Michael Rozier asks a new question to those considering becoming physicians, hoping that more of medicine can return to its roots of universal service.
Mike Rozier looks at how ‘structures of virtue’ can help reduce the use of pornography and fight the anonymity of the internet.
The stork might not actually deliver any babies in slings, but our Michael Rozier thinks a baby-in-a-box may make the world a place fit for, well, a king.
In every relationship, there comes time for “that” talk. TJP public health guru Michael Rozier defines the relationship with medical mission trips.
Michael Rozier takes a quick look at who’s saying what around the new contraception compromise.
Michael Rozier explores how the current debate on gun control is really an issue of public health.
Fr. John Kavanaugh, S.J. – teacher and musician, philosopher and priest, sure guide on labrynthine paths – died on November 5th. His brother in the Lord Michael Rozier remembers him.
After admitting he was wrong (wait, what?) Michael Rozier lets us know what he’d most like to hear from the candidates: where they’re willing to compromise.
It is indeed possible for the not-insane to find joy in the ruins of a Nazi death camp. Or so says Michael Rozier.