Posted November 30, 2004
Book: Voices of the New Springtime
Edited by Kenneth D. Whitehead
St. Augustine’s Press, South Bend, IN, 102
An Excerpt from the Jacket:
An Excerpt from the Book:
From Cardinal Dulles’ Paper
My hope would be for Catholic agencies, especially colleges and universities, to demonstrate once again that religious faith can give inspiration and direction to the arts and sciences. Although we have much to learn from secular institutions, we should not simply envy or mimic them. We need to strike out on our own and produce samples of Catholic philosophy, jurisprudence, poetry, theater, literature, music, and visual arts. Because of the inroads of secularism, these religiously inspired cultural achievements are almost totally lacking in today’s world, but there is no reason why they cannot be revived.
Table of Contents:
Keynote Address: The Voice of Reason and Faith
His Eminence Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J.
A New Springtime in Catholic Higher Education
Very Rev. David M. O’Connell, C.M.
The Life and Work of the Catholic Church in the 21st Century
Fides et Ratio: A Context for Developing the New Feminism
Pia Francesca de Solenni
Thoughts on Pia de Solenni’s “Fides et Ratio: A Context for Developing the New Feminism
For Better or for Worse: Catholics and the Media
Kathryn Jean Lopez
Democracy, Secularism, and Religious Faith in America
Robert P. George
The Cardinal O’Boyle Award (Senator Rick Santorum) U.S. Senator Rick Santorum – Being Faithful, Working Faithfully
The Cardinal Wright Award (Rev. J. Augustine DiNoia, O.P.)
The Founders Award (Rev. Joseph Fessio, S.J.)
Rev. Thomas F. Dailey, O.S.F.S.
Gerard V. Bradley
Rev. Kenneth Baker, S.J.
Rev. Msgr. George A. Kelly