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eliseitaliano Nov 10
says that Catholic identity question is important because we don’t want to hide the light of Truth. This is important to . didn’t face the identity questions we do today.
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Cardinal Seán Nov 10
St John Paul II wrote “from the heart of the Church.” At the very core of Catholic faith stands conviction that faith and reason are complementary, that as disciples of the Lord we are called to expand our understanding of the faith we possess as a gift of God
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eliseitaliano Nov 10
. says our Catholic universities will not survive if they don’t achieve both academic excellence and Catholic identity.
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Catholic University Nov 10
"As the official university of the Church in the United States, we have a special role in collaborating with as the heirs of the Apostles, inspired by the Holy Spirit in their leadership." - Pres. Garvey
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Catholic University Nov 10
Archbishop Christophe Pierre, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States at says "in education teaching is not enough, there must be formation."
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eliseitaliano Nov 10
Always a pleasure to listen to
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Catholic University Nov 10
University President Garvey says at we are encouraged to use both faith and reason in our search for truth.
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eliseitaliano Nov 10
says formation of laity is vital in preserving the Catholic identity of universities, healthcare systems, social ministries. New Catholic identity questions arise when leadership changes from clerical to lay.
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TMOORE Nov 10
LOL, saw this and thought it was about my favorite Land O'lakes butter
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eliseitaliano Nov 10
External context t important to understand b/c Catholics were becoming more visible in civil society and their graduates had opportunities like never before.
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Thomas Lichtenberger Nov 10
is a wise man, but 's core was separating Universitätsprofessor from any authority esp. church and faith.
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Cardinal Seán Nov 10
The very definition of theology as faith seeking understanding prompted the Church to sponsor and develop academic institutions which would foster the relationship of faith and reason and the relationship of the Church with the world.
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eliseitaliano Nov 10
. gives example. Says immigration principles are clear. But empirical policy is complex. Universities should be the arena where depth of moral commitment and depth of political complexity can br brought together to create consensus
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Catholic University Nov 10
. of speaks during the second half of on the importance of academic excellence, academic freedom, and identity.
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Catholic University Nov 10
University President John Garvey addresses scholars this morning at to discuss the future of higher education in the modern world.
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Carol Zimmermann Nov 10
. takes look at Catholic eduction document - . Speaker says 2 words missing from document - Jesus Christ — are telling.
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eliseitaliano Nov 10
. says one of good outcomes of Ex Corde was dedication to identity questions, universities becoming more intentional about Catholic identity and outreach to parochial schools and high schools.
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AegisofZeus Nov 11
"...the legacy of as the form which created the last 50 years of Catholic education is in reality the story of formerly Catholic institutions becoming agents for social engineering in exchange for government funding." -E Michael Jones
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AegisofZeus Nov 11
Fr. Jenkins: we added abortion and contraception to insurance God: but not Hurricane insurance
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AegisofZeus Nov 11
Far better that get good, bourgeois US News rankings and have good football than that it offer a coherent Catholic alternative to Capitalism or Socialism or Racial Identity politics
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