 30 (Fall, 1986). pp. 426-32.

            "On Natural Law: Aristotle," Vera Lex, VII (#1, 1987). pp. 11-12.

            "University and Church," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVII (July, 1987). pp. 53-59. Reprinted in Christian Order, 29 (January, 1988). pp. 29-38.

            "Theology, Science, and Political Philosophy," Bulletin: Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology, 18 (April, 1987). pp. 4-7.

            "Human Rights as an Ideological Project," The American Journal of Jurisprudence, 32 (1987). pp. 47-62.

            "On the Relation between Political Philosophy and Science," Gregorianum, 69 (#2, 1988). pp. 205-23. 

            "The Great Culture," University Bookman, XXVIII (#2, 1988). pp. 12-16.

            "Orthodoxy: The Task of Culture," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVIII (June, 1988). pp. 26-30.

            "The Last Medieval Monarchy: Chesterton and Belloc on the Philosophic Import of the American Experience," Faith & Reason, XIV (Summer, 1988). pp. 167-86.

            "Born to Die: The Alternative to Ideology," Catholic Commission on Intellectual and Cultural Affairs, Annual, 1988, pp. 40-50.

            "Intelligence and Academia," International Journal of Social Economics, 15 (#10, 1988). pp. 63-71.

            "Nature and Finality in Aristotle," Laval Théologique et Philosophique, 45 (Février, 1989). pp. 73-85.

            "Albert Camus: Deprived of Grace," World & I, 4 (June, 1989). pp. 543-63.

            "Church and Politics: The Problem of Intellectual Infidelity," Social Justice Review, 80 (July-August, 1989). pp. 113-19.

            "To an Untrained Eye," All About Issues, 11 (November-December, 1989). pp. 16-18.

            "Aristotle on Friendship," The Classical Bulletin, 65 (#3-4, 1989). pp. 83-88.

            "The Person Within: The Foundation of Social Teachings," Seminarium, (Roma), N. S. XXIX (Aprili-Iunio, 1989). pp. 239-45.

            "Regarding the Inattentiveness to Hell in Political Philosophy," Divus Thomas, 92 (#3-4, 1989). pp. 273-79.

            "Dwellers in an Unfortified City: Death and Political Philosophy," Gregorianum, 71 (#1, 1990). pp. 115-39.

            "Ultimate Questions: On Joy, Evil, and Sadness," Spiritual Life, 36 (Spring, 1990). pp. 21-31.

            "What Is Medieval Political Philosophy?" Faith & Reason, XVI (Spring, 1990). pp. 53-62.

            "The Revolution That Is Christianity," Modern Age, 33 (Summer, 1990). pp. 193-200.

            "Never Enough of Nothing to Do": On the Autobiography of G. K. Chesterton," World & I, 8 (August, 1990). pp. 560-73.

            "Modernity and the Demise of Socialism," Georgetown Magazine, Summer, 1990. pp. 12-13.

            "A Meditation on the State of Our Souls," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCI (December, 1990). pp. 10-20.

            "On Living Three Years in New Zealand," Vital Speeches, LVII (July 1, 1991). pp. 571-75.

            "Religion and Politics," Social Justice Review, 82 (July-August, 1991). pp. 111-14.

            "On the Teaching of Political Philosophy," Perspectives on Political Science, 20 (Winter, 1991). pp. 5-10.

            "A Latitude for Statesmanship? Strauss on St. Thomas," The Review of Politics, 53 (Winter, 1991). pp. 126-43.

            “The Law of Superabundance,” (Maritain), Gregorianum, 72 (#3, 1991), 515-42.

            "The Unexpected Encyclical: On the Extraordinary Uniqueness of Centesimus Annus," Social Justice Review, 82 (September-October, 1991). pp. 143-47.

            "The Call Contained in the Being of Things: The Import of John Paul II's Centesimus Annus," Vital Speeches, LVIII (January 15, 1992). pp. 213-17.

            "Dedicated to a Universal Purpose: The Antiquity of the New World," World & I, 9 (April, 1992). pp. 590-609.

            "Life Everlasting," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCII (June, 1992). pp. 15-22.

            "Natural Law and the Law of Nations: Some Theoretical Considerations," Fordham International Law Journal, 15 (#4, 1991-92). pp. 997-1030.

            "American Spirituality," The Living Light, 29 (Fall, 1992). pp. 3-13.

            “On the Pleasure of Walking about Derby,” Social Survey, Melbourne, 41 (February, 1992), 15-21.

            "'On Being Dissatisfied with Compromises': Natural Law and Human Rights," Loyola Law Review (New Orleans), XXXVIII (Summer, 1992). pp. 289-309.

            "On Wasting the Best Years of Our Lives: Christianity Is a Religion of Joy," Vital Speeches, LIX (January 1, 1993). pp. 179-82.

            "The Teaching of Centesimus Annus," Gregorianum, 74 (#1, 1993). pp. 17-43.

            "Transcendent Man in the Limited City: The Political Philosophy of Charles N. R. McCoy," The Thomist, 57 (January, 1993). pp. 63-96.

            "Ludere Est Contemplari: On the Unseriousness of Human Affairs," The American Benedictine Review, 44 (March, 1993). pp. 99-111.

            "Transcendence and Political Philosophy," The Review of Politics, 55 (Spring, 1993), pp. 247-65.

            "Democracy and Religion," The World & I, 8 (March, 1993). pp. 398-417.

            "On 'Abortion on the Way Out'," Social Justice Review, 84 (March/April, 1993). pp. 45-49.

            "The Church Explains Itself: The New Catechism," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCIII (June, 1993). pp. 9-17.

            "Division Not Peace," L'Osservatore Romano, English, July 28, 1993. pp. 9-11.

            "The Importance of Political Philosophy to Catholicism," Louvain Studies, 18 (1993). pp. 56-71.

            "To Teach and Defend: The Intellectual Legacy of Paul VI," Lay Witness, 15 (November, 1993). pp. 1-7.

            "Political Philosophy: Remarks on Its Relation to Metaphysics and Theology," Angelicum, Rome, LXX (1993). pp. 487-503.

            "The Intellectual Context of Natural Law," The American Journal of Jurisprudence, 38 (1993). pp. 85-108.

            "G. K. Chesterton: Journalist," The Chesterton Review, XX (February, 1994). pp. 55-63.

            "The Secular Meaning of 'Veritatis Splendor'," Seminarium, Rome, XXXIV (#1, 1994). pp. 151-62.

            "The Large Family: The Ultimate Counter-Cultural Position," Social Justice Review, 85 (May-June, 1994). pp. 76-79.

            "The Threat Posed by Modern Democracy," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCIV (June, 1994). pp. 31-32, 46-47.

            "Post-Aristotelian Political Philosophy and Modernity," Aufstieg und Niedergang der Romischen Welt, Teil II: Principat, Band 36.7 (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1994). pp. 4902-36.

            "Culture, Multiculturalism, Culture Wars, and the Universal Culture," The Journal of Texas Catholic History and Culture, 5 (1994). pp. 11-24.

            "On the Place of Augustine in Political Philosophy: A Second Look at Some Augustinian Literature," The Political Science Reviewer, XXIII (1994). pp. 128-65.

            "Agenda for the Church," Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Newsletter, 17 (September, 1994). pp. 19-26.

            “Population and the ‘Future of Humanity’,” Social Survey, Melbourne, 43 (October, 1994), 261-66.

            "On the Uniqueness of Socrates," Gregorianum, 76 (#2, 1995). pp. 343-62.

            "The Firefighters' Legacy: Duty and Sacrifice," Vital Speehes of the Day, LXI (April 15, 1995). pp. 395-98.

            "The Role of Christian Philosophy in Politics," The American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, LXIX (#1, 1995). pp. 1-14.

            "The Third Millennium," Fellowship of Catholic Scholars' Newsletter, 18 (April, 1995). pp. 2-13.

            "Baccalaureat Mass Sermon," Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Newsletter, 18 (June, 1995). pp. 27-33.

            "The Mystery of Teachers I Never Met," Modern Age, 37 (Summer, 1995). pp. 336-73.

            "To Know the Things that Are: On What Is Not Given in the American Catholic Academy," Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Newsletter, 18 (September, 1995). pp. 2-9.

            "Liberation Theology: Afterthoughts," Social Justice Review, 86 (September-October, 1995). pp. 143-48.

            "The Right Order of Polity and Economy: Reflections on St. Thomas and the 'Old Law'," Cultural Dynamics, 7 (November, 1995). pp. 427-40.

            "The Natural Law Bibliography," The American Journal of Jurisprudence, 40 (1995). pp. 157-98.

            "Why Good Popes Cause More Difficulty than Bad Popes," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVI (March, 1996). pp. 7-16.

            "What If Catholics Weren't So Wimpy?" New Oxford Review, LXIII (June, 1996). pp. 17-20.

            "The Death of Plato," The American Scholar, 65 (Summer, 1996). pp. 401-15.

            "The 'Good News' Reconsidered," Vital Speeches of the Day, LXII (July 1, 1996). pp. 557-62.

            "Augustine and Machiavelli," Perspectives on Political Science, 25 (Summer, 1996). pp. 117-23.

            "Friendship and Political Philosophy," The Review of Metaphysics, L (September, 1996). pp. 121-41.

            "On the Uniqueness of Catholicism and the Diversity of Religions," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVII (January, 1997). pp. 13-21.

            "The Pope on the Human Person," Dossier, 3 (January/February, 1997), 8-13.


            “Schall on Belloc: On Endurance and Fortitude,” Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly, 20 (Winter, 1997), 2-3.


