Via Media

Via Media


Please check out this journal, published by the Catholic Studies program at the University of St. Thomas and the sample article on line by Paul Murray, OP: The Fourth Friend: Poetry in a Time of Affliction

The integration of philosophical scrutiny, theological inquiry, and the love of beauty exhibited by Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI demonstrates the profundity and vitality of the Catholic vision in the contemporary world. This issue of Logos offers our usual exploration of the breadth of the Catholic vision, ranging from Aristotle to Tocqueville; from Vézelay, France, to Rwanda; from poetry to Catholic social thought to moral theology.

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Minneapolis Guy

posted August 5, 2005 at 9:01 pm

I’m prejudiced — and loosely associated with the program that produces Logos — but it is a fine journal, one that does not receive the attention it deserves. By the way, it is produced by the University of St. Thomas, NOT St. Thomas University. That’s a different place.

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posted August 5, 2005 at 10:17 pm

I am a proud student of the Catholic Studies program at the University of St. Thomas!! In fact, I am leaving in just a few days to go study in Rome for a year with that program! :) Anyway, GREAT journal, so well-written and deep on such a wide array of topics — nothing else like it! Love it.
Ciao!! :) Italia, here I come!

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Plato's Stepchild

posted August 6, 2005 at 1:14 am

The Feast of St. Dominic is on August 8th. Don’t any of you dare miss it.
oh, and could someone please provide subscription details for those of us who are not yet subscribers?

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Cornelius AMDG

posted August 6, 2005 at 12:58 pm

Logos is a great journal — it covers a wonderful variety of topics, and its production and cover artwork is very high quality. Well worth a print subscription.

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Cornelius AMDG

posted August 6, 2005 at 1:05 pm

Subscription information here.

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