A Catholic university: vision and opportunities
What is the nature of a university? What is the role of religion in the life of the university? What is a Catholic University? In A Catholic University, Msgr. Terrence J.Murphy addresses these fundamental questions by taking an in-depth look at the University of St.Thomas in St.Paul/Minneapolis, where he serves as chancellor. He identifies what makes a university a Catholic university and demonstrates how Catholicism can be an integral driving force of the university.
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