In the Logos of Love

What does Catholic intellectual tradition look like in the age of Fox News, MSNBC and Wikipedia?

Who are today’s Catholic intellectuals?

Where are tomorrow’s Catholic scholars, writers and artists going to come from?

The contemporary academy is more open than fifty years ago to the study of religious traditions; what difference does this change mean for intellectuals working within the Catholic tradition?


Explore these questions in dialogue with:

rodriguez Richard Rodriguez, essayist and author of Hunger of Memory and the forthcoming autobiography, Darling.
dallavalle Nancy Dallavalle, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Religious Studies, Fairfield University.
griffiths Paul J. Griffiths, Warren Professor of Catholic Theology, Duke Divinity School.
tentler Leslie Woodcock Tentler, Professor of History, The Catholic University of America.
diaz Miguel H. Diaz, University Professor of Faith and Culture, University of Dayton. U.S. Ambassador (Ret.) to the Holy See.
winston Diane Winston, Knight Chair in Media and Religion, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, University of Southern California.
appleby Scott Appleby, Professor of History and John M. Regan Jr. Director of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame.
miller Vincent J. Miller, Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture, University of Dayton
uelmen Amelia J. Uelmen, Visiting Lecturer, Georgetown Law School. Former Director of the Institute on Religion, Law, & Lawyer’s Work at Fordham University.