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Charles Taylor talks on the idea of modernity and Catholicism being reconciliable in a way. He states that throughout history there have been examples of other types of thought such as humanism that have conflicted with Catholicism, but that these were in a sense assuaged over time. He now points the listener to modern times, and the duties Catholics have in addressing the problems of their day relies on a synthesis between Catholicity and modernity.
Marianists, Modernism (Christian theology), Catholic Modernity, Marianist Award
US. CATH BX 1406.2 T39 1996
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Taylor, Charles, "A Catholic Modernity?" (1996). Marianist Award Lectures. 10.