Peter Thomann

Peter Thomann


Peter Thomann is a Junior at Fordham College at Lincoln Center in New York. He studies English as a major and the Arabic language as a minor. Peter has become a contributor for the International Youth Coalition because of his internship for the Center for Family and Human Rights, during which he has learned the inherent value of raising awareness about attacks on human dignity. He feels passionately about pro-life issues, human dignity, and the Jesuit concept of “Cura Personalis”, or care for the whole person. Peter enjoys reading novels, exploring New York, and keeping up to date on current events through reading various news publications.


“Cura Personalis” or care for the whole person.
“Unless a life is lived for others, it is not worthwhile.”
– Mother Teresa of Calcutta
“A Christian reveals true humility by showing the gentleness of Christ, by being always ready to help others, by speaking kind words and performing unselfish acts, which elevate and ennoble the most sacred message that has come to our world.”
– Ellen G. White


Justice Kennedy’s Retirement: Unfounded Arrogance from the Left

This past Wednesday, Justice Anthony Kennedy announced he would retire from his position on the Supreme Court of the United States. His decision will surely spark a battle between liberal values and conservative principles as our nation’s leaders will eventually vote to confirm a nominee from President Trump. As the media began to report the […]

Peter Thomann | June 28, 2018


Contrarian Opinion or Heresy…Liberals Decide

The editorial pages of U.S. newspapers, famously bastions of partisan leanings and convictions, are largely intolerant of views that oppose or contradict their respective abiding principles. Such a practice has also begun to emerge on the opinion pages of the same newspapers. This consequential failing undermines dialogue and ultimate truth while fueling misconception. The New […]

Peter Thomann | June 12, 2018


Sovereignty or Cultural Elitism: United Nations to Decide

In the early 1990s, the United Nations sent twenty-thousand peacekeepers to the sovereign nation of Cambodia in an effort to hold fair elections and keep the peace. The initiative, entitled the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia, marked the first instance in which the United Nations overtook the administration of a sovereign state. In a […]

Peter Thomann | June 4, 2018