The contributors to this inspiring anthology meet the challenge
that everyone faces: that of becoming a whole person in both their
personal and professional lives. John C. Haughey, SJ, has gathered
twelve professionals in higher education from a variety of
disciplines-philosophy, theology, health care, business, and
administration. What they have in common reflects the creative
understanding of the meaning of "catholic" as Haughey has found it
to operate in Catholic higher education.
Each essay in the first six chapters describes how its author has
assembled a unique whole from within his or her particular area of
academic competence. The last six chapters are more
autobiographical, with each author describing what has become
central to his or her identity. All twelve are "anticipating an
entirety" with each contributing a coherence that is as surprising
as it is delightful.
Subjects: Religion, Education
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