            "The Political Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas," Perspectives on Political Science, 26 (Spring, 1997), 85-91.

            "On Writing in an On-Line World," Vital Speeches, LXIII (June 1, 1997), 503-07.

            "Confronting the Moral Disorder of Our Time," L'Osservatore Romano, English, 27 August 1997, 8-9.

            "Ratzinger on the Modern Mind," Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVIII (October, 1997), 6-14.

            "Entitlements: Unintended Paradoxes of the Generous State," Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy, 11 (#2, 1997), 467-86.

            "That Government Governs Best Which Governs Least," Vital Speeches LXIV (December 1, 1997), 107-110.

            "Aristotle: Religion, Philosophy, and Politics," Perspectives in Political Science, 27 (Winter, 1998), 5-12.

            "On the Will to Know the Truth: Newman on Why Men of Letters Do Not Believe," Dossier, 4 (January/February, 1998), 30-35.

            "Truth as a Democratic Project," Modern Age, 40 (Winter, 1998), 33-43.

            "Orthodoxy: Chesterton on the 'Delight of Truth,'" Dossier, 4 (May-June, 1998), 17-23.

            "Remarks on Receiving the FCS Cardinal Wright Award," Fellowship of Catholic Scholars' Quarterly, 21 (Spring, 1998), 13-15.

            “Orthodoxy: Chesterton on the Delight of Truth,” Catholic Dossier, 4 (May/June, 1998), 17-23.

            “Jesus the Christ,” Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVIII (July, 1998), 8-17.

            “‘In the Presence of So Wonderful a Thing,’” Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly, 21 (Summer, 1998), 21-22

            "On the Enemies of the Man Who Had No Enemies," Vital Speeches, LXIV (July 15, 1998), 590-95.

            “On Intellectual Poverty,” Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly, 21 (Fall, 1998), 6-11.

            “Liberal Arts Education in a Free Society,” Religion & Liberty, 8 (July/August, 1998), 5-7.

            “On the Most Mysterious of the Virtues: The Political and Philosophical Meaning of Obedience in St. Thomas, Rousseau, and Yves Simon,” Gregorianum 79 (#4, 1998), 743-58.

            “Extra-Curricular Activities: Natural Law for Contemporary Law Students,” Vital Speeches, LXV (December 1, 1998), 106-110.

            “The Church’s Universal Mission,” Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCIX (March, 1999), 8-16.

            “Books and the Intellectual Life,” Vital Speeches, LXV (March 1, 1999), 316-20.

            “The Alternate World,” Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly, 22 (Spring, 1999), 4-8.

            “On Education and Salvation,” Logos, 2 (Spring, 1999), 50-63.

            “Philosophy: Why What Is Useless Is the Best Thing About Us,” Vital Speeches, LXV (August 1, 1999), 628-32.

            “A ‘Catholic’ University Education: A Contradiction or a Competition?” Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCIX (August-September, 1999), 20-27.

            “On the Point of Medieval Political Philosophy,” Perspectives on Political Science, 28 (Fall, 1999), 189-93.

            “Structures of Evil – Structures of Good: On the Centrality of Personal Sin,” Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly, 23 (Winter, 2000), 7-14.

            Fides et Ratio: Approaches to a Roman Catholic Political Philosophy,” The Review of Politics, 62 (Winter, 2000), 49-76.

            “On Teaching and Being Eminently Teachable,” Social Justice Review, 91 (March-April, 2000), 56-59.

            “On Turning Around,” Homiletic and Pastoral Review, C (June, 2000), 29-32.

            “‘Unforseen by the Wise and the Great’” (Tolkien), The Canadian C. S. Lewis Journal, #97, Spring, 2000, 33-39. 

            “A Meditation on Evil,” The Aquinas Review, 7 (#1, 2000), 25-42.

            “On the Paradoxical Place of Political Philosophy in the Structure of Reality,” Perspectives on Political Science, 29 (Fall, 2000), 219-24.

            “On Being Faithful to Revelation,” Homiletic and Pastoral Review, CI (March, 2001), 22-31.

            “Heart of Darkness: On Manicheanism,” National Review – On Line, April 14, 2001, 4 pp.

            “On the Academic Discipline of ‘Political Science,’” Perspectives on Political Science, 30 (Spring, 2001), 69-72.

            “One Culture, After All,” National Review – On Line, June 2, 2001, 6pp.

            “On the Measure and Conservation of Human Things,” Modern Age, 43 (Winter, 2001), 71-78.

            “Alternatives to the Family,” Faith & Reason, XXVI (Spring, 2001), 107-24.

            “On the Justice and Prudence of this War,” Catholic University Law Review, 51 (Fall, 2001), 1-13.

            “Modernity: What Is It?” The Homiletic and Pastoral Review, CII (October, 2001), 15-23.

            The Path to Rome: Belloc’s Walk a Hundred Years Later,” The Canadian C. S. Lewos Journal, #100, Autumn, 2001, 16-24.

            “On the Problem of Philosophic Learning,” Logos, 5 (Winter, 2002), 103-19.

            “What Is the Purpose of ‘This World’?,” The New Oxford Review, LXIX (February, 2002), 20-25.

            “‘Islam Will Not Be the Loser’,” Dossier, 8 (January/February, 2002), 8-14.

            “Catholicism and ‘the Truth of Things,” Homiletic and Pastoral Review, CII (May, 2002), 17-25,

            “On the Sum Total of Human Happiness,” New Blackfriars, 83 (May, 2002), 232-42.

            “What Say You of the Peacock’s Tail?” Vital Speeches, LXVIII (June 1, 2002), 508-12.



            Orthodoxy, by G. K. Chesterton, (Garden City: Doubleday Image, 1973), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXIII (August-September, 1973). p. 89.

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            The Gospel of Peace and Justice, Edited by Joseph Gremillion, (Maryknoll: Orbis, 1976), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXVII (February, 1977). pp. 74-76.

            Beyond Liberalism: Where Relations Grow, by Henry Kariel, in Review of Politics, (1977). pp. 423-26.

            The New China: A Catholic Response, in Worldview, 30 (November, 1977). pp. 47-48.

            Toward a Human World Order, by Gerald and Patricia Mische, (New York: Paulist Press, 1977), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXVIII (December, 1977). pp. 74-77.

            The Militant Gospel, by Alfredo Fierro, (Maryknoll: Orbis, 1977), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXVIII (February, 1978). pp. 73-76.

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            The Life of the Mind: I. Thinking, II. Willing, by Hannah Arendt, (New York: Harcourt, 1978), in Theological Studies, 40 (March, 1979). pp. 204-06.

            The Fulfilled Promise: A Documentary Account of Religious Persecution in Albania, by Gjon Sinishta, (Santa Clara, 1976), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXIX (March, 1979). p. 76.

            Pride and Solace: The Functions and Limits of Political Theory, by Norman Jacobson, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978), in New Oxford Review, XLVI (April, 1979). pp. 22-23.

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            The Abortion Holocaust, by William Brennan, (St. Louis: Landmark Press, 1983), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXIV (January, 1984). pp. 74-78.

            Single Issues: Essays on the Crucial Social Issues, by Joseph Sobran, (New York: Human Life Press, 1983), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXIV (February, 1984). pp. 76-77.

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            The Coercive Utopians, by Real Jean and Eric Isaac, (Chicago: Gateway, 1983), in Freedom-at-Issue, #80 (September/October, 1984). pp. 23-25. 

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            Hilaire Belloc, by An N. Wilson, (New York: Atheneum, 1984), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXV (March, 1985). pp. 74-79.

            The Christian Vision: Man in Society, Edited by L. Morris (Hillsdale), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXV (April, 1985). pp. 74-75.

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            A Historian and His World: A Life of Christopher Dawson, by Christina Scott, (London: Sheed & Ward, 1984), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXV (May, 1985). pp. 77-78.

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            The Great Betrayal, by Nicholas Bethell, (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1984), in Albanian Catholic Bulletin, VI (1985). pp. 88-89.

            The Theology of Freedom: The Legacy of Jacques Maritain and Reinhold Niebuhr, (Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 1985), in Reflections, (St. Paul), (Fall, 1985). p. 23.

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            Bright Lights, Big City, by Jay McInerny, and Less than Zero, by Bret Easton Ellis, in The Guardian, (Georgetown University), May, 1986.

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            How Can We Know?, by A. N. Wilson, (New York: Atheneum, 1985), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVI (June, 1986). pp. 76-78.

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            A Chesterton Anthology. Selected with an Introduction by P. J. Kavanaugh, (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1985), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVI (August-September, 1986), pp. 80-84.

            Human Rights: Fact or Fancy? by Henry Veatch, (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1985), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVI (October, 1986), pp. 73-76. 

            Underdevelopment as a State of Mind, by Lawrence Harrison (Lanham, MD.: The Center for International Affairs, Harvard University and University Press of America, 1985), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVII (April, 1987), pp. 77-78.

            The Moral Dimensions of Politics, by Richard J. Regan, (New York: Oxford, 1986), in International Philosophical Quarterly, XXVII (March, 1987), 114-15.

            Tranquillitas Ordinis: The Present Failure and the Future Promise of American Catholic Thought on War and Peace, by George Weigel, (New York: Oxford, 1987), in Washington Times, May 4, 1987. Reprinted in Social Survey, Melbourne, 36 (May, 1987), 116-18.

            Chance or Reality and Other Essays, by Stanley L. Jaki (Lanham, MD.: University Press of America, 1986), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVII (May, 1987), pp. 76-79.

