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Marcia L. Colish lectures on the apparent disconnect that is being formed in the contemporary world of the notion that Catholicism could not be related to anything rational. She highlights the idea that throughout history and through her practice, the Church in her institutions and universities has been a supporter of intellectual formation and development, not an inhibitor.
Marianists, Catholic intellectual tradition, Catholic intellectuals, Marianist Award
US. CATH BX 961.I5 C64 2000
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Colish, Marcia L., "Catholic and Intellectual: Conjunction or Disjunction?" (2000). Marianist Award Lectures. 8.