Professor of philosophy and University Chaplain Rev. Gerald E. Twaddell, D. Phil. profiles Alasdair MacIntyre, a prominent Catholic philosopher.
Dr. Bob Riehemann profiles Dorothy Day, a 20th century social activist who started the Catholic worker movement.
Michelle Vezina profiled St. Martin de Tours, a 4th century soldier that she profiled in honor of Veteran’s Day.
Library archivist Tom Ward profiles Gregor Mendel, a 19th century Augustinian monk famous for his discoveries in the field of genetics.
Professor Sarah Blackwell profiles author Flannery O’Connor.
Director of Campus Ministry Andrew Cole discusses a different dimension of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition – traditions of liturgy, sacred music, and prayer especially as they…
Professor Steve Flynn profiles Luca Bartolomeo de Pacioli, the Franciscan friar regarded as the “Father of Accounting.”
Fr. Jacob Straub profiling St. John Henry Newman who was canonized (recognized officially) as a Saint in October 2019!
Professor John Hageman profiles Pope Francis and his work promoting the Catholic tradition of justice, particularly care for God’s creation.
Sr. Kay Kramer, CDP, profiling Sr. Rosemary Donley, a leader in nursing education.
Dr. Stephanie Snyder, of the Department of Biological Science, profiles Pierre-Joseph Van Benden, a pioneer in the field of marine biology.
Dr. Wes Ryle profiles physicist Georges Lemaitre.
Professor Ray Hebert profiles St. Thomas More, namesake of Thomas More University.
Sr. Fidelis Tracy explains why the study of science is an integral part of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition (CIT). This will be followed up by…
Introducing Mission Minute, an audio profile of a contributor to the Catholic Intellectual Tradition. For the first Mission Minute, art history professor Becky Bilbo profiles…