Readership: · faculty members at Christian institutions of higher education
· faculty involved in Catholic Studies programs at both religions and nonsectarian institutions of higher education
John J. Piderit, President, Catholic Education Institute, and Melanie M. Morey, Senior Director for Research and Consulting, Catholic Education Institute
M.M.M.: Senior Director for Research and Consulting, Catholic Education Institute; J.J.P; President, Catholic Education Institute and former President of Loyala University Chicago
Introduction, The Editors
Part I Foundations
Chapter 1: Fundamental Catholic Theology
Chapter 2: Catholic Anthropology
Rev. Thomas P. Rausch, S.J.
Chapter 3: Perspectives in Catholic Theology
Chapter 4: Perspectives in Catholic Philosophy I
Rev. Brian Shanley, O.P.
Chapter 5: Perspectives in Catholic Philosophy II
Rev. David B. Burrell, C.S.C
Part II The Catholic Intellectual Tradition in the Humanities
Chapter 6: Poetry and Catholic Themes
Angela Alaimo O'Donnell
Chapter 7: Drama and Catholic Themes
Ed Block, Jr.
Chapter 8: Fiction and Catholic Themes
Chapter 9: Part I - Christian Literature in a Secular University
Part II - The View From a Church-Related University
Paul J. Contino
Chapter 10: Political Theory and Catholic Themes
Jeanne Heffernan Schindler
Chapter 11: History in a Catholic Perspective
Chapter 12: Mathematics, Reality, and God
Rev. Paul Schweitzer, S.J.
Chapter 13: Catholic Themes in Art and Music
Charles Scribner III
Part III Religious Themes Related to the Sciences
Chapter 14: Psychology's in a Catholic Perspective
Chapter 15: Evolutionary Biology in a Catholic Framework
Chapter 16: Environmental Studies in a Catholic Framework
Chapter 17: Physics and Astronomy in a Catholic Framework
Rev. William Stoeger, S.J.
Part IV The Good Life in the Professions
Chapter 18: Economics and Business in a Catholic Perspective
Rev. John Piderit, S.J
Chapter 19: Education in a Catholic Framework
Melanie M. Morey
Chapter 20: Medicine, Health, and Catholic Themes
Rev. Myles Sheehan, S.J., M.D.
Chapter 21: Law in a Catholic Framework
Patrick McKinley Brennan