CURRICULUM VITAE

Academic Positions

 

Education

 

Memberships

 

Boards of Higher Educational Institutions

 

Academic Recognition

 

Publications

Monograph:

An Introduction to Medieval Philosophy: Basic Concepts (Malden MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009).

 

Edited Books:

 

Articles:

 

Encyclopedia Articles:

 

Published Homilies and Reflections:

17. “Reflections” in a volume dedicated to the Gospel of St. Matthew, ed. Peter John Cameron, O.P. (Magnificat, 2010), forthcoming.

16. “Homilies” for the Sundays of August 2009 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 109/10 (2009): 33-43.

15. “Waiting for the Lord in Silence” – for Magnificat (Advent 2009), pp. 44.

14. “Reflections for Lent 2009” for Magnificat (Lent 2009), pp. 14, 30, 51.

13. “Reflections” in Praying with Saint Paul, ed. Peter John Cameron, O.P. (Magnificat, 2008), pp. 92-103.

12. “Homilies” for the Sundays of February 2008 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 108/4 (2008): 33-44.

11. “Homilies” for the Sundays of January 2007 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 107/3 (2006): 33-45.

10. “Reflections for Lent” in Magnificat (Feb.-March 2005): 8-12.

9. “Homilies” for the Sundays of September 2004 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 104/11 (2004): 33-43.

8. “Homilies” for the Sundays of October 2003 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 103/11 (2003): 44-55.

7. “Homilies” for the Sundays of November 2002 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 103/1 (2002): 33-43.

6. “Homilies” for the Sundays and Feasts of June 2001 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 101/8 (2001): 33-44.

5. “The Word” – for the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle A in Catholic New York, Nov. 5, 1999.

4. “Homilies” for the Sundays of October 1998 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 98/11-12 (1998): 46-57.

3. “Homilies” for the Sundays of July 1997 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 97/9 (1997): 33-44.

2. “Homilies” for the Sundays of Nov. 1996 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 97/1 (1996): 33-43.

1. “Homilies” for the Sundays of June 1995 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 95/8 (1995): 33-41.

 

 

Translations

 

Editorial Positions

 

Research Interests

 

Teaching Experience (courses offered)

 

