The Character Building Project holds that our nation’s schools, including our elite universities should develop character programs for all its students. These elite schools can do so by looking to our military academies and religious schools who already train rising leaders to have the wisdom to know what is the right thing to do, the skill to do it, and the virtue to persevere until it is accomplished. Continue reading
Hopefully, many will readers will appreciate Robert Porter Lynch’s commentary http://www.characters-with-character.com/blog/2011/3/14/collaboration-creates-extraordinary-results.html#comments and see the extraordinary result of our last post on “collaboration.”
Robert joins the Character Building Project (CBP) in calling for a our “highest quest,” a “symphony of synergies,” or as Robert states … Continue reading
This weeks’ Arlington Catholic Herald caught my attention with an article about John H. Garvey swearing in as the 15th president of Catholic University. Garvey stated… “The measure of our success is how our graduates live their daily lives.” These days, ethics classes are popular in secular universities, he said. But does that go far enough” he asked? Continue reading
Tonight’s topic is the importance of tradition to our Republic.
Typically, conservatives are most often viewed as protectors of tradition. Hopefully, this observation does not preclude liberals from also revering not only our country’s Founding Fathers but also giving due deference to our Judeo Christian tradition. Continue reading