Catholicism and Intelligence By Fr. James V. Schall, S.J.
Catholicism and Intelligence is a collection of essays that challenge the reader to see God in what-is, in the reality of our world. Engaging some of the finest minds of the past—Chesterton, Plato, Augustine, and even Charlie Brown—Schall speaks to the present with incisive clarity, illustrating how revelation informs and strengthens the natural light of reason, enabling humanity to see reality most clearly. Catholicism and Intelligence affirms that a truly Catholic mind is radically and uniquely capable of sifting through competing worldviews.
About the authors:
Fr. James V. Schall, S.J., is an American Jesuit Catholic priest, teacher, writer, and philosopher. He is the author of more than thirty books, including Another Sort of Learning. Fr. Schall’s essays have appeared in numerous publications, such as Crisis, Gilbert, Saint Austin Review, The Review of Politics, The Thomist, Commonweal, New Oxford Review, Homiletic & Pastoral Review, and others. He was ordained a priest in 1963.