Professional Addresses

  1. "The Possibility of Impartiality: Comment-Response to Prof. Vernon J. Bourke on 'The Ethical Role of the Impartial Observer" St. Louis Univ. Phil. Dept. Colloquium Series, Nov. 18, 1977.
  2. "Philosophy and the Faith: The Proofs for the Existence of God" "Conferences on Apologetics at the Catholic Central Union, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1978 and Oct. 1979.
  3. "Augustine's Discovery of the Will" invited lecture to the St. Edmund Campion Society, St. Louis University, Sept. 1980.
  4. "On Arguing Questions of Justice"  invited lecture at Xavier Univ., Cincinnati, Ohio, March 24, 1983.
  5. "Freedom as a Condition for Truth: Jaspers on the Significance of Temporality in Science" at the World Congress of Philosophy, Montreal, August 1983.
  6. "The Epistemology of Bernard of Clairvaux" address at the Patristic, Medieval & Renaissance Studies Conference, Villanova University, September 1983.
  7. "A Comparison of the Philosophies of History of Dawson, Jaspers, and Maritain" address at the Society for Christian Culture Conference, Houston, February 1984.  Organizer of the Conference.
  8. "Certain Essential Aspects of Human Intelligence"  invited paper delivered at the Conference on Artificial Intelligence of ITEST, St. Louis, Mo., March 1984.
  9. "Jaspers's Philosophy of Science" address at the Catholic Philosophical Association, Pittsburgh, April 1984.
  10. "Aquinas on Error" - address at the Patristic, Medieval & Renaissance Conference, Villanova, September 1985.
  11. "St. Thomas's Theory of the Passions: A Dispassionate Appraisal" invited address at the Thomas More Institute, Merrimack, N.H., February 13, 1987. (Invited Paper)
  12. "The Stoicism of Epictetus" address to the Faculty of Loyola College, February 20, 1987 (Invited Paper)
  13. "Boethius on Universals" invited lecture at Georgetown University, January 1990
  14. "Religious Metaphysics in Antiquity" presentation on Von Balthasar's The Glory of the Lord, vol. 4, at the Jesuit Philosophical Assn., Toronto, March 1990.
  15. "The Doctrine of Participation in Thomistic Metaphysics" address at the American Maritain Association Conference on "The Future of Thomisms" Fordham Univ., Oct. 1990.
  16. "The Book of Wisdom as a Biblical Approach to Natural Law" short presentation and discussion at the Jesuit Philosophical Association, San Diego CA, March 1992.
  17. "A Biblical Approach to Natural Law" lecture at the American Maritain Association meeting in Kansas City, November 1992.  
  18. "Boethius on Universals" paper (read in absentia by Sr. Joan Franks) at the ACPA Round Table, St. John's Univ., Jamaica NY, April 3, 1993.
  19. "Reflections on the Structure of Thomas's Five Ways" - address at the Patristic, Medieval & Renaissance Conference, Villanova, October 1993.
  20. "Religion as the Root of Culture" invited address at the Wethersfield Institute Conference on Christopher Dawson, New York, October 1993. (Invited Paper)
  21. "Unreliable Tools: Postmodernism and Religion" - address at the American Maritain Association meeting, Dallas, November 1993.  Also delivered as a Philosophy Department Colloquium at Fordham University, February 1994.
  22. "Jaspers on Anselm and Cusa" - address at the North American Jaspers Society, American Philosophical Association, Atlanta, December 1993
  23. "Response" to Arthur Madigan's Paper on "The Moral Philosophy in Part III of the Catechism" at the conference on "The Moral and Social Thought of John Paul II" at Canisius College, Buffalo, August 1994
  24. "Recognizing One of Aquinas's Debts to Neoplatonism" - lecture at the Global and Multicultural Dimensions of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy Conference (Institute of Global Cultural Studies) at Binghamton University, SUNY, October 16, 1994.   Same lecture delivered for the Fordham University Medieval Studies Program, September 19, 1995
  25. "The General Theory of Authority and the Protection of Human Rights" - American Maritain Association annual meeting, New York University, Nov. 10, 1994
  26. "Natural Law in the Thought of C. S. Lewis" - invited address to the C. S. Lewis Society of New York, New York City, February 10, 1995
  27. "The Problem of the Divine Ideas in Thomas Aquinas's De Veritate" - invited lecture at St. Thomas More College in Merrimac, N.H., March 31, 1995