            Dare to Believe: Addresses, Sermons, Interviews, 1881-84, by Jean-Marie Cardinal Lustiger (New York: Crossroads, 1986), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXVII (May, 1987), pp. 68-70.

            Christians for Freedom: Late Scholastic Economics. By Alejandro A. Chafuen (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1986), 207 pp., in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVIII (October, 1987), pp. 72-74.

            "The Legacy of Lord Acton," Selected Writings of Lord Acton. By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton. Edited by J. Rufus Fears (Indianapolis: Liberty Classics, 1985); Vol. I, Essays in the History of Liberty, 557 pp.; Vol. II, Essays in the Study and Writing of History, 580 pp., in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVIII (December, 1987), pp. 70-75.

            Beyond Modernity: Reflections of a Post-Modern Catholic. By George William Rutler (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1987), 227 pp., in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVIII (February, 1988), pp. 67-69.

            Consent, Coercion, and Limit: The Medieval Origins of Parliamentary Democracy. By Arthur P. Monahan (Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 1987), 345 pp., in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVIII (March, 1988), pp. 78-79.

            Possum and Other Receipts for the Recovery of 'Southern' Being. By Marion Montgomery (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1987), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVIII (March, 1988), pp. 72-74.

            Piety & Politics: Evangelicals and Fundamentalists Confront the World. Edited by Richard John Neuhaus and Michael Cromartie (Washington: Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1987), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVIII (March, 1988), pp. 74-75.

            Theology and Church: A Response to Cardinal Ratzinger and a Warning to the Whole Church. By Juan Luis Segundo, S. J., in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVIII (March, 1988), pp. 77-79.

            The New History and the Old: Critical Essays and Reappraisals. By Gertrude Himmelfarb, in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXVIII (July, 1988), pp. 77-79.

            Christian Love and Just War: Moral Paradox and Political Life in St. Augustine and His Modern Interpreters, by William P. Stevenson, Jr., Macon, GA., Mercer University Press, 1987, in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXIX (December, 1989), pp. 73-74.

            Passage to a Human World: The Dynamics of Creating Global Wealth. By Max Singer, in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXIX (December, 1988), pp. 78-79.

            The Dignity of Man as a Person: Essays on the Christian Humanism of His Holiness John Paul II, by Andrew N. Woznicki, S. Ch., San Francisco, Society of Christ, 1989, in Crisis, 7 (February, 1989), pp. 54-55.

            Banishing God in Albania: The Prison Memoirs of Giacomo Gardin, S. J., in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, LXXXIX (June, 1989), pp. 78-79. 

            "The Acton Legacy," Selected Writings of Lord Acton, Edited by J. Rufus Fears, Indianapolis: Liberty Classics, 1985-88). 3 vols., in Modern Age, 32 (Fall, 1989), pp. 360-64.

            "A Marriage Feast for Philosophy and Theology," Josef Pieper -- An Anthology, San Francisco, Ignatius Press, 1989, in Crisis, 7 (September, 1989), pp. 54-55.

            Poland's Secret Envoy: 1939-45, by George Lerski, New York, Bicentennial Publishing Corporation, 1988, in Catholic Historical Review, January, 1990, p. 160.

            From Alms to Liberation: The Catholic Church, the Theologians, Poverty, and Politics, by Werner Levi, New York, Praeger, 1989, in Catholic Historical Review, April, 1990, p. 323.

            "A Dose of Ethics," Medicine and Christian Morals, by Thomas J. O'Donnell, S. J., Leesburg, VA.: Catholic Home Studies Institute, 1990, in Crisis, 8 (May, 1990), pp. 53-54.

            "Will the Sandinistas Save Both Christianity and Marxism?", Faith and Revolution in Nicaragua: Convergence and Contradictions, by Giulio Girardi, Maryknoll, Orbis Books, 1989, in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XC (June, 1990), pp. 72-76.

            Self-Giving and Sharing: The Trinity and Human Fulfillment, by John Navone, S. J., Collegeville, MI., Liturgical Press, 1989, in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XC (August-September, 1990), pp. 88-89.

            "Ubi Amor, Ibi Oculus," Only the Lover Sings: Art and Contemplation, by Josef Pieper, San Francisco, Ignatius Press, 1990, in Crisis, 8 (December, 1990), pp. 50-51.

            "Socialism or How to Make the Poor Poorer," Faith on the Edge: Religion and Marginalized Existence, by Leonardo Boff, O.F.M., San Francisco: Harper, 1989, in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCI (January, 1991), pp. 76-78.

            "'This Is a Thing that Actually Happened'," The Man Born to Be King, by Dorothy Sayers, San Francisco, Ignatius Press, 1990, in Crisis, 9 (January, 1991), pp. 51-53.

            "The Primacy of Worship," In Search of the Sacred: Contributions to an Answer, by Josef Pieper, San Francisco, Ignatius Press, 1990, in Crisis, 9 (May, 1991), pp. 48-49.

            "Not Accustomed to Interference," The Church: Pilgrim of Centuries, by Thomas Molnar, Grand Rapids, MI., Eerdmans, 1990, in Crisis, 9 (July-August, 1991), pp. 48-51.

            "Liberation Theology's Downfall," Religion and Politics in Latin America: Liberation Theology and Christian Democracy, by Edward A. Lynch, New York: Praeger, 1991, in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCII (December, 1991), pp. 76-78.

            "The Luminous Domain of Human Action," A Brief Reader on the Virtues of the Human Heart, by Josef Pieper, San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1991, in Crisis, 10 (February, 1992), pp. 41-42.

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            "A Clerical Reading," To Hunt, To Shoot, to Entertain: Clericalism and the Catholic Laity, San Francisco, Ignatius, 1993, in Crisis, 12 (March, 1994), pp. 48-50.

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            Peter Kreeft, C. S. Lewis in the Third Millennium (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1994), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCV (June, 1995), pp. 74-79.

            Susan Orr, Jerusalem and Athens: Reason and Revelation in the Works of Leo Strauss (Lanham, MD.: Rowman & Littlefield, 1995), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVI (January, 1996), pp. 74-76.

            Joseph Pieper, Divine Madness: Plato's Case against Secular Humanism (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1995), in Crisis, 14 (May, 1996), pp. 48-49.

            Joseph Owens, Human Destiny: Some Problems for Catholic Philosophers (Washington: The Catholic University of America Press, 1985), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVI (May, 1996), pp. 72-74.

            Michael Warner, Changing Witness: Catholic Bishops and Public Policy (Washington: Ethics and Public Policym Center/Eerdmans, 1995), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVI (May, 1996), pp. 78-79.

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            Jean Lacouture, The Jesuits: A Multibiography (New York: Counterpoint, 1995), in Crisis, 15 (January, 1997), pp. 46-47.

            Brendan M. Purcell, The Drama of Humanity: Towards a Philosophy of Humanity in History (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1996), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVII (February, 1997), pp. 74-74.

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            Jean Bethke Elshtain, Augustine and the Limits of Politics (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1996), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVII (June, 1997), p. 74.

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            Scott M. P. Reid, Bitter Trial: Evelyn Waugh and John Cardinal Heenan on Liturgical Changes (Curdridge, Hants.: The Saint Austin Press, 1996), Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVII (August/September, 1997), pp. 81-82

            Michael D. O'Brien, Strangers and Sojourners: A Novel (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1996), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVIII (October, 1997), 77-78.

            Daniel Mahoney, DeGaulle: Statesman, Grandeur, and Modern Democracy (Westport, CT.: Praeger, 1996), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVIII (November, 1997), 70-71.

            Jerome Hanus and Peter W. Cookson, Jr., Choosing Schools: Vouchers and American Education (Lanham, MD.: University Press of America, 1996), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVIII (November, 1997), 69-70.

            David Walsh, The Growth of the Liberal Soul (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1997), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVIII (December, 1997), 72-74,

            Julian L. Simon, The Ultimate Resource 2 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVIII (January, 1998), 70-71.

            Robert Sokolowski, The God of Faith and Reason: Foundations of Christian Theology (Washington: The Catholic University of America Press, 1997), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVIII (February, 1998),71-72.

            Paul Marshall and Lela Gilbert, Their Blood Cries Out: The World-Wide Tragedy of Modern Christians Who Are Dying for Their Faith (Dallas: Word, 1997), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVIII (February, 1998), 75-78.

            William A. Wallace, The Modeling of Nature: Philosophy of Science and Philosophy of Nature in Synthesis (Washington: The Catholic University of America Press, 1997), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVIII (March, 1998), 78-79.

            Robert Song, Christianity and Liberal Society (Oxford: Clarendon, 1997), in Studies in Christian Ethics, 11 (#2, 1998), 148-51.

            Philip Trower, A Danger to the State (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1997), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCVIII (August-September, 1998), 83-85.

            Encyclopedia of Catholic Doctrine, Edited by Russell Shaw (Huntington, IN.: Our Sunday Visitor Press, 1997), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCIX (October, 1998), 73-75.

            Patrick Glynn, God: The Evidence (Rocklin, CA.: Prima Publishers, 1997), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCIX (January, 1999), 75-77.

            Catherine Pickstock, After Writing: On the Liturgical Consummation of Philosophy (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1998), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCIX (February, 1999), 67-69.

            Thomas Baker and Timothy W. Floyd, Editors, Can a Good Christian Be a Good Lawyer: Homilies, Witnesses & Reflections (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1998), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCIX (February, 1999), 76-78.

            John Navone, Enjoying God’s Beauty (Collegeville, MN.: Liturgical Press, 1999), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, XCIX (August-September, 1999), 83-85.

