Published September 1993
by Georgetown University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||261|
In this volume, distinguished scholars and legal experts define the key questions and explore the future implications of Ex corde for American Catholic colleges and universities. The assertion of the Catholic identity of Catholic institutions of higher education prompts the contributors to examine the definition of Catholic education as a special synthesis of the religious and the academic, of faith and reason; . The American background of Ex corde Ecclesiae: a historical perspective / Philip Gleason --Comment / David J. O'Brien --Comment / J. Bryan Hehir --The Catholic university in the church / Joseph A. Komonchak --Comment / John P. Langan --Comment / George H. Tavard --The Catholic university and the promise inherent in its identity / Michael J. Table of contents. Introduction In the Margin and at the Crossroads Part 1. Foundation, Horizon and Orientation I. Foundation: Revelation as God's Dialogue with Humanity and History II. Horizon: The Challenge of Plurality and Difference III. Orientation from the Margin and at the Crossroads of University, Church and Society Part 2. At the Crossroads of University and Church IV. The book is divided into four parts. The first treats key themes of social life: the dignity of the human person, human rights, natural law, and the common good. Part two focuses on the three.
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