Dennis McInerny


June 15, 2010

It is sometimes no easy matter to see the truth, even when it is right in front of us, nor is it easy steadfastly to adhere to the truth.

Sickness and Sin

June 10, 2010

There is, to be sure, a real distinction between mental health and mental sickness.

On Being Charitable

June 5, 2010

To be charitable is to have authentic love for others, which means to will what is really good for them.

Dennis McInerny Series – What is a Person (Part II)

May 5, 2010

Philosophy can be very helpful in providing us with a sound understanding of the nature of the human person.

Dennis McInerny Series – Diversity

March 15, 2010

There are many in our society today, especially those who swing a lot of weight in the media and in the field of education, who are much preoccupied with what they call diversity.

Dennis McInerny Series – What is a person? (Part 1)

March 1, 2010

What is a person? A person is not a gift of the state. It is not within the power of the state, or of any other human institution, to confer personhood…

Dr. Dennis McInerny Series – Detraction

February 15, 2010

In our ongoing series, Dr. Dennis McInerny writes about the destructive vice of Detraction.

Dr. Dennis McInerny Series – Hypocrisy

February 8, 2010

Dr. Dennis McInerny discusses the vice of Hypocrisy from the FSSP North American District Newsletter in January of 2004.

Rights (vs Responsibilities) – Natural Rights vs Civil Rights

December 5, 2009

I can’t have it both ways. If I want my rights to be honored, then I must honor the rights of others; that is, I must acknowledge my responsibilities toward others, and live up to them.

Pragmatism by D.Q. McInerny, Ph.D.

August 9, 2009

From the August, 2009 Newsletter. Practicality is an admirable quality to many, but can be a false and destructive philosophy on life.