5 edition of The Challenge and promise of a Catholic university found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Theodore M. Hesburgh.|
|Contributions||Hesburgh, Theodore Martin, 1917-|
|LC Classifications||LC487 .C43 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 381 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||381|
|LC Control Number||94008890|
In the timely and important book Promise and Challenge, twelve Catholic women—leading scholars and eloquent writers—consider the role of women in light of Pope Francis’ call for “a more incisive female presence” in the Church today. The authors, who include religious sisters and married women, draw upon their various backgrounds in theology, philosophy, economics, and law to engage. On Ap John D. Feerick, dean emeritus and professor of law at Fordham School of Law, published his long-awaited memoir That Further Shore: A Memoir of Irish Roots and American Promise (Fordham University Press, ). The book details Feerick’s remarkable life and career, from his upbringing as the eldest child of Irish immigrants in the South Bronx to his central role in framing the U.
North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University Press in . This book discusses issues central to the character of the Catholic, Jesuit university. The initial chapters consider the Catholic university in general, with subsequent chapters narrowing to issues related to Jesuit institutions in particular and their two "signs of contradiction"-their commitment to open, free discussion and academic pluralism and their commitment to the promotion of justice.
The material is very orthodox in its Catholicism, and most of the books have a decent number of endnotes for those who want to do further reading. The only quibble that I have is that the graphic image on the web site shows just 20 books, and this is sort of confusing. There are, in fact, 38 books. "This book will be welcomed by those who wrestle with the challenge of understanding the distinctively Catholic character of Catholic universities. Its special contribution is to show how research, scholarship, and the production of new knowledge are intrinsic to the project of 'emerging catholicity' that should be central to the Catholic.
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First, a great Catholic university must begin by being a great university that is also Catholic. Second, the catholicity, or universality, of a Catholic university fosters the centrality of philosophy and particularly theology as legitimate intellectual concerns, especially as they challenge the disintegration and turmoil of our modern : Paperback.
This book offers 30 papers on the continuing discussion of the nature of a Catholic university. The papers are: "Introduction: The Challenge and Promise of a Catholic University" (Theodore M. Hesburgh); "Reflections on the Mission of a Catholic University" (Harold W.
Attridge); "The Difference of a Catholic University" (Otto Bird); "A Catholic University" (David B. Burrell); "Two Faces of Cited by: Challenge and promise of a Catholic university.
Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Challenge and promise of a Catholic university. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Theodore M Hesburgh.
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Even his book, “The Challenge and Promise of a Catholic University,” restates the conviction that truly great Catholic colleges and universities must distance themselves from the teachings of the Catholic Church.
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