  28. "The Aristotelian Heritage of John of Damascus" - lecture at the Conference on Medieval Studies of the University of Virginia, Wise VA, September 29, 1995
  29. "The Doctrine of Participation in Aquinas's Commentary on St. John" - lecture at the Global and Multicultural Dimensions of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy Conference (Institute of Global Cultural Studies) at Binghamton University, SUNY, October 22, 1995
  30. "Personhood and the Problem of Abortion" -- invited lecture in the New York Catholic Forum series on the Life Issues, New York City, November 14, 1995
  31. "Restoring the Ideal of Development to the Idea of Education" -- lecture at the American Maritain Association annual meeting, College of Charleston, Charleston SC, November 30, 1995
  32. "Response" at the Karl Jaspers Society of North America" to papers by Hope Fitz and John Lachs - New York, in conjunction with the American Philosophical Assn., December 29, 1995
  33. "Can There Be Freedom Without Authority?" (lecture to the general public), "John Damascene's Philosophical Defense of Icons" (philosophy department colloquium), and "Natural Law in the Wisdom of Solomon" (lecture to the general faculty).  Visiting
    Scholar at the University of St. Thomas, Houston TX, March 5-10, 1996.
  34. "The Doctrine of Participation in Aquinas' Commentary on John" - lecture at the meeting of the St. Thomas Aquinas Society, held in conjunction with the American Catholic Philosophical Association) - Los Angeles CA, March 23, 1996
  35. "Response" to "Christian Identity in Augustine's Confessions- by Christopher Thompson at the American Catholic Philosophical Association, Los Angeles CA, March 24, 1996
  36. "Neoplatonism in Plotinus, Augustine, and John Scotus Eriugena" - invited lecture at C.U.N.Y. Graduate Center, New York City, April 12, 1996
  37. "Response" to Robert Spitzer at the Fourth Bi-Annual Jesuit Conference on the Thought of John Paul II" - at Georgetown University, August 3,1996
  38. "Aquinas's Use of Damascene's De Fide Orthodoxa" - lecture at the American Maritain Association, Tempe Arizona, November 2, 1996
    "Jaspers on Idealism and Realism" -- lecture at the Karl Jaspers Society of North America, Atlanta GA, in conjunction with the American Philosophical Association, December 27, 1996
  39. "Ethics and Genetics: Engineering the Perfect Baby?" and "Power and Authority: A Crucial Distinction" - invited lectures at Wheeling Jesuit College, March 5-6, 1997
  40. "Unexpected Philosophical Progress: The Origins of the Concept of the Person" -- presentation at the Jesuit Philosophical Association"- Buffalo, New York, March 21, 1997.
  41. "Catholicism and American Liberalism: A Discussion of Robert H. Bork's Slouching Towards Gomorrah: Modern Liberalism and American Decline -- participant in the panel-discussion (Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, meeting in conjunction with the American Catholic Philosophical Association) Buffalo NY, March 21, 1997
  42. "Some Contributions of Bonaventure and Aquinas to Dante" -- paper at the conference on "The Virgin Mary in Italian Literature" at Fordham University, Lincoln Center, April 11, 1997
  43. "Eriugena on the Soul: One of the Inner Struggles of Christian Neoplatonism" -- lecture at the Patristic, Medieval, & Renaissance Studies Conference at Villanova Univ., Sept. 12, 1997
  44. "Thomistic Philosophy and Seminary Education" -- lecture at the "Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies Conference" at Villanova University, Sept. 13, 1997
  45. "Response" to Prof. Merold Westphal's "Appropriating Postmodernism" at the Philosophy Department's Inaugural Lecture, Fordham University, Sept. 17, 1997
  46. "Veritatis Splendor: What’s New and What’s True" -- invited lecture at Marquette University, Milwaukee WI, October 2, 1997
  47. "An Introduction to John Paul II's Thinking: The Central Themes" - keynote speaker at the 1997 Wethersfield Institute on "The Thought of Pope John Paul II and the Future of Catholicism" at the Donnell Library, Manhattan, October 10, 1997
  48. "The Arts and Authority" - lecture at the American Maritain Association meeting in Boston, Mass. October 23, 1997
  49. "The Christian Appropriation of Neoplatonic Doctrines of the Soul" -- lecture at the Conference on Medieval Studies, Binghamton University, October 26, 1997
  50. "The Problem of the Divine Ideas in Aquinas's de Veritate" -- lecture at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, Steubenville, Ohio, Nov. 7, 1997
