Gathers in one volume the most relevant addresses, speeches, and homilies of His Holiness, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI to seminarians and... Læs mere
Changing Unjust Laws Justly describes the practical realities of campaigning to restrict abortion and explores various jurisprudential, legislative, and ethical aspects of the question.
First edition published: Lanham, MD: University Press of America, c1983.
Argues that there is a single, substantial line of development that can be traced from the work of Leibniz through Kant and... Læs mere
Among the many thinkers discussed in this volume are Sartre, Frankl, Hartshorne, Ortega, Kant, Leibniz, Descartes, John of St. Thomas, Anselm, Bonavanture, Augustine, Plotinus and Aristotle.
A novel with a female protagonist, this work unfolds in a small town in nineteenth-century Spain and tells the story of a young girl's romance with a wealthy widower many... Læs mere
Argues that Catholic doctrine rests on the foundation of personal knowledge. This text is... Læs mere
Natural theology, which suffered significantly in the eighteenth century, appeared to be a terminal patient in the mid-twentieth century. In the 1960s... Læs mere
Did Flannery O'Connor really write the way she did because and - not in spite of - her Catholicism?... Læs mere
Focuses on major modern British writers from Eliot to Auden and explores the development of British conceptions and... Læs mere
The author's work traces the experience of Irish-American Catholics from their beginnings as detested, unskilled pioneers of the urban ghetto to their rise as an essentially affluent, powerful, middle-class suburban community.
We live in a world in which we watch our words, spoken or written. We do not wish to offend anyone by what... Læs mere
Provides a comprehensive interpretation of Aquinas's oft-repeated claim that the human intellect is immaterial, and assesses his... Læs mere