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Logos Volume 2:4

Logos Volume 2:4

Volume 2:4
Michael C. Jordan
Sandra Menssen
Associate Editors
John F. Boyle
Thomas D. Sullivan
Managing Editor
Pamela McClanahan
Circulation Manager
Mary Kay O'Rourke


Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Catholic and Feminist: Can One Be Both?

Corrine L. Patton, Catholic and Feminist: We Are Called to Be Both?A Response to Elizabeth Fox-Genovese

Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Response to Corrine L. Patton

Archbishop Joseph M. Zycinski, Catholicism in the Dialogue with Contemporary Culture according to Fides et Ratio

Gerard B. Wegemer, Why Would a Christian Participate in Civic Life? The Case of Thomas More

Eric Reitan, Christianity and Partisan Politics

Eduardo J. Echeverria, Authenticity and Christian Personalism

Raymond N. Mackenzie, Selling Dreams: Catholicism and the Business Communicator

S. A. Cortright, Ernest S. Pierucci, and Michael J. Naughton, A Social Property Ethic for the Corporation in Light of Catholic Social Thought

Russell Pannier, Decision Theory and Life Choices