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2008

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The Blau Collection, The Library For Christian-Jewish Understanding: Dedication Ceremony, November 10, 2008, Center For Christian-Jewish Understanding Nov 2008

The Blau Collection, The Library For Christian-Jewish Understanding: Dedication Ceremony, November 10, 2008, Center For Christian-Jewish Understanding

SHU Library Archives

Program for the Dedication Ceremony for The Blau Collection, Ryan Matura Library at Sacred Heart University, November 10, 2008.


A Secure Border: In Canada Religion & Politics Don't Mix, Michael W. Higgins Nov 2008

A Secure Border: In Canada Religion & Politics Don't Mix, Michael W. Higgins

Mission and Catholic Identity Publications

The article focuses on the separation of religion and politics in Canada. It cites that Canadian politicians are collectively nervous about introducing religious issues in the political arena. It notes that reelected Prime Minister Stephen Harper has an affirmed intellectual attachment to religion. It states that religion, particularly Catholicism, surfaced at several points during the election, around the editorial table, or in caucus.


Ecology And Spirit: Reflections On The Cit Seminar, Richard M. Magee Oct 2008

Ecology And Spirit: Reflections On The Cit Seminar, Richard M. Magee

Presidential Seminar on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition

Professor Magee entered the CIT seminar in May of 2007 with some ideas about spirit and nature in American literature, and now, over a year later, he has, in the best traditions of philosophical enquiry, even more questions about how this complex relationship works. These new questions, however, have led to a significantly deeper and richer understanding of the texts I read, study, and teach, enlarging my intellectual horizons and sharpening my inquiries. His enriched scholarship has taken a number of forms, and in this report, hel briefly presents three specific and important examples.


Response To The 2007-8 Presidential Seminar On The Catholic Intellectual Tradition, Thomas D. Curran Ph.D. Oct 2008

Response To The 2007-8 Presidential Seminar On The Catholic Intellectual Tradition, Thomas D. Curran Ph.D.

Presidential Seminar on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition

The goal of Professor Thomas Curran from the History Department at Sacred Heart University in applying for the Presidential Seminar was essentially to learn more about the Catholic intellectual tradition (CIT) so that he could help design and teach the core-curriculum-course and organize the training of adjunct instructors who carry a substantial share of the teaching burden.


Brokers Of Culture: Italian Jesuits In The American West, 1848-1919 (Book Review), R. Bryan Bademan Sep 2008

Brokers Of Culture: Italian Jesuits In The American West, 1848-1919 (Book Review), R. Bryan Bademan

History Faculty Publications

Book review by R. Bryan Bademan.

McKevitt, Gerald. Brokers of Culture: Italian Jesuits in the American West, 1848-1919. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2007. ISBN 9780804753579


Why Have You Come Here? The Jesuits And The First Evangelization Of Native America. By Nicholas P. Cushner, Charlotte M. Gradie Jan 2008

Why Have You Come Here? The Jesuits And The First Evangelization Of Native America. By Nicholas P. Cushner, Charlotte M. Gradie

History Faculty Publications

The article reviews the book "Why have you come here? The Jesuits and the first evangelization of Native America", by Nicholas P. Cushner.


Nicholaas H. Gootjes, The Belgic Confession: Its History And Sources, John B. Roney Jan 2008

Nicholaas H. Gootjes, The Belgic Confession: Its History And Sources, John B. Roney

History Faculty Publications

Book review by John Roney.

Gootjes, Nicholaas H. The Belgic Confession: Its History and Sources. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2007.

ISBN 9780801032356


After Ten Years: Tracing The 1997 Vatican Statements Regarding Ethics In Advertising In Today's Advertising Textbooks, Anca C. Micu Jan 2008

After Ten Years: Tracing The 1997 Vatican Statements Regarding Ethics In Advertising In Today's Advertising Textbooks, Anca C. Micu

Presidential Seminar on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition

One responsibility of all educators, especially those in marketing and advertising, is to provide students with a proper perspective regarding professional ethics. In other words, it is to guide future managers in developing an ethical conscience as they perfect their decision-making competence. Today, the 1997 Pontifical Council’s statements on ethics in advertising are the top result of a Google search for “ethics and advertising.” The amount of scriptural reference contained in the statements is considerably less than that found in most Papal social encyclicals (i.e., social writings of the Catholic Church). This approach made the document more accessible ...


Is Mathematics Created By Humans Or Is It Discovered By Humans? A Catholic Intellectual Perspective, Jason J. Molitierno Jan 2008

Is Mathematics Created By Humans Or Is It Discovered By Humans? A Catholic Intellectual Perspective, Jason J. Molitierno

Presidential Seminar on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition

In this essay, Dr. Molitierno intends to show that not only is it appropriate to discuss the Catholic Intellectual Tradition in light of mathematics, the CIT can actually be exemplified in mathematics!