5 edition of Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition found in the catalog.
Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Anthony J. Cernera and Oliver J. Morgan.|
|Contributions||Cernera, Anthony J., 1950-, Morgan, Oliver J.|
|LC Classifications||BX1795.I57 E93 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||99087071|
The Catholic Intellectual Tradition takes courses comparable to those found in the liberal arts and pairs them with a study of the human condition, examining the ways the human experience intertwines with God. Like the liberal arts, it has a foundation of humanities and philosophy, and students are expected to develop strong reasoning and. “The Catholic Intellectual Tradition: Challenges and Responses.” Examining the Catholic Intellectual Tradition 2: Issues and Perspectives. Ed. by Anthony J. Cernera and Oliver J. Morgan. Fairfield, Connecticut: Sacred Heart University Press, “Public Theology in Service to a National Conversation.”.
The idea of the common good was borrowed by the Fathers of the early Catholic Church from the rich philosophical traditions of ancient Greece and Rome. It has been a fundamental part of Catholic thinking about social, political, and economic life throughout the Catholic intellectual tradition, from Augustine and Aquinas to modern Catholic. Examining the Catholic Intellectual Tradition is one attempt to articulate some answers to these questions. The product of the first of a series of conferences on the campus of Sacred Heart University in Connecticut, where co-editor Anthony Cernera is president, the volume evokes several examples of the breadth and depth of the Church's.
"There is no better expositor of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition than Robert Royal. Intimately acquainted with its sources, history, and contours, Royal offers the reader a compelling account of the tradition and the role that it plays, and ought to play, in the Church's encounter with the world. From Harper's Leader's Guide series, one of their most popular and thought-provoking books on spirituality and faith development. This guide offers clear, step-by-step instructions for adult-enrichment sessions, an overview of the book, helpful background on the topic, opening and closing worship activities, discussion questions and journaling exercises.
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The Catholic Intellectual Tradition invites us out of isolation and into a community whose cumulative efforts contribute to the construction of a whole—a wholeness that is a Catholic hallmark. For Catholic colleges and universities, this component of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition is manifested throughout various academic fields.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: volumes: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: [Vol. 1]: The Catholic intellectual tradition in the Catholic university / Monika K.
Hellwig --On the task and vocation of the Catholic college / Louis Dupré --Spirituality and philosophy: the ideal of the Catholic mind / Gerald A.
McCool. In conjunction with the conference, Sacred Heart University Press is planning to publish the second in the series, Examining the Catholic Intellectual Tradition: Issues and Perspectives, a book of essays based on conference discussions and focused on the application of the tradition to a variety of academic disciplines.
Examining the Catholic Intellectual Tradition Sacred Heart University Press, Sacred Heart University is a coeducational, independent, comprehensive institution of higher learning in the Catholic intellectual tradition whose primary.
the catholic intellectual tradition the catholic intellectual tradition life. Thus, the most probing questions in every discipline are never deemed to be in opposition to faith but are welcomed into the conversation on the conviction that ongoing discovery of the intelligibility of the universe will reveal more of the truth about God.
The Catholic intellectual tradition at the heart of a Catholic university presupposes a dialectical harmony between faith and reason. The relationship between faith and reason is dynamic (not static) because both faith and reason are involved in a mutual search for and reception of meaning and truth.
The inherited intellectual tradition grows. The Catholic Intellectual Tradition, Sacred Heart University Press Offers books and a video series focused on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.
The Catholic Intellectual Tradition, St. Mary's University (TX) Video of University President Thomas Mengler discussing Catholic Intellectual Tradition at his institution. The Catholic intellectual tradition promotes a dialogue between faith and reason.
The Mission of Saint Mary’s College states: [ n ] ourished by its Christian faith, the College understands the intellectual and spiritual journeys of the human person to be inextricably connected where the liberal arts inform and enrich all areas of learning.
Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition / edited by Anthony. Cernera and Oliver ]. Morgan. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (hardcover) 1. Catholics-Intellectual life. Catholic learning and scholarship.
Catholic universities and colleges-Philosophy. Cernera, Anthony J., II. Notre Dame Press, ) contains a number of essays that explore the links between a Catholic intellectual tradition and the academic disciplines of the modern university.
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Published: (). 2 This description modifies one by Monika K. Hellwig, “The Catholic Intellectual Tradition in the Catholic University,” in Examining the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, ed.
Anthony J. Cernera and Oliver J. Morgan (Fairfield, CT, Sacred Heart University Press, ), 3. Fairfield CT: Sacred Heart University Press, Hardcover. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Item # ISBN: Light cock, otherwise light wear; Dust Jacket 1" spine slit, otherwise light wear.
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