Parents of children enrolled in San Diego Catholic schools are asking to meet with Bishop Robert McElroy about the possibility of government-mandated Covid-19 vaccinations for schoolchildren. On October 1, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that when a
A new California public school curriculum that directs students to offer pagan prayers and chants to five Aztec gods and a “divine force” of the Yoruba religion violates the California Constitution, the Thomas More Society says in a lawsuit filed
In a unanimous vote, the Board of Governors has appointed Paul O’Reilly as the next president of Thomas Aquinas College — the first alumnus to hold that position in the school’s 50-year history…. A 30-year member of
During last week’s two-day mandatory “antiracism” training for members of the California Faculty Association leaders went just a bit further than many Critical Race Theory sessions – including laughing over the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.
On December 18, 2020, San Jose State University Associate Anthropology Professor A.J. Faas sent an email to his department promoting a new website that encouraged scholars to cite the work of black academics in their research. Called
This fall, shortly after students have returned for the new academic year, Thomas Aquinas College, California, will bid farewell to its beloved chaplain of these least 17 years, Rev. Cornelius M. Buckley, S.J. “I like to compare