Just a small town girl at heart, Elise is responsible for Acton’s social media, along with researching and writing for Acton’s blog. With a M.A. in world religions, she has a background in teaching at the high school and college level. She has also been active in Catholic parish ministries, both professionally and on a volunteer basis. She continues to teach and speak on religious education, spirituality and religious liberty issues. She is married, with five children.
Recent Articles by Elise Hilton
New York Times writer David Brooks’ new book, On the Road to Character,
When someone asks you where you are from, you reply with the name of the place you live. You do not reply with a generic, “I live in a large city.” No one lives in a city.
My Academy Awards confessions: I have not seen Birdman. I use the time allotted for the best sound editing award to get a snack and let the dog out.
Human trafficking is an open wound on the body of contemporary society, a scourge upon the body of Christ. It is a crime against humanity.
It is inexcusable to use children for anything, especially political pawns. Yet the Obama administration seems to have no problem doing so in the current border crisis.