Archive for the Category »poetic knowledge «

Mount Wonder – a novel inspired by IHP

My dad wrote a novel called Mount Wonder. It’s a romance based on his personal experiences in the Integrated Humanities Program (IHP) at KU in the 70’s. Given how influential that program has been for American Catholicism and with all of the issues in academia today, and because it’s a totally wild adventure, you’ll enjoy […]

An Article on Poetic Knowledge

Dear Friends, I must encourage you whole-heartedly to visit this link (at the bottom of my post) and read the contents.  It is a book review (by a comrade–Kirk Kramer) of Dr. James Taylor’s Poetic Knowledge.  If you have not already picked up a copy of this book, I highly recommend that you do so. […]

St. Gregory’s Academy Alumnus Response to closing of SGA

The following was a comment in response to a post about St. Gregory’s Academy back in 2012 on Orbis Catholicus blog when the school was being closed down. I re-printed the comment here because I feel it really captures well an alumnus’ sentiment about the goodness of the school on him personally, but also highlights the importance of the […]