            Cornelius Michael Buckley, When Jesuits Were Giants (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1999) in AD2000 (Melbourne), September, 1999, 14-15.

            Michael Novak and Jana Novak, Tell Me Why: A Father Answers His Daughter’s Questions about God (New York: Pocket Books, 1998), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, C (October, 1999), 72-74.

            Robert Royal, Dante Alighieri: Divine Comedy, Divine Spirituality (New York: Crossroad, 1999), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review C (December, 1999), 75-77.

            Eric Voegelin, Hitler and the Germans, Edited by Detley Clemens and Brandon Purcell, Vol. 31, Collected Works (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1999), in Perspectives in Political Science, 29 (Winter, 2000), 33-34.

            J. Budziszewski, How to Stay Christian in College: An Interactive Guide to Keeping the Faith (Colorado Springs, CO.: NAV Press, 1999), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, C (March, 2000), 78-79.

            Josef Cardinal Ratzinger, Many Religions – One Covenant (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1999), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, C (April, 2000), 78-79.

            George Weigel, Witness to Hope: The Biography of John Paul II (New York: Harper/Collins, 1999), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, C (May, 2000), 68-71.

            Peter Augustine Lawler, Postmodernism Rightly Understood: The Return to Realism in

American Thought (Lanham, MD.: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, C (May, 2000), 71-73.

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            Thomas C. Peters, The Christian Imagination: G. K. Chesterton and the Arts (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2000), in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, CI (December, 2000), 76-78.

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            "Something Worse than Murder," Washington Star, April 18, 1981.

            "On South Africa," Washington Star, April 28, 198l.

            "Cross and Crisis in Latin America," Los Angeles Times, June 14, 1981.

            "On El Salvador," Santa Cruz Sentinel, August 5, 1981.

            "What Is Innocent Life?" New Oxford Review, December, 1981.

            "'If I Were a God Making a Planet...," Wall Street Journal, December 15, 1981.

            "Church Protest on Nuclear War," Los Angeles Times, January 13, 1982.

            "The 'Fair' Face of the Servile State," Wall Street Journal, February 24, 1982.

            "On War," St. Louis Review, March 11, 1982.

            "Humanities and Indian Economics," Wall Street Journal, May 19, 1982.

            "Dubious African Notions," South, (London), June, 1982.

            "Bearing the Burden on the Draft," San Francisco Chronicle, July 8, 1982.

            "Nuclear Arms and Peace," Los Angeles Times, July 20, 1982.

            "Response to 'Day H Bomb Hit San Jose'," San Jose Mercury-News, August 14, 1982.

            "Response to the Nuclear Freeze," Santa Cruz Sentinel, August 15, 1982.

            "Culture Must Transcend Politics," Wall Street Journal, August 31, 1982.

            "The US and Europe, The Tablet, (London), November 27, 1982.

            "Social Costs," Christian Science Monitor, December 1, 1982.

            "On Questioning Bishops' Views," St. Louis Globe-Democrat, December 8, 1982.

            "On Yuri Andropov," Wall Street Journal, December 20, 1982.

            "Why We Need Boundaries," San Jose News, January 3, 1983.

            "Another Tradition," St. Louis Review, February 25, 1983.

            "Religion and Politics Meet in the Person," Wall Street Journal, April 1, 1983.

            "The Cost of Morality Is Civilization Itself," New York Times, May 15, 1983,

            "Food and Hunger," Memphis Commercial-Appeal, May 24, 1983.

            "The Bob Jones Decision," St. Louis Review, June 10, 1983.

            "Sakharov, the Soviets, and Reagan," San Jose Mercury-News, August 2, 1983.

            "Is Life So Dear?" Wall Street Journal, October 19, 1983.                                   

            Pope and Bishop," St. Louis Review, December 9, 1983.

            "Nuclear War," Commentary, December, 1983, p. 8.

            "Nuclear Deterrence," San Francisco Examiner, December 27, 1983.

            "Keeping the Peace in the Schools, Wall Street Journal, January 6, 1984.

            "Danger in Nuclear Diplomacy," Universitas, St. Louis University, Spring, 1984.

            "Russia," The Economist, (London), March 27, 1984.

            "Contemplative Living," San Francisco Examiner, March 22, 1984.

            "Moral Confusion," Christian Century, May 9, 1984, p. 501.

            "Liberation Theology and Ungodly Enslavement," Wall Street Journal, September 14, 1984.

            "Belated Rise of the Religious 'Right'," Washington Times, October 22, 1984,

            "Our Egalitarian Hierarchs," Wall Street Journal, November 26, 1984.

            "Certainty in Politics," The Economist, (London), May 25, 1985.

            "The Choice: Civic Courage or Paralysis," Wall Street Journal, May 2, 1986.

            "Duped by Sandinistas," Washington Post, May 19, 1986.

            "Toward Totalitarianism," The New York Times, December 6, 1986.

            "Real Peace," Policy Review, 39 (Winter, 1987), pp. 87-77.

            "A Proud Day," The New York Times, July 17, 1989.

            "China and the Tiananmens to Come," The Wall Street Journal, July 17, 1989.

            "Snippets Indeed! It Was Propaganda," The Wall Street Journal, July 1, 1991.


            "The Study of Politics," The Foghorn, University of San Francisco, December 13, 1974. (Reprinted in News for Teachers of Political Science, APSA, Fall, 1975).

            "Africa Needs Know-How," National Catholic Register, May 9, 1975. p. 9.

            "The Spirituality of Vladimir Soloviev," Know Your Faith Series, USCC, September 28, 1978. Syndicated Distribution.

            "What We See Is Part of What We Are," The Hoya, Georgetown University, November 10, 1978.

            "The Spirituality of Patriarch Athenagoras," Know Your Faith Series, USCC, October 9, 1978. Syndicated Distribution.

            "On Religious Holidays," The Hoya, Georgetown University, November 10, 1978.

            "The Spirituality of Gandhi," Know Your Faith Series, USCC, December 21, 1978.

            "Gays at Georgetown: Another View," The Hoya, February 9, 1979.

            "On Teaching Plato," Wet Ink & Pied type, Georgetown University, March, 1979.

            "Know What Your Giving Will do," Washington Star, April 10, 1979.

            "New Prayer Policy," The Hoya, Georgetown University, September 21, 1979.

            "What a Student Owes His Teacher," The Hoya, October 31, 1980. (Reprinted in The Guardian, Georgetown University, September, 1986)

            "Where Was Augustine When We Needed Him?" Washington Star, January 29, 1981.

            "Priests as Revolutionaries: Religion as Power Politics," Washington Star, March 27, 1981.

            "Schall's Obscure Intellectual Principles: An Earth of Nations," The Hoya, Georgetown University, October 22, 1982.

            "The 'Choice' of Enemies: On Life and the Defence of Life," Life Report, (Maryland), January, 1983.

            "Grades Are More than Just Marks," The Hoya, (Georgetown University), February 25, 1983.

            "The German Lay Catholic Statement on War," The Wanderer, March 17, 1983.

            "Spiritual Roots and Politics," The Guardian, (Georgetown University), December, 1983.

            "Discussion," in Are World Population Trends a Problem? (Washington: American Enterprise Institute, 1985). pp. 34-35.

            "Another Sort of Learning," The Guardian, November, 1985.

            "On Cuss-Words," Georgetown Guardian, February, 1986.

            "The Closing of the American Mind," The Voice, October 15, 1987. Reprinted in Social Survey, Melbourne, 36 (October, 1987), 266-68.

            "Conversations about Ultimate Questions," Interview, with Heather Roach, The Georgetown Voice, October 19, 1989, p. 14.

            "Truth and the College of Your Choice," The Academy, II (November, 1990). pp. 8-9.

            "In the Aftermath of G. U. Choice: What Are We Doing Here?" The Academy, II (May, 1991). pp. 10-11.

            "On the Pleasure of Walking about Derby," (Phi Beta Kappa Lecture, 1991), The Academy, III (November, 1991). pp. 8, 10-11.

            "Why Do Priests Teach?" The Academy, IV (September, 1992), 7, 11.



Regular Monthly Columns, under the heading, "Sense and Nonsense," Published in Crisis             (formerly Catholicism-in-Crisis), (1814 ½ “N” St., N. W., Washington, D. C., 20036).

"Transcendence," December, 1983. pp. 26-27.

1984, Vol. 2

"On Being Sought," January, 1984. pp. 34-35.

"On Conversation and Companionship," February. pp. 31-32.

"On Fixed Prayer and the Freeing of Devotion," March. pp. 42-43.

"Inward and Outward Spirituality," April. pp. 53-54.

"On Spirituality and Sports," May. pp. 51-52.

"Rain," June. pp. 52-53.

"Leo Strauss on Prayer," July. pp. 46-47.

"On Fishing and Things," September. pp. 46-47.

"Gratitude," October. pp. 55-56.

"On Fellowship, the 'Baby Jesus', and the Incarnation," December. pp. 41-42.

1985, Vol. 3.

"On Practicing What We Preach," January. pp. 47-48.

"On Sitting Down and Waiting," February. pp. 46-47.

"Doubting and Believing," March. pp. 30-31.

"On Its Being Already Tomorrow in Australia, April. pp. 41-42.

"Radiance," May. p. 33.

"On Bishops and Pale Young Curates," June. pp. 38-39.

"The Southern Epitaph," July. pp. 47-48.

"Can the Best Get Better?" September. pp. 43-44.

"No Matter Where You Go," October. pp. 39-40.

"On the Meditative World of Eric Voegelin," November. pp. 38-39.

