Neuhaus, Richard John
March 1990
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1990, Issue 1, p69
Focuses on the address given by Jesuits superior general Peter-Hans Kolvenbach at the Assembly '89: Jesuit Ministry in Higher Education held at Georgetown University, Washington D.C. Reason for the need of colleges and universities that describes themselves as Jesuits or in the Jesuit tradition to pay more attention to truth in advertising; Significance of the knowledge by schools of the humanizing incarnation of God in Christ and the divinizing of men and women by the gift of the Spirit.


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