Catholic institutions of higher learning are at a crossroads: How can they remain true to their roots while recognizing that many of their administrations, faculties, and student bodies have little connection with the tradition? How can these institutions remain competitive while maintaining a relationship to the Church?
During the past several years Catholic theologian John C. Haughey, S.J. has conducted groundbreaking research on these questions in tandem with a team of Catholic scholars from around the United States. Those relationships and conversations provide the foundation for this book’s many insights.