Bea Cuasay, '21


Bea Cuasay is a senior from the Far North Suburbs of Chicago. She studies Philosophy and Constitutional Studies. When she is not playing falto with The Band of the Fighting Irish, she enjoys: reading (rather, collecting) books, playing the organ, running through the woods, sipping pour-over coffee, and swaying to bebop. Contact her at bcuasay@nd.edu.

The Best Laid Plans of Monks and Men

Vocation, suffering, and the call to total love

In Remembrance of Fr. Paul Mankowski, S.J.

Thanksgiving for a servant’s heart

Priestly Sins: Sources and Solutions of the Church Sex Abuse Crisis

Director of the Thomistic Institute calls a spade a spade

The Ahmari-French Debate at Notre Dame

Discussing the future of conservatism 

Pope Francis, Capital Punishment, and Law

Doctrinal development and jurisprudence on the death penalty

The Numbers Matter More Than We Think

The Prevalence of Metric Fixation

Notre Dame students witness to the Synod on Youth

The Center for Ethics and Culture sponsors fall break trip to Rome

Our souls can grow under suffering

Solzhenitsyn scholar reflection

Cardinal Peter Turkson lectures on the common good

Talk focuses on justice and the poor

Notre Dame, Mater Noster

On the Marian nature of my vocation