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1. Thought: Volume > 44 > Issue: 4
Gerald A. McCool Philosophy and Christian Wisdom
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Christian wisdom, carried down through medieval Christian philosophy, French spiritualism, and German idealism, is now feeling the impact of a number of the philosophical currents of the day.
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Catherine Savage The Trilogy of Jean Cayrol
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The metaphysical situation of Jean Cayrol's trilogy is also a theological one; through a subtle evolving dramatic structure the novels develop toward a religious end.
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John T. Ford Ecumenical Convergence and Theological Pluralism
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The author argues that since previous ecumenical approaches—conflict, conversion, collaboration, compromise—have been minimally effective, the new one of convergence may be more successful.
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J. A. Appleyard The Priest on the Campus
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If the priest is always a sign of transcendence in some form or other, what is his function in the academic community for which he labors?
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David H. Burton The Intellectualism of Edwin Arlington Robinson
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The poetic art of Edwin Arlington Robinson mirrored remarkably the sources of the American mind of his generation and the growth nurtured by these sources.
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Joseph Szövérffy The Christian Spirit of Medieval Poetry
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Medieval secular poetry reflects the presence of a deep and vigorous Christian humanism concerned and critically involved with the problems of life and the contemporary world.
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John Fandel Two Poems: (Verse)
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book reviews
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Literature, Aesthetics
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Theology, Religion, Patristics
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Philosophy, Political Philosophy
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History, Education
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Correspondence
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Index fo Vol. XLIV
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Sabbas J. Kilian The Question of Authority in "Humanae Vitae"
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Without questioning the objective priority of the magisterium in teaching and passing judgment, the author argues that its function is to elicit community consciousness rather than to enforce conformity.
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John Giles Milhaven The Grounds of the Opposition to "Humanae Vitae"
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Is the authority of "Humanae Vitae" such that a properly informed, objectively true conscience has no choice but to obey? The author states the case for a negative answer.
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Joseph V. Dolan "Humanae Vitae" and Nature
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"Humanae Vitae" rightfully insists on a total vision of human life, conjugal love, and responsible parenthood in a specifically human dimension for transcending the merely physiological.
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Joseph F. Costanzo Papal Magisterium and "Humanae Vitae"
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"Humanae Vitae" is a definitive teaching of the authoritative and authentic interpreter of the divine and natural law and is therefore gravely binding in conscience.
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James D. Boulger Puritan Allegory in Four Modern Novels
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The use or Puritan allegory is what lifts "The Last Hurrah," "By Love Possessed," "Invisible Man," and "Herzog" to the level of serious and lasting importance.
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Marylou Buckley For a Woman of Proverbs: H. C. C., 1900–1969
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Neil Betten Urban Catholicism and Industrial Reform 1937–1940
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Although the Association of Catholic Trade Unionists officially accepted Catholic corporate theory, its primary concerns were aiding trade unionism and attacking Communist influence in the labor movement.