"The Real Miracle," December. pp. 39-30.

1986, Vol. 4.

"The Mystery of Bow Ties," January. pp. 34-35.

"Humanism and Historicism," February. pp. 43-44.

"Good Lord, Deliver Us," March. pp. 51-52.

"Gnostic Catholicism," May. pp. 56-57.

"A Good Answer," June. pp. 51-52.

"In the Shining Light, Destroy Us," July/August. pp. 43-44.

"On Teaching Us about God," September, pp. 50-51.

"The Truest Philosophy," October, p. 59.

"Augustine for the Ages," November, pp. 51-52.

"Fighting for Christmas," December, pp. 41-42.

1987, Vol. 5.

"On Flattery," January, pp. 42-43.

"Dull and Dry on Campus,"pp. 43-43. [Reprinted in the Washington Times, March 24, 1987.]

"Angels," pp. 35-36.

"In Grace, Perpetual Novelty," April, pp. 57-58.

"The Partisans of Excellence," May, pp. 51-52.

"Extraordinary Enough to Be Exciting," June, pp. 59-60.

"The Tracts on Tyranny," July/August, pp. 57-59.

"Redemption," September, pp. 40-41.

"On Being Sheared," October, 6-7.

"What to Say of a Great Thing," November, pp. 16-17.

"Sane and Glad," December, pp. 43-44.

1988, Vol. 6.

"Who Will Sell Us Real Beer?" January, pp. 47-48.

"On the Platonic Lie," February, pp. 42-43.

"Keeping the Old Religion," March, pp. 39-40.

"The Pleasure of Meeting in Heaven," April, pp. 43-44.

"Empty Churches," May, pp. 42-43.

"No Imaginable Circumstances," June, pp. 42-43.

"The Ultimate Absurdity," July/August, pp. 40-41.

"Supralapsarianism," September, pp. 42-43.

"Why the Rosary?" October, pp. 38-39.

"Sitting with the Chickens," November, pp. 38-39.

"Beloved People at Home," December, pp. 44-45.

1989, Vol. 7.

"John Paul II at the University of Bologna," January, pp. 46-47.

"Speechless in the Presence of God," February, pp. 40-41.

"The Man Upstairs," March, pp. 37-38.

"What Resurrection?" April, pp. 41-42.

"The Preacher's Wisecracks," May, pp. 45-46.

"In Search of Nobody," July-August, pp. 48-49.

"A Technological Mind," September, pp. 44-45.

"Good Grief!" October, pp. 41-42.

"The Hallmark of Truth," November, pp. 43-44.

"On the Nature of Christmas Gifts," December, pp. 46-47.

1990, Vol. 8.

"On My One-Eyedness," January, pp. 40-41.

"The Lure and Lore of Popcorn," February, pp. 37-38.

"Just Call Me 'Sam'," March, pp. 43-44.

"James Baker's Prayer Breakfast," April, pp. 38-39.

"On Professors and Students," May, pp. 36-37.

"Our Fragile World," June, pp. 40-41.

"Whose Mass Is It?" July-August, pp. 35-37.

"The Mystery of God's Grace," September, pp. 40-41.

"The Strangest Century," October, pp. 39-40.

"The Pure and Cold Air that Befits All Hallows Day," November, pp. 43-44.

"The Dawning of the Grace of God," December, pp. 42-43.

1991, Vol. 9.

"On Where the Other Foot Is," January, pp. 41-44.

"On Making Welcome," February, pp. 40-41.

"'Cause Wars Make History," March, pp. 42-43.

"Admitted to Eternal Joys," April, pp. 44-45.

"No Point to the Happiness of Angels," May, pp. 38-39.

"Truth, Bitter and Glorious," June, pp. 39-40.

"Harsh Principles of Justice," July-August, pp. 43-45.

"Used Books," September, pp. 38-40.

"'Speak, So That I May See You'," October, pp. 38-39.

"Albertus Magnus," November, pp. 41-42.

"To Understand Better All the Whys," December, pp. 39-40.

1992, Vol. 10.

"The Alphabet of Gratitude," January, 44-46.

"Government in a Perfect Society," February, 41-43.

"On the Reality of Fantasy," March, 42-44.

"No Light Sorrow," April, 1992, 40-42.

"Gnosticism Reconsidered," May, 41-43.

"The Point of Human Existence," June, 43-45.

"The Craftsman," July-August, 48-50.

"The Horizontal Man," September, 43-44.

"An Apocalyptic Election," October, 43-45.

"The Day of the Dead," November, 43-45.

"Grace Has Appeared," December, 44-45.

1993, Vol. 11.

"On Hearing Dvorak's 'Stabat Mater'," January, 43-45.

"'Pensées' Pour le Temps Penitential," February, 39-41.

"'Le Catéchisme de l'Eglise Catholique," March, 42-43.

"On Making Sense of the Universe," April, 47-48.

"On Never Reaching Canada," May, 49-50.

"The Begging Industry," June, 44-45.

"'Humanae Vitae after Twenty-Five Years," July/August, 48-49.

"On Teaching," September, 49-50.

"The Marlin Factor in New York," October, 49-50.

"Adoremus in Aeternum," November, 49-50.

"An Admirable Exchange," December, 47-48.

1994, Vol. 12.

"Things We May Not Have Noticed," January, 61-62.

"On Horace," February, 60-62.

"On Being Greatly Pleased," March, 61-62.

"Surrexit Enim, Sicut Dixit," April, 62-63.

"On a New Kind of Courage," May, 62-63.

"The Right Question," June, 62-63.

"On a Glory that Does Not Fade," July-August, 61-62.

"This Government, This Citizen," September, 61-62.

"Scott Walter -- an Appreciation," October, 60-62.

"On the Loneliest Month," November, 59-50

"At a Christmas Eve Mass," December, 60-62.

1995, Vol. 13.

"A Saint's Freedom," January, 59-61.

"On First Reading the Holy Father's New Book," February, 60-62.

"Lenten Thoughts, 1995, March, 60-62.

"Resurrection & Original Sin," April, 60-62.

"Falling Down on M Street," May, 57-58.

"On Breakfast," June, 59.

"Ken and Able," July, 57-58.

"John Joseph Schall," September, 59.

"On Having Nothing to Say," October, 59.

"The Great Dance," November, 59.

"The Nativity of Our Lord," December, 56.

V. 14, 1996.

"No Patience for Divisions," January, 58.

"The Dangerous Truth," February, 58.

"Misunderstood Man," March, 58.

"Souls and Bodies," April, 58.

“Blessed Order,” June, 58.

"Too Much Pity,", July/August, 58.

"Sanitized Sermons," September, 59.

"Apocalyptic Election, II, October, 59.

"Goodbye, Without Regret," November, 59.

"The Faintest Clue," December, 59.

Vol. 15, 1997.

"The Art of the Insult," January, 59.

"Sadness in Poland," February, 59.

"Did Schall Evolve?", March, 59.

"Eastertide," April, 59.

"Centesimus Sextus Annus," May, 59.

"Personal Sin and Social Sin," June, 59.

"The Greening of Eden," July/August, 57.

"Satanism," September, 58.

"In the Capital of Modernity," October, 58.

"Comment on John Paul II," November, 18, 62.

"God's Holiness in History," December, 59.

Vol. 16, 1998

"Schall at Seventy," January, 56.

"On Pens and Pencils," February, 57.

"Lost Faith," March, 57.

"The Resurrection of the Body," April, 59.

"On Praying in Public," May, 57.

"Principles of the American Experiment," June, 59.

"On the Bug in the Window," July/August, 59.

“Priestly Greetings,” September, 59.

“Citeaux: The Divine Splendor and Glory,” October, 59.

“To a Calm and Cheerful Frame of Mind,” November, 57.

“Te Deum Laudamus,” December, 59.

Vol. 17, 1999

“On Forgiveness,” January, 59.

“Quiet Divisions,” February, 59.

“The Ultimate Truth about Human Life,” March, 59.

“The Sacred Polis,” April, 58.

“Our Regime,” May, 59.

“On the Fatherhood of God,” June, 59.

“Wrestling with Time,” July-August, 58.

“Lies: Consecrated and Damned,” September, 58.

“Freely Giving,” October, 59.

“On Pet Guardians in San Francisco,” November, 58.

“Our Time,” December, 57-58.

V. 18, 2000

“On Poverty,” January, 58.

“The End of All Things, February, 56.

“Apocalyptic Chinese Music,” March, 57.

“Resurrection,” April, 59.

“Order of Truth,” May, 59.

“The Mystery of Gifts,” June, 59.

“Original Sin,” July-August, 59

“Schall’s Very Own Religion,” September, 59.

“What’s Your Name?” October, 59.

“The Ultimate Truth,” November, 63.

“The Worst Punishment,” December, 63.

V. 19, 2001

“Not the End of the World,” January, 63.

“Feelings, Nothing More than Feelings,” February, 62.

“Idolatry,” March, 63.

“At Play in the Fields of the Lord,” April, 63.-

“Global Illusions,” May, 63.

“How the Rich Can Be Virtuous,” June, 63.

“Loving the Right Things,” July/August, 63.

“Following St. Paul,” September, 63.

“Our Personal Philosophy,” October, 63.

“Love and Dogma,” November, 63.

“The Yuletide Spirit,” December, 63.

Vol. XX, 2002

“Reading at Mass,” January, 63

“The Garden of Evil,” February, 63.

“The Right to Be Obese,” March, 63.

“Mass and Creed,” April, 63.

“The Exciting Task,” May, 63.

“Wealth and Giving It Away,” 63.

