September 14, 2023
We were pleased to chat with Marial Corona about her research on John Newman’s life and contributions to theological and philosophical study, which is the focus of her book The Philosophy of John Henry Newman and Pragmatism. Corona completed her Master’s thesis on Newman’s educational ideas during her time at Notre Dame University (2003-2009). Corona is an adjunct professor for the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago.
June 15, 2023
This year, June 19th will mark the 400th birthday of the great French mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal. Pascal’s name and work is no stranger to the CUA Press catalog, so today we want to create our own Blaise Pascal Reader for those who want to learn more about the great intellectual and his work.
October 6, 2021
Church history and historical theology have too often neglected to pay adequate attention to the diversity of voices after the end of the Middle Ages. We have many studies about medieval women and lay people, but hardly anything about their role and influence and participation in the post-Trent church.
September 8, 2021
I want to show that it is possible for thoughtful people – people who worry about history, philosophy, and the ambiguities of modernity – to engage with Catholic Social Teaching.