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Understanding the Catholic Intellectual Tradition

  Berthold, G. (1991). Faith seeking understanding: Learning and the Catholic tradition. Manchester, NH: St. Anselm College Press.

  Callahan, S. (1989). Getting our heads together: An agenda for Catholic intellectual life. Commonweal, 116(20), 635-642.

  Carmondy, D. (1996). Organizing a Christian mind: A theology of higher education. Valley Forge, PA: Trinity Press.

  Cernera, A. & Morgan, O. (2000). The Catholic intellectual tradition: Characteristics, implications, and future directions. In A. Cernera & O. Morgan, (Eds.), Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition (pp. 199-226).  Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press.

  Cernera, A. & Morgan, O. (Eds.). (2000). Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition. Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press.

  Clooney, F. (2000). Openness and limit in the Catholic encounter with other faith traditions.  In A. Cernera & O. Morgan, (Eds.), Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition (pp. 103-132).  Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press

  Driscoll, J. (2000). Monastic culture and the Catholic intellectual tradition. In A. Cernera & O. Morgan, (Eds.), Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition (pp. 55-74).  Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press.

  Dupre, L. (2000). On the task of vocations of the Catholic college.  In A. Cernera & O. Morgan, Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition (pp. 19-34).  Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press.

  Ellis, J. (1955). American Catholics and the intellectual life. Thought, 30(Autumn), 351-388.

  Fisher, J. (1995). Alternative sources of Catholic intellectual vitality. U.S. Catholic Historian, 13(1), 81-91.

  Fox, R. & Westbrook, R. (eds.). (1998). In face of the facts: Moral inquiry and American scholarship. Washington, D.C.: Cambridge University Press.

  Gleason, P. (1979). In search of unity: American Catholic thought 1920 - 1960. The Catholic Historical Review, 75(2), 185-205.

  Gleason, P. (1987). Keeping the faith: American Catholicism past and present. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.

  Gleason, P. (1995). Contending with modernity: Catholic higher education in the twentieth century. New York: Oxford University Press.

  Greeley, A. (1977). The American Catholic: A social portrait. New York: Basic Books.

  Greeley, A. (1990). The Catholic myth. New York: Charles Schribner & Sons.

  Greeley, A. (2000). The Catholic intellectual: An empirical investigation.  In A. Cernera & O. Morgan, (Eds.), Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition (pp. 179-198). Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press.

  Heft, J. (1996). Faith in intellectual life. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press.

  Heft, J. (1999). A Catholic modernity? Charles Taylor’s Marianist lecture. New York: Oxford University Press.

  Hellwig, M. (1997). What can the Roman Catholic tradition contribute to Christian higer education?  In R. Hughes & W. Adrian (eds.), Models for Christian higher education: Strategies for success in the twenty-first century (pp. 13-23).  Grand Rapids, MI: Willam B. Eerdmams Publishing.

  Hellwig, M. (2000). The Catholic intellectual tradition in the Catholic university.  In A. Cernera & O. Morgan, Eds.), Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition (pp. 1-18). Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press.

  Himes, M. & Pope, S. (1996). Finding God in all things. New York: Crossroad Publishing.

  Hitchcock, J. (1995). Contemporary reflections - 1995. U.S. Catholic Historian, 13(1), 50-52.

  Hollenbach, D. (1996). The Catholic university under the sign of the cross: Christian humanism in a broken world.  In M. Himes and S. Pope, Finding God in all things (pp 279-298).  New York: Crossroad Publishing.

  Holtschneider, D. & Morey, A. (1996). Reclaiming the Catholic intellectual tradition: Two newcomers look at the 1995 conference on Catholic higher education in the United States. Current Issues in Catholic Higher Education, 16(2), 123-133.

  Hughes, R. & Adrian, W. (eds.). (1997). Models for Christian higher education: Strategies for success in the twenty-first century. Grand Rapids, MI: Eedramans.

  Haynes, S. (ed.). (2001). Professing in the postmodern academy: Faculty and the future of the church-related college. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press.

  King, U. (2000). The Catholic intellectual tradition: A gloriously rich but difficult inheritance.  In A. Cernera & O. Morgan, (Eds.), Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition  (pp. 133-156).  Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press.

  Landy, T. (1995). The Catholic intellectual life: Reflections on mission and identity. U.S. Catholic Historian, 13(1), 87-100.

  Marsden, G. (1994). The soul of the American university: From protestant establishment to established nonbelief. New York: Oxford University Press.

  Marsden, G. (1997). The outrageous idea of Christian scholarship. New York: Oxford University Press.

  McBrien, R. (1994). Catholicism. New York: Harper Collins.

  McCool, G. (2000). Spirituality and philosophy: The ideal of the Catholic mind.  In A. Cernera & O. Morgan, (eds.),  Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition (pp. 35-54). Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press.

  McCool, G. (2000). The Christian wisdom tradition and enlightenment reason.  In A. Cernera & O. Morgan, (Eds.), Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition (pp. 75-102). Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press.

  Mize, S & Portier, W. (1997). American Catholic traditions: Resources for renewal. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books.

  O’Brien, D. (1995). Contemporary reflections - 1995. U.S. Catholic Historian, 13(1), 53-56.

  Roberts, J. & Turner, J. (2000). The sacred and the secular university. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

  Rueben, J. (1996). The making of the modern university: Intellectual transformation and the marginalization of morality. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

  Schewhen, M. (1993). Exiles from Eden: Religion and the academic vocation in America. New York: Oxford University Press.

  Schewhen. (2000). The Christian university: Defining the differences. Current Issues in Catholic Higher Education, 20(2), 11-26.

  Sertillanges, A. (1947). The Intellectual Life: Its spirit, conditions, methods. Westminister, MD: Newman Press.

  Sloan, D. (1994). Faith and knowledge: Mainline Protestantism and higher education. Westminister, MD: John Knox Press.

  Steinberg, S. (1974). The academic melting pot: Catholics and Jews in American higher education. New York: McGraw-Hill.

  Steinfels, M. (1995). The Catholic intellectual tradition. Origins, 25(11) 170-175.

  Steinfels, M. (1999). The Catholic intellectual tradition: What's Catholic, what's intellectual, and what's tradition? Prisim, 3 16-19.

  Turner, J. (1998). Catholic intellectual traditions and contemporary scholarship. Catholic Education: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice, 2(1), 35-45.

  Van Allen, R. (1995). Commonweal and the Catholic intellectual life. U.S. Catholic Historian, 13(1), 71-86.

Bibliography Complied By
Dr. Christopher M. Janosik
August 10, 2000

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