“Even More Rights,” July/August, 63.


Columns Appearing in The Catholic Register, National Canadian Catholic Newspaper, 67                         Bond Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5B 1X6.


"Christian Intelligence Meets a Secular Age," October 23.


"Economic and Religious Orders Are Distinct," March 12.

"Soviet Scientist (Sakharov)," April 9.

"Encounter with God," June 25.

"European Prelates," October 22.

"Arms Race: Legitimate and Illegitimate Force," December 3.


"Academic Freedom in a Democratic Society," January 7.

"The French Bishops on War and Peace," January 21.

"Language in 1984," March 17.

"New York Archbishop," April 14.

"Poverty and War," May 19.

"Some Ideas on Life," September 22.

"Letter on Liberation Theology," November 3.

"More Subtle Challenge," December 8.


"Analysis of Poverty," January 12.

"Secular Ideology," March 16.

"Basics in Faith," May 4.

"The Pope Stands Alone," June 1.

"Ratzinger Challenge," September 21.

"'On What the Bishops Are Supposed to Excel'," October 26.


"Most Population Theorists Anti-Growth," January 18.

"When the State Decides Right and Wrong," February 15.

"Public Policy and Redemptive Suffering," March 22.

"Why Conversions Have Decreased," May 3.

"Bringing 'New Spirit' into the Church," May 17.

"Public Policy and Abortion Law," June 7.


Columns Appearing in The Monitor, (441 Church St., San Francisco,   CA., 94114).


"The Pardon and What It Means to the Country," October 3.

"A Few Mad Words About Dogs and Cats," October 24.

"Trained Personnel in Controlled Surroundings," November 14.

"The Abolition of Christmas," December 26.


"What Ought We to Have Studied in School?", January 2.

"I Don't Think Women Have Rights," January 9.

"Notes Taken While Touring Through Africa," February 6.

"The Largest City in Africa -- and the Oldest," February 25.

"The Hans Kung Affair," March 6.

"Winter Beaches on Italy's Costal Shores," March 13.

"On Visiting Rome During the Holy Year," April 10.

"On Exorcising Soccer Fields in Borgosesia," April 24.

"Some Last Words about Vietnam," May 29.

"President Ford's Visit to Pope Paul," July 3.

"The 8:05 Coffee Break in Washington," July 10.

"The Rare China Exhibit in San Francisco," August 28.

"Let the Buyer Beware at All Times," September 18.

"And When Comes the Revolution?" October 30.

"Some Thoughts on Innocence in General," December 18.


"The Roman Forum on a Winter Afternoon," March 25.

"Vienna in the Winter," May 6.

"The Sermon of Cardinal Gibbons," May 13.

"The Problem of Starvation in the World Today," June 3.

"The Italian Elections," June 17.

"Can Catholics Be Democrats in 1976?" July 22.

"Visiting a Small City in Wisconsin," August 19.

"Attending Sunday Services in Glide Memorial," August 26.

"The Fall Semester: In Vino Veritas," September 23.

"On Giving One's Right Arm," October 7.

"The Divine Office Has Something for Everyone," October 11.

"Abortion Really Is an Issue," October 28.

"St. Justin's on Homestead Road," November 11.

"Frank Sheed's Recent Talk at USF," December 2.

"The Hired Womb of the Test-Tube Mother," December 16.

"No Crime and Little Punishment," December 30.


"Peace Begins Within You ... and You," January 6.

"Brother Bob Griffin Keeps Us Sane," January 13.

"A Touch of Vanity," February 3.

"The Serra Club in Modesto," February 17.

"From a Benedictine Abbey in Kansas," March 3.

"Roots: The Catholic Lesson," March 17.

"Everything Immediately and More...," March 24.

"The Papal Audience: there Are Three Kinds," March 31.

"Figs on Friday and Other Delicacies," April 13.

"On Irish Named Clerics for Women Clerics," April 28.

"Genoa: City of Steps and Ships," May 19.

"In Defense of Tom and Jerry," May 27.

"Reading at Table Could Start a New Trend," June 9.

"Is There a Content to Christianity?" June 23.

"Last Days in Rome," July 28.

"The Governor and the Archbishop," August 11.

"And Back to San Francisco," September 1.

"The Russian Exhibit at the de Young Museum," September 22.

"Faculty Unions and Religious Universities," October 13.

"Bing Crosby -- He Gave Us Laugher and Song," October 20.

"On Voluntarily Sterilizing Our Minds," November 17.

"The Ironies of Protecting the Unborn," December 1.

"Bias in Many Areas of Life," December 22.


"God According to 'O God'," January 12.

"Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind," January 19.

"On Moving from San Francisco," February 16.

"My Welcome to Washington: Cold and Rainy," March 2.

"Looking at Lent -- Russian Style," March 23.

"Some Post-Lenten Reading," April 13.

"A Visit to Wernersville, Pennsylvania," May 11.

"Harper's, the Churches, and the Human Comedy," June 1.

"Modern Telephone Etiquette," June 15.

"Mary Concannon," July 6.

"California, the Greatest, and the Wicked World," July 20.

"The Sons of the Pioneers," August 3.

"The Two Hundred and Sixty-Second Pope," August 17.

"On Elegant Handwriting," September 7.

"California -- Love It or Export It," September 21.

"On Banning UC from Livermore," October 5.

"Czechoslovakia," October 19.

"The Two Hundred and Sixty-Third Pope," November 2.

"Two-Day Old Newspapers," November 16.

"Ten Books," December 14.


"The Polish Pope," January 4.

"Interiors," January 18.

"One Shelf of Christianity," February 1.

"On Apologizing to the Medical Profession," February 15.

"On the Practicality of One Green Sock," March 1.

"On Libraries and Lollipops," March 15.

"Worthless Except for Baptizing," March 29.

"Governor and Mayor Visit Washington," April 12.

"Liturgy and the 'Deer Hunter'," May 10.

"The Anti-Nuclear Rally," May 24.

"Roykoizing California," June 7.

"San Francisco's Self-Questioning," June 21.

"Graduating with Chaucer's Nuns," July 5.

"Ice Age Art," Part I, August 9; Part II, August 16.

"The BART Strike," August 30.

"Who, Then, Is Guilty?" September 6.

"Thunder and Lightning," September 20.

"Priests as Politicians," October 4.

"Jan Karski," October 18.

"John Paul II in America," November 1.

"On Reducing Unemployment," November 15.

"Frankenstein in the Library," December 13.

"Saving Religion from Itself," December 27.


"Me and the Me Decade," January 10.

"From Murphy's Law to Carter's," January 24.

"McClosky's Religion," February 7.

"The New McCarthyism," February 21.

"Religion, Cult, and Science," March 6.

"Shock Treatments," April 3.

"Government by Non-Government," March 20.

"The Shockley Breed and Brood," April 17.

"Marvelous Title for a Small Book," May 1.

"Being There with Superman," March 29.

"The Two NCR's," June 12.

"Spring in Washington, June 19.

"Jarvis II and Catholic Social Thought," July 3.

"The Persistence of Abortion on Demand," July 17.

"First Communion," July 31.

"Blessing Castro's Cuba," (in The Catholic Standard, Washington,      July 31).

"Sounds in San Francisco," August 14.

"The Santa Clara Valley," September 4.

"On Converts and Dropouts," September 11.

"High School Reunion," (in National Catholic Register, Los      Angeles, September 21).

"The Social Teachings of John Paul II," September 25.

"Religious Freedom: Beware the 'Golden' Rule," October 9.

"Post Toasties," (in The Catholic Standard, Washington, October        16).

"On War," October 23. (Reprinted in the Congressional Record,         December 20, 1982).

"Archbishop May's Straight-Talk," November 6.

"Secular Humanist Fundamentalism," November 20.

"Harvey Wojtyla," December 4.

"On Believing and Not-Believing," December 18.


"Casti Connubii Revisited," January 1.

"Audiences and Congregations," January 15.

"Japanese Reflections," January 29.

"The Planned Parenthood Advertizement," February 12.

"The New Washington," February 26.

"The Way of San Jose," March 26.

"On Using the Church," April 9.

"St. Louis," April 23.

"Kingdom on Earth?" May 7.

"Real Christianity, 1981, (Rerum Novarum), May 21.

"The 11:00 AM Amtrak from New York," June 4.

"The Politician and Abortion," June 18.

"Some Important Essays in Catholic Social Thought," July 2.

"Lost Ticket to Rome," July 16.

"On Garlic and Crime," July 30.

"On Smoking and Other Vices," August 13.

"Unilateral Nuclear Pacifism," August 27.

"Religion and Economics," October 1.

"Intellectuals and the Church," October 15.

"The Civil Legitimacy of Christianity," October 29.

"On Being a Catholic," November 19.

"Leo XIII's Diuturnum," November 26.

"Bishop Heckel's 'Laborem Exercens'," December 10.

"A Scottish Walk," (in The Catholic Standard, Washington,      December 17).

"On Sharing and Giving," December 24.


"Mother of the Maccabees," January 7.

"A Nation of Abstractions," January 21.

"Christian Intelligence," February 4.

"Human Life March," February 18.

"Tommy," March 4.

"The Chesterton Review," March 18.

"Roots of Joy," April 1.

"National Defense," April 15.

"Why Man?" April 29.

"Democratic Totalitarianism," May 13.

"Jacques Maritain," May 27.

"Surgical Death," July 10. (Reprinted in the Congressional Record, January 25. 1983).

"Mother Teresa," June 24.

"News from San Jose," July 8.

"Who Judges?" July 22. (Reprinted in the Congressional Record, January 25, 1983).

