Of Rome and Runnymede

Mankowski, Paul V.
March 1991
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1991, Issue 11, p13
Focuses on a declaration on the mission of Catholic Universities called Ex Corde Ecclesiae promulgated by the Catholic Pope as of March 1991. Reception given to the declaration; Some highlights of the Pope's preface to the text; Terms of the magna carta; Attitude of the professoriate to the notion of evangelization as a task of the Catholic university.


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