  51. "Response" to "Technology and the Poetics of ‘Life: Heidegger, Holderlin, and Kant" by Jennifer Anna Gosetti at the Karl Jaspers Society of North America session in conjunction with the American Philosophical Association meeting in Philadelphia, Pa. December 29, 1997.
  52. "Augustine's Confessions" - eight lectures for the Wethersfield Institute at the Chase Bank Building, Manhattan, March-June 1998
  53. "Jaspers on the Idea of the University" at the International Karl Jaspers Society meetings in conjunction with the World Congress of Philosophy, Boston, August 12, 1998
  54. "Response" to "Natural Law and Human Rights: the Person, the Family, and the State" by Prof. Michel Schooyans - The Jacques Maritain Lecture series on the Natural Law, held at the United Nations, May 27, 1998
  55. "Response" to the lecture by Ken Woodward at the Fordham University Symposium on Fides et Ratio - Walsh Library, Rose Hill Campus, March 2, 1999
  56. "Dante on Being True to Oneself" and "Whether Universal Truths Exist for the 21st Century" - a pair of invited lectures as the 1999 Visiting Scholar at Walsh University, Akron OH
  57. "Recent Controversies Concerning the Natural Law" - invited lecture at a symposium of the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program at New York University: "Degrees of Truth: Current Controversies Concerning Aquinas" - April 30, 1999
  58. "Strategies for Discussing Plato's Apology"  - presentation for Fordham University Faculty in the 1999-2000 Freshman Advising Program - McGinley Center, August 25, 1999
  59. "Response" to Prof. Gowans's paper "A Priori Responses to Disagreement Arguments against Moral Objectivity: Why Experience Matters" at the Philosophy Department's annual "Inaugural Lesson," Fordham University, September 30, 1999
  60. "The Jesuits and Thomism" - address at the Patristic, Mediaeval, and Renaissance Studies Conference, Villanova University, October 9, 1999
  61. "The Challenges of Fides et Ratio" – invited lecture at Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio – October 16, 1999
  62. "The Metaphysics of Fides et Ratio" - lecture for the Committee on Priestly Formation, meeting in conjunction with the American Catholic Philosophical Association, St. Paul MN, November 5, 1999
  63. "Harvesting Organs: Is Brain Death Really Death? A Disputed Question for Audience Debate" - presentation at the Society for the Philosophy of Human Life Issues, at the American Philosophical Association, Boston, December 28, 1999
  64. "Dante on the Question of Free Will" - invited lecture at the College of St. Francis, Brooklyn, NY, March 7, 2000
  65. "Providence and History in Medieval Thought" - invited lecture for the Intercollegiate Studies Institute Honors Program, Philadelphia PA, June 6, 2000
  66. "Discussion of Fides et Ratio" at the Biannual Jesuit Seminar on the Thought of Pope John Paul II, Xavier University, Cincinnati OH, August 6, 2000
  67. "Augustine's Debt to Neoplatonism" - paper delivered at the Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Conference, Villanova University, September 23, 2000
  68. "The Social Teaching of Pope John Paul II" - invited lecture for the Wall Street Catholic Young Adult Club, Manhattan, October 18, 2000
  69. "Ordering the Passions" - paper delivered for the Natural Law Society (meeting at the American Catholic Philosophical Association), Dallas, TX, November 3, 2000
  70. "Commentary" on the lecture by Prof. Robert P. George, "Natural Law, Judicial Review, and Constitutional Interpretation" at the Natural Law Colloquium at the Fordham University Law School, Manhattan, November 20, 2000.
  71. "The Dream of the Siren in Purgatorio XIX: Dramatizing the Thomistic Philosophical Account of Desire, Attraction, and Freedom Choice" - invited lecture at the University of Padova (Italy), November 24, 2000.
  72. "A Trio of Problems: the Nature of God, the Nature of Evil, and the Nature of Free Choice in Augustine's Confessions VII" - invited lecture at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, February 23, 2001
  73. "The Relation of Faith and Reason in Pope John Paul II's Fides et Ratio" - invited lecture at Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN, March 15, 2001
  74. "Papal Social Teachings" - The 2001 Wethersfield Institute Lectures, Manhattan (April 18, 25, May 2, 16, 30, June 13, 27)