"UN Disarmament Message," August 5.

"Intellectuals and Religion," August 19.

"USF Basketball," September 16.

"Chinese Landscapes," September 23.

"On Old Age," September 30.

"John Cage," October 14.

"Regina's Point," October 28.

"Religion and War Reconsidered," November 11.

"Football Strike," November 25.

"Sakharov's Letter," December 9.

"Waugh at Christmas," December 23.


"Politics and Abortion," January 6.

"On 'Looking' Like a Child," January 20.

"On the Plot to Kill the Pope," February 5.

"Thinking about Human Life," February 17.

"LA Olympics and Politics," March 3.

"Active Politicians and War's Morality," March 17.

"French Deterrent Doctrine," March 31.

"Universal Pope," April 14.

"Confusions of Modern Man," April 28.

"Mexico City," May 12.

"On the 'Price' of Life," May 26.

"(NY) Time's Editorial," June 9.

"'Just a Closer Walk with Thee'," June 23.

"New Abortion Decisions," July 7.

"The Right to Develop," July 21.

"On the Right to Be Right and Wrong," August 11.

"Walking the City Again," August 25.

"Teaching the War Pastoral," September 8.

"Tolkien on BART," September 22.

"On Wealth Consumption," October 6.

"The Ultimate Experiment," November 3.

"On the Orthodoxy of Bishops," December 1.

"Violence, Terrorism, and Repression," December 15.

"Medical Protests," December 29.


"French Bishops' Pastoral on War," January 12.

"'1984'," January 26.

"The (Golden Gate) Park," February 9.

"Albania," February 23.

"Vatican Exhibit at the de Young Museum," March 8.

"Solzhenitsyn's Japanese Address," March 22.

"Don't Talk to Strangers," April 5.

"Bishop O'Connor, the New York Times, and Abortion," April 19.

"Political Sermon," May 3.

"On Poverty and Hunger," May 17.

"Being There," May 31.

"Anonymous Burials," June 14.

(The Monitor ceased publication with June 14, 1984 Issue).


Column Entitled, Schall on Chesterton, Appearing in the Midwest Chesterton News (John                         Peterson, Editor, 740 Spruce Rd., Barrington, IL, 60010).

Vol. 2, 1989.

"On the Nature of 'Yes" in the State of Maine," October.

"The Philosopher with Two Thoughts," November.

"The Traditional Scene of the Nativity," December.


"Equal Value with the Souls of Hildebrand and Shakespeare,    January.

"On the Qualified and Experienced," January.

"On Staring at the Picture of 'Tuesday'," February.

"The Real and Final Holiday of Human Souls," March.

"By Their Beards Ye Shall Know Them," April.

"On the Affronting of Horrible and Heroic Things," May.

"Beginnings and Endings," June.

"Chesterton's 'Only Two Words'," July.

"The More Quotable Chesterton," August.

"The Blasphemous Belief," September.

Vol. 3.

"On the Dullness of Chaos," October.

"'The Secret of the Whole World'," November.

"'A Great Deal of Turkey This Christmas'," December.


"Out of the Abyss of the Broken Heart of Man," January.

"Those Few Moments of Ludicrous Distress," February.

"On War," March.

"G. K.'s Weekly: June 18, 1936," April.

"New Ideas in Old Books," May.

"Was Eden Somewhere in Mesopotamia?" June.

"The Common Man," July.

"On the Danger of Human Things," August.

"Sympathy," September.

Vol. 4.

"'On the Earth-Shaking Discovery': Orthodoxy Re-Presented," October.

"Defending the Independence of Dependent Things," November.

"The Strangeness of Things," December.


"The True Modernist," January.

"Never Is He Less Alone," February.

"The Things That Cannot Be Defined," March.

"A Definite, Defiant, and Quite Unmistakable Thing," April.

"On Looking Down on the Stars," May.

"The Most Inexhaustible of Human Books," June.

"On God's Making Both Hell and Scotland," July.

"The Ten Thousand Reasons," August.

"On Not Wrecking Divine or Secular Things," September.

Vol. 5.

"Belloc on Chesterton," October.

"The Only Virtue," November.

"The Coming of Christ," December.


"The Divine Vulgarity of the Christian Religion," January.

"The Most Tremendous Question in the World," February.

"On Becoming Inhuman Out of Sheer Humanitarianism," March.

"'Women and the Philosophers'," April.

"'An Isolated Chestertonian'," May.

"An Awful Instance of the Instability of Human Greatness," June.

"The Dogmas Are Not Dull," July.

"On the Intelligence of Women and the Weakness of Men," August.

"French Catholicism: 'Essentially Militant'," September.

Vol. 6.

"The Divine Frivolity, " October.

"On the Alternatives to Right and Wrong," November.

"The Spirit of Christmas," December.


"Second Thoughts on Detective Stories," January.

"On the Inability to Blaspheme," February.

"'I Say as Do All Christian Men...'," March.

"The Way the World Is Going," April.

"On the Winning of World Wars I and II," May.

"A Child of Our Own Time," June.

"A Sermon against Pride," July.

"The Christian Ideal," August.

"The Natural Home of the Human Spirit," September.

Vol. 7.

"A Twitch upon the Thread," October.

"Creeds and Crumbling," November.

"On Hilarity and the Keeping of Christmas," December.


"On Lawyers and Prayer-Books," January.

"Justice, Sin, and Invisible Men," February.

"The Banquet from the Beginning of the World," March.

"The Horror," April.

"The Campaign against the Ten Commandments," May.

"Nihilists: Not Atheists," June.

"On Donkeys and Idealists," July.

"Wilde and Wilder," August.

"The Revolution that Is Existence," September.

"What Science Cannot Comprehend," October.

"Christmas and the Most Dangerous Toy," December.


"The Death of Humanism," January.

"Babies," February.

"Humility and 'the Great Collapse of Joy'," March.

"The First Day of a New Creation," April.

"Two Types of Tragedy," May.

"On the Discovery of Things Whose Existence Is Impossible to Deny," June.

"Virtue and Duty," July.

"The Only Real Happiness Possible to Man," August.

"Of Girls, Golf-Clubs and the Presence of Man on Earth," September.

V. 9.

"On Theses and Essays," October.

"Maritain Cites Chesterton," November.

"At Christmas Dinner," December.


"The Koran as Literature," January.

"The Unpardonable Sin," February.

"On the Best Book Never Written," March.

"On Already Being a Genius," April.

"The Great Temptation of the Catholic in the Modern World," May.

"The Greatest and Most Glorious Science," June.

"Self-Government: "The Only Point of Democracy," July.

The Midwest Chesterton Review ceased publication in 1997. It is replaced by Gilbert!, published by the American Chesterton Society, 740 Spruce Road, Barrington, IL., 60010, www.gilbertmagazine.com. The column Schall on Chesterton continues in this journal.


"Schall on Chesterton" in Gilbert!

1997, Vol 1.

"Chesterton in Ireland," September, 14-15.

"Gilbert Chesterton and His Murdering Ways, October, 15.

"The Purpose of Intellect," November, 14-15.

"Amid Roars of Happy Christmas Laughter," December, 17.


"Speaking of the Devil," January, 15, 17.

"On the Difference between Search and Research," February, 24-25.

"The Paradox of Progress," March/April, 16-17.

"Comrades and Women," May/June, 8-9.

"America's First Things," July/August, 8-9.

Vol. 2

“The Higher Nothingness,” October/November, 8-9.

“Christmas & the Spirit of Liberty,” December, 1999, 8-9.


“‘Praise Enough,’” January/February

“Revolting Moderns,” March, 8-9.

“Life after Death,” April/May, 8-9.

“Chesterton for the Defense,” July/August, 8-9.-

Vol. 3

“On the Things that Recall Existence,” September, 8-9.

“We Are Still in Eden,” October/November, 8-9.-

“An (Unread) Modern Prophecy,” December, 8-9.


“On Theological Cheer,” January/February, 9-10.

“The Unreason that Is Reasonable,” March, 8-9.

“The Man With No Dogma,” June, 9-10.

“Nothing Too Sacred to Be Known,“ July/August, 8-9.

Vol. 4.

“St. Lubbock, Pray for Us,” September, 9-10.

“Good Arguments for Bad Causes,” October/November, 9-10.

“Socking the Sophists,” December, 18-19.


“A Brief and Blinding Oblivion,” January/February, 18-19.

“The Keenest of Pleasures,” March, 18-19.

“The Most Dangerous Thing,” April/May19.

“To Trace a Face,” June, 20-21.

Vol. V.

“A Very Alarming Place,” September, 20-21.

“No Rights, Please, I’m Free,” 20-21. “This Is a Religious War,” is in the Symposium in same issue, 13-14.

“Of Man and Mastiff,” December, 18-19.

“The Logical Side of Love,” January/February, 18-19.

“The Classics Count,” March, 16.

“Forbidden Alternatives,” April/May, 18-19.

“Last Refuge of the Globalist,” June, 18-19.


"Schall on Belloc" -- Monthly Column published in Generally Speaking, by the American             Chesterton Society, 1377 Goodrich Avenue, St. Paul, MI., 55105, from 1996.


"'A Place Which I Have Never Yet Seen,'" October.

"On Endurance and Fortitude," November.

"Remembering a 'Remaining Christmas'," December, pp. 6-7.


"The Certain Loss," January.

"On Disliking Champagne But Delighting in Existence," February, pp. 9, 16.

"On Thinking Continually of Those in Beatitude," March.

"Ars Taedica," May, pp. 10-11.

"Permanence," June, p. 13.

