Boston College Roundtable
After reading Paul's paper, four words came to my mind over and over. (Four is a good theological number, I might mention.) It's a lovely paper, it's a thoughtful paper, it's a highly personal paper, and it's an honest paper. And so a lovely, thoughtful, highly personal, and honest paper, in my view, is so Catholic. And it's so Catholic because it highlights what Marc Muskavitch mentioned in our earlier conversation: "R and D." No, that is not "research and development," but rather reflection and discernment, which is what we're constantly doing in Catholic higher education.
Plante, Thomas G. "Balancing Personal and Professional, Faith and Work, Ideal and Reality: A Response to Paul Mariani." Integritas: Advancing the Mission of Catholic Higher Education Integritas 1.2 (2013): 21-23.