February 07, 2019

CUA Law Professor Lucia Silecchia debuted the new biweekly column "On Ordinary Times" in January 2019. This content is free to use in publications and on-line media as part of an initiative of The Catholic University of America to provide quality content to Catholic publications. See below if you are interested in contacting Professor Silecchia about future biweekly columns.

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In January, the new column, “On Ordinary Times” debuted, with the two January columns focusing on the meaning of ordinary time and the special role of photographs in capturing the special moments in our lives. To begin the month of February, Silecchia released the third column in the series entitled “Romance in Ordinary Times”. It speaks of the beauty of enduring love in honor of February’s celebrations of marriage and love.

This biweekly column, written by Prof. Lucia Silecchia from Catholic University’s Law School faculty, is sent via email to interested publications on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the author directly at silecchia@law.edu or through the "Contact" form here. We look forward to your thoughts and suggestions as the column grows. Of course, please do not hesitate to let us know if you no longer wish to remain on our circulation list and we are happy to respect that request.

This content is free to use in your publications and on-line media as part of an initiative of The Catholic University of America to provide quality content to Catholic publications. We only ask three things:

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Past Columns

Click on the links below to view past columns:

Column 1                Column 9                  Column 17

Column 2                Column 10                Column 18

Column 3                Column 11                Column 19

Column 4                Column 12                Column 20

Column 5                Column 13                Column 21

Column 6                Column 14                Column 22

Column 7                Column 15

Column 8                Column 16