Rank #1: The Household and the Cosmos - Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (8. 9. 19)
Rank #2: Kinless and Lonely - Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (8. 6. 19)
Rank #3: R. R. Reno and Mary Eberstadt on Spirit Catholic Radio
Rank #4: Proselytizing, a Pelagian Temptation - From the Editor's Office (8. 9. 19)
Rank #5: Episode 35 – The Fall of Gender Neutrality (12. 23. 17)
Editor Rusty Reno talks with senior editor Julia Yost about the allegations and revelations of sexual misconduct that occupied Americans all this fall. Are we actually just re-learning that men and women are different?
Then, Julia examines the function of nostalgia in the great American Christmas songs, especially those composed by Jewish songwriters.
Rank #6: Episode 30 – Two Deaths in England (8. 10. 17)
Associate editor Julia Yost discusses the death of Charlie Gard with Charles Camosy, associate professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham and author of “Learning from Charlie Gard.” Camosy argues that the removal of Charlie’s ventilator constituted an act of euthanasia. We need to call this act what it is—as hospitals increasingly aim at the death by omission, on the basis of quality-of-life judgments.
Then, Julia marks the 200th anniversary summer of the death of Jane Austen, with a reflection on sin and death in Austen’s novels.
Rank #7: The Theological Roots of Foreign Policy, Presented by Michael Doran
Rank #8: Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (8. 31. 18) - Modernism and the Control of Nature
Rank #9: The Idol of Our Age - Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (1. 25. 19)
Rank #10: The Terror of Existence - Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (8.2.19)
Rank #11: The Disputed Teachings of Vatican II - Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (1. 11. 19)
Rank #12: Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (9. 6. 17) – Religion on the College Campus
Rank #13: Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (8. 14. 18) - Renewal in Catholic Schools
Rank #14: Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (7. 31. 17) – Supreme Court Round-up
Rank #15: Episode 27 – Conservatism’s New Terms (4. 17. 17)
Editor Rusty Reno talks to associate editor Julia Yost about a shift in the terms that govern our political debates. He argues that the primacy once given to “freedom” in American conservatism now is given to “nationalism”—or should be.
Then, literary editor Matthew Schmitz joins Julia to discuss a few recent news items: the curious case of Boston’s re-frocked priest; Mike Pence’s rules for a happy marriage; and the cautionary tale of the professor who practiced “radical inclusion.”