More By Jeremiah Jacques

By Jeremiah Jacques, from January 28, 2015 in Featured »
The pontiff may be alienating some of Europe’s conservative Catholics, but it’s nothing compared to the number of hearts he is winning among the Continent’s secularists and casual practitioners.
By Jeremiah Jacques, from January 16, 2017 in Featured »
In retrospect, we can recognize that a major event took place on that date.
News-making in America is transforming in a way that often casts truth aside. But there is cause for hope. 
The elite athleticism of Olympians contains an important lesson for all of us.
By Jeremiah Jacques, from January 7, 2017 in Featured »
The decision to publish and distribute the book may help the Russian president to tighten his grip on power.
By Jeremiah Jacques, from January 7, 2017 in News »
Will the president-elect’s statement be viewed as a ‘red line’ that comes back to haunt him?
During World War II, thousands of Jewish lives were in the hands of one man—who had orders not to save them.
The stage is set for Vladimir Putin to take on a new role.