"On the Fate of Academics," July, p. 3

Ceased publication in July, 1997.

"On the Vanity of the Learned Man," (Schall on Belloc) in Fellowship of Catholic Scholars             Quarterly, Spring, 1998, 11-12.


Schall on Natural Law, Monthly Column appearing in Veritas, fromThe Natural Law Study             Center, 1420 Spring Hill Road, #600, McLean, VA., 22102.

1997, Vol. I.

"King Herod as a Natural Law Thinker," September/October, 7-8.

1998, Vol. II.

"The Justice that Rectifies," January/February, 11-12.

"Habits and Nature," May/June, 8-9.


Articles in National Catholic Register (432 Washington Ave., North Haven, CT., 06473).


“Casualties Mounting in a ‘Humanitarian’ War,” May 9.

“Guns Are Wrong Target after Littleton,” June 6.

“How Wrongs Become Rights,” June 27.

“The Look of a Serbian War Memorial,” July 16.

“The University as an Occasion of Sin,” September 5.

“The Big Theory on Campus, 1990's Style (Diversity Theory,” September 19.

“It’s Perfectly Reasonable to Become – or Remain – a Catholic,” October 10.

“Pope Pius XII Misunderstood by the Protest Generation,” October 17.

“Ghosts of Christmases Past,” November 7.


“So Long, Charlie Brown,” January 2.

“The Third Millennium, So Far,” February 13.

“What to Do When a Priest Teaches Bad Doctrine,” March 12.

“Spirit and Norms: The Pittau Discourse,” April 9.

“Were You There?” April 16.

“Earth Savers: Don’t Throw in the Towel,” April 23.

“Give Me Feelings or Give Me ... Cuba?” May 14.

“We Need Catholic Lights, Not Catholicism Lite,” June 11.

“Don’t Just Pretend to Help the Poor,” July 9.

“On Polities Upholding ‘Abortion Rights’,” July 23.

“Smoke Gets in Our Brains,” August 6.

“The Young Hear the Most Beautiful Voice,” September 3.

“U. S. Politics and the Catholic Faith,” September 10.

“On the Souls of Politicians and Voters,” October 1.

“Election System: It’s Not Broken, Don’t Fix It!”, November 19.

“Too Many of Them?” December 3.

“Florida and the Measure of Our Souls,” December 10.


“The Legacy: Clinton as History’s Worst President,” January 21.

“Christians: Unqualified Citizens,” January 28.

“Is the Great Commission a Call to ... Proselytism?” April 1.

“On Curbing Drunkenness – Collegiate-Style,” June 3.

“Energy: How Human Beings Can Always Keep the Lights On,” July 24.

“Armies, Navies, Police Forces ... and the Pope,” August 5

“It’s Morning in a Whole New America,” September 23.

“America Discovers It Has Enemies,” October 23.


“The ‘Let’s Roll’ Presidency,” February 24.

“Schall Meets His Match: ‘SchallClone,” May 12.

“Sin Makes Us Face Facts,” June 2.


Column “Wit and Wonder,” in Excelsis, (143 E. 43d St., New York, N. Y., 10017.)


“On the Truth of Things,” #15, November, 4.


“On Aquinas and Modernity, #16, March/April, 4.

“On Knowing and Doing,” #16, May/June, 4.

“On the Basis of Scientific Research,” #17, July/August, 4, 6.

“On Apocatastasis (Salvation),” #18, November, 6.

“On Fame and Envy,” #19, December, 4-5.


“On Whom to Believe,” March, 6.

“Liturgy,” June, 6.

“On Funerals,” August, 6.

“The Enormity of the Gift,” 6.

“Groanings,” 6

“On Losing the Faith,” 6.


“On the Language of Sin,” March, 6.


Columns, “On Essays and Letters,” in University Bookman, (P.O. 367, Mecosta, MI., 49332-0367).

“On Cicero’s Pro Archia,” 40 (#1/2, 2000), 42-44.

“The Desire of Distinction,” 40 (#3/4, 2000), 46-48.

“‘To Go and Look at the Roman Wall’,” 41 (#1/2, 2001), 46-48.

“The Great Art O’ Letter Writin’,” 41 (#3/4, 2001), 45-47.

“On Travel,” 42 (#1, 2002), 45-47.

“‘The Contemplation of the Heavens,’” 42 (#2, 2002), 44-46.



1) “Books and the Intellectual Life,” an Address presented to the Undergraduate John Carroll Society, Georgetown University, Washington, D. C., January 19, 1999. 16 pp. Published in Vital Speeches

2) “Worship and Political Philosophy,” a Paper presented at the Conference: “Christians in Political Science,” Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, June 19, 1999. 23 pp.

3) “On the Paradoxical Place of Political Philosophy in the Structure of Reality,” a Paper presented at the Southwest Social Science Convention, Galveston, Texas, March 17, 2000. 20 pp. Published in Perspectives in Political Science.

4) “The Natural Restoration of Fallen Angels in the Depths of Evil: Concerning the Obscure Origins of Absolute Human Autonomy in Political Philosophy,” a Paper presented at the American Maritain Association Convention, University of Notre Dame, October 20, 2000, 23 pp.

5) “On the Purpose of ‘This World,” a Lecture delivered to the Fides et Ratio Convocation, Chicago, Illinois, August, 2001. 15 pp. Published in the New Oxford Review, March, 2002.

6) “Catholicism and the ‘Truth of Things,’” A Lecture Prepared for a public Series at St. Agnes Church, New York, N. Y., for September, 2001. Lecture canceled due to bombing of WTC. To be published in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, 2002. 14 pp.

7) “On the Prospect of Paradise on Earth: Maritain on ‘Action and Contemplation,’” a Paper delivered at the American Maritain Association Convention, Boca Raton, Florida, October, 2002. 19 pp.

8) “Why Is Political Philosophy Different?” A Lecture delivered to the Graduate Inter-Varsity

Forum, Washington, D. C., October, 2001. 14 pp,

9) “What Do Philosophers Know?” a Lecture given at the Tenley Study Center, Washington, D. C., February, 2002, 7 pp.

10) “What Must I Read to Be Saved?” The William Rossner, S. J., Lecture delivered at Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Missouri, February 28, 2002. 16 pp.

11) “On Leisure and Culture: Why Human Things Exist and Why They are ‘Unimportant,’” Lecture presented to the International Institute on Culture, Ivy Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 8, 2002. 13 pp.

12) “On the Character of Enduring Things,” Inaugural Lecture of the Belloc Society, delivered at the Cosmos Club, March, 2002. To be published in The Saint Austin Review, 2002. 9 pp.

13) “The Sum Total of Human Happiness,” delivered in the Classical Lecture Series, Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa, April 4, 2002. 16 pp. (Shorter version of this Lecture given to the faculty of The Heights School, Potomac, Maryland, March, 2002).

14) “What Say You of the Peacock’s Tail?: Of Things for Their Own Sake: Leisure, Sport, and Beauty,” a Lecture delivered at Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale, Virginia, April 11, 2002. 11 pp.

15) “On the Beginnings of Gladness,” a Lecture prepared for presentation at Christ the King Anglican Parish, Washington, D. C., April 28, 2002.

16) “‘Beyond Description’: On the Most Wonderful Book,’” A Commencement Address delivered at Trinity School, Napa, California, June 1, 2002. 13 pp.


“English Essays,” in The Saint Austin Review (296 Brockley Rd., London, SE4 2RA, England).

            1) “Acknowledged Vanities,” 1 (September, 2001), 12-13.

            2) “Do We Still See?” 1 (November, 2001), 15.

            3) “‘The Birth of Our Lord,’” 1 (December, 2001), 25-26.

            4) “Korban,” 2 (January, 2002), 40-41.

            5) “Credulity and Boswell’s Ghosts,” 2 (February, 2002), 29.

            6) “On Hazlitt’s ‘Going’,” 2 (March, 2002), 33-34.

            7) “On ‘Instruction Seasoned with Pleasantness,” 2 (April, 2002), 11-12.

            8) “On the ‘Desire to Be Gods.’” 2 (May, 2002), 7/44.

            9) “‘In a Manner Pleasing to Himself,’” 2 (June, 2002), 8-9.


On-Line Essays

            1) “The War,” TCRNews. 12/28/2001. 4 pp.

            2) “Is the World Falling Apart?” TCRNews. 10/29/2001., 7 pp.

            3) “Assessing What Is at Issue in This War,” TCRNews. 10/08/2001. 10 pp.

            4) “War-Time Clarifications: Who Is Our Enemy?” TCRNews. 09/23/2001.

            5) “What Kind of a War Is It?” TCRNews. 09/16/2001. 6 pp.

            6) “‘The More Difficult Topics of Faith,” TCRNews. 02/16/1002. 3 pp.


7) “Philosophy: From Adams to Condit: On Happiness and Virtue,” National Review-on-Line, September 1-2, 2001 NORWeekend.


8) “Philosophy: One Culture After All,” National Review-on-Line, NORWeekend, 2-3 June, 2001. 5 pp.


9) “Culture, Heart of Darkness, Manicheanism,” National Review-on-Line, April 14-15, 2001. 4 pp.

Miscellaneous Materials.


1) Robert Kraynak, review of Schall, Student’s Guide to Liberal Learning, in Perspectives in Political Science, 31 (Winter, 2002), 46-48.


2) Bryanna Hocking, “In Schall’s Inner Sanctum,” The Washington Times, September 6, 2001.


5) Review of Schall, On the Unseriousness of Human Affairs, by Kevin Driscoll, in The Washington Times, December 16, 2001.