Ever since The Open Church hit shelves in 1964, Michael Novak has been a voice of insight on American and Catholic culture.
Author of 45+ books on culture, philosophy, and theology, Novak continues to influence and guide right thinking.
Winner of the 1994 Templeton Prize, Novak’s Westminster Abbey address remains as instructive it was two decades ago.
As a founding director of First Things and writer for many publications, Novak has sought to build up our institutions.
Excerpt adapted from the Newman Lecture delivered by Michael Novak at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences in Arlington, VA on March 26, 2015.
Like it or not, Americans have always been concerned about freedom of religion, and scrutinized campaigning politicians carefully. They should.
In the United States today, an immense amount of research shows that the greatest of all inequalities faced by Americans lies in the marital structure of the home in which they grow up.