The subordination of marriage and family to the demands of work inverts a proper order of goods and mistakes what work is and what it is for. It is a symptom of what Josef Pieper identified as our characteristic form … Continue reading
Kasey S. Buckles, University of Notre Dame, NBER, and IZA Daniel M. Hungerman, University of Notre Dame and NBER* May 2016 While the fertility effects of improving teenagers’ access to contraception are theoretically ambiguous, most empirical work has shown … Continue reading
On September 24, 2015, the Stanford Anscombe Society invited Dr. R. R. Reno to discuss the meaning of marriage. His lecture was recorded, and the podcast can be found here on the Stanford Anscombe Society’s website.
A Discussion Guide (View full guide here.) Dating can be complicated enough, but pornography has made it even more challenging. Should you tell someone you are dating if you have had a history using pornography, or ask them if they … Continue reading
By Bradley Wright January 27, 2016 Read the full article on the Institute for Family Studies blog. Its election season, and so, of course, we’re talking about sexual misconduct. On the Republican side is a front-runner who matter-of-factly admits … Continue reading
On September 9th, 2014, the Love and Fidelity Network hosted an informational session for high school parents on sexual integrity and the campus culture. During the event, Ryan T. Anderson (William E. Simon Fellow, Heritage Foundation) described the motivations behind … Continue reading
Ryan T. Anderson, The Heritage Foundation Ryan T. Anderson talks about the definition of marriage and why the state should care about it at the policy level.