  75. "Philosophical Principles in Papal Social Teachings" - invited lecture for the Catholic Studies Program at Loyola College, Baltimore MD, October 16, 2001; same lecture at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul MN, April 4, 2001
  76. "The Problem of Formal and Material Cooperation with Evil" - invited lecture for the Agnus Dei Council of the Knights of Columbus, Manhattan, October 30, 2001
  77. "Natural Law Theory and the Charge of the Naturalistic Fallacy" - invited presentation to the Department of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul MN, April 5, 2002
  78. "Response" to Gwynn Markle, "Conscience and the Critical Potential of Hegel’s Social Theory" and to "David Zinn," The Incommensurability of Scientific Theories: A Semblance of Subjectivity" for the Fordham Philosophical Society’s symposium on "Truth and Interpretation" at Fordham University, November 13, 2002
  79. "Jaspers's Models for Freedom in Philosophie, Vol. 2" - lecture for the Karl Jaspers Society of North America, meeting in conjunction with the American Philosophical Association, Philadelphia PA, December 28, 2002
  80. "Human Cloning" - participant in a panel-discussion at the Makor Center (sponsored by the 92nd Street Y and by The New Republic, Manhattan on March 27, 2003
  81. "Response" to Colleen McCluskey, "Aquinas on Malice" at the American Philosophical Association, Central Division, Cleveland OH, April 25, 2003
  82. "Dante's Debt to Aquinas in Purgatorio 16-19" - invited lecture at Christendom College, Front Royal, VA - October 6, 2003
  83. "Medical and Ethical Issues on Stem Cells and Cloning" - lecture at the Respect Life Conference of the Archdiocese of New York at Dunwoodie Seminary, Yonkers, NY - Oct. 18, 2003
  84. "Model Syllabi for Teaching Natural Law Ethics" - lecture for the Committee on Priestly Formation at the American Catholic Philosophical Association conference in Houston TX, November 1, 2003
  85. "Catholic Social Teaching in the Papal Encyclicals: The Philosophical Principles" -  invited lecture for the Catholic Studies Program at the University of Scranton - Nov. 6, 2003. Similar lecture at St. John’s University, October 5, 2004; similar lecture for “Theology on Tap of Bronxville” at St. Joseph’s Church of Bronxville NY, November 1, 2005.
  86. “The Gospel of Life: Reflections on Evangelium Vitae” – invited lectures for the Diocese of Charlotte NC in St. Peter’s Church in Charlotte NC, in St. Michael’s Church in Gastonia NC, and St. Eugene’s Church in Ashville NC – March 12-13, 2004.
  87. “Plato’s Parable of Misology and Misanthropy in the Phaedo” – for the panel “Storytelling across the Disciplines” at the NYU Roundtable “Perspectives on Storytelling,” New York University, October 1, 2004.
  88. “The Need for Philosophy in Theology” – for the panel on “Philosophy in the Seminary Curriculum” at the NCEA Convention in Philadelphia, PA – March 30, 2005.
  89. “The Catholic Church’s Teaching on ‘End of Life’ Ethics” – lecture sponsored by the Diocese of Charlotte NC in Immaculate Conception Church in Hendersonville NC on Aug. 10, 2005; in St. Gabriel Catholic Church in Charlotte NC on Aug. 11, 2005; in St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Charlotte NC on Aug. 12, 2005; and in Holy Family Church in Clemmons NC on Aug. 13, 2005.
  90. “Catholic Social Teaching: The Case of Gaudium et Spes” – lecture at the annual conference of the American Maritain Association in Washington, D.C., October 13, 2005.
  91. “The Use of Philosophical Principles in Catholic Social Teaching” – presentation to the Jesuit Philosophical Association meeting at the University of Notre Dame, October 28, 2005.
  92. “The Place of Philosophy in the New Program of Priest Formation” – panel discussant for the Committee on Priestly Formation at the American Catholic Philosophical Association meeting at the University of Notre Dame, IN, October 29, 2005.
  93. “Failed Politician? Successful Statesman.  Thomas More on Conscience” – lecture at the University of Dallas Conference on St. Thomas More, Irving TX, Nov. 4, 2005.
  94. “The Use of Philosophical Arguments in Catholic Social Encyclicals" – lecture to the Philosophy Club at St. Francis College, Brooklyn NY, Nov. 17, 2005.
  95. “Natural Law and Bias Reduction” – lecture for CLE credit, sponsored by the St. Thomas More Society of Orange CA, January 14, 2006.
  96. “The Concept of Nature in Natural Law Theory” – lecture at Ave Maria University, Naples FL, January 26, 2006.
  97. “Natural Law and Personalism as Philosophical Approaches within Catholic Social Thought” – lecture at Ave Maria University, Naples FL, January 27, 2006.
  98. “Pope John Paul II’s Use of Natural Law and Personalism for Catholic Social Thought” – lecture at the conference on “Truth, Life, and Solidarity: Philosophical Perspectives on the Thought of Pope John Paul II” at Boston College, Feb. 24, 2006.
  99. “The Use of Natural Law Ethics and Personalism in Pope John Paul II’s Social Teaching” – at the conference on “John Paul II’s Jurisprudential Legacy” at St. John’s University Law School, Jamaica NY, March 23, 2006.
  100. Panelist on “Economic Justice and Welfare Reform” at the Conference on “Prudential Judgment, Public Policy, and the Catholic Social Tradition” – Terrence J. Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law, and Public Policy – University of St. Thomas Law School, Minneapolis MN, April 8, 2006.
  101. “Stories Are Not Enough: The Church’s Choice to Make Use of Greek Philosophy” – lecture at the Conference on the Thought of Pope Benedict XVI” at Fordham University, Bronx NY, June 19, 2006.
  102. Presenter and Moderator for the “Consortium for Educational Advancement” – Colloquium on “Christian Education in America: Prospects and Problems for Catholic and Evangelical Cooperation” at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Manhattan, July 11, 2006
  103. “The Concept of Nature in Natural Law Ethics” – theWilliam Rossner Visiting Scholar Lecture at Rockhurst University, Kansas City MO, September 20, 2006.
  104. “Dirty Hands: The Problem of Cooperation with Evil in Thomas More’s History of Richard III” – lecture at the conference on History of Richard III at the University of Dallas, Dallas TX, November 4, 2006.
  105. “The Concept of Person as a Unifying Theme in Seminary Teaching of Philosophy and Theology” – lecture at St. Charles Seminary, Philadelphia PA, November 17, 2006.
  106. “The Use of the Idea of Nature in Morality” – lecture at Wheaton College, Chicago IL on November 30, 2006 and at Bethel College (Indiana) on December 1, 2006.
  107. “La Philosophie américane du droit et de l’état: enjeux contemporains” – lecture (in English with simultaneous French translation) at l’Université Montesquieu Bordeau IV in Bordeaux, France, December 14, 2006.
  108. “Problèmes particuliers: Droit naturel et le problème de l’autonomie en bioéthique” – lecture (in English with simultaneous French translation) at l’Université Montesquieu Bordeau IV in Bordeaux, France, December 15, 2006.
  109. Aquinas on the Sacrament of Marriage at Ave Maria University – February 1, 2007; response to Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J.
  110. “The Problem of Dirty Hands: Some Ethical Guidelines” – lecture for the IPED Program, Fordham University, February 8, 2007.
  111. “Natural Law: What Is It?” – lecture for the 2007-2008 ISI Honors Program, “Law in the Western Tradition: Common, Constitutional, Natural, and Divine” – Quebec City, Canada, June 26, 2007.
  112. “Human Nature in Catholic Thought,” lecture at the Georgist-Catholic Dialogue, University of Scranton in Scranton PA – July 26, 2007.
  113. “The Concept of Justice in Classical Natural Law Theory,” lecture at the World Congress of Jesuits in Philosophy,” Frankfurt, Germany – Augustine, 2007.
  114. “The Concept of Personhood in the Abortion Debate” – lecture for Life Institute at Lemington Spa, England – September 2007.
  115. “Abortion: Why Not?” – lecture for Life Institute; same lecture at Bath, Bristol, Gloucester, and Exeter, England – September 2007.
  116. “Current Themes in Natural Law Ethics” – The Bradley Lecture, Belmont Abbey College, Charlotte NC – October 8, 2007.
  117. “The History of the University Faculty for Life Organization” – lecture at the Conference of the Society for Catholic Social Scientists” at St. John’s University, Queens NY – October 26, 2007.
  118. “Making Informed End-of-Life Decisions” – lecture for the “Conference on Catholic Teaching on Medical Ethics” – Needham, MA – October 27, 2007.
  119. “Augustine’s City of God” – eight lectures for the Wethersfield Institute, Manhattan – October through December, 2007.
  120. “The Theology of Natural Family Planning” – address at the conference on “Humanae Vitae: 40 Years Later” – Feb. 1, 2008 – Ave Maria University, Ