This talk was automatically transcribed and will be edited in the future. Today is Tuesday, July 13 and yesterday, I published a silly little illustration, short video on YouTube where I explained or illustrated how classical Catholic education relates to modern college admission. And a parent who enjoyed that video, wrote to me and asked me if I would do a talk on how classical Catholic education relates to modern career preparation or vocational preparation. And I’m happy to do so. So in this talk, what I’d like to talk about is, how does classical Catholic education, studying the classical … Read more.
This talk was transcribed digitally and will be edited shortly. Today I’d like to talk about a topic that I think will be interesting to many students, maybe some adults. Because in modern circles, schools like to talk a lot about writing. And people go to college even major in English. And yet we never find any great writers being produced people can publish their own novels or whatever. But we don’t see any real, great works of poetry, or writing. And we should wonder why. If we go back, especially to Victorian England, we’ll find that many people wrote … Read more.
This transcript was generated by https://otter.ai Today is Saturday, June 19. And I’m receiving more and more requests for these walk talk topics, with questions being sent in every day. And there are a lot of really good topics and questions, and I’m going to try to spend some more time producing some more videos so I can address them. Because like I said, there are some really great questions, great topics. And topics lead to new topics, and that that snowball is starting to roll now. And that’s what I was hoping that these talks will do. And I’m going … Read more.
Many complain about the internet, television, music, videos, video games, etc., but what these complaints ignore is that the media they demonize is not the cause of the problem. The real problem is that they are using all of these different forms of media as consumers, being influenced by others, rather than as producers, being the ones doing the influencing. My work in the classical liberal arts started with a love for classical philosophy and Sacred Scripture. I have been able to work full-time doing what I love because I have learned to make profitable use of technology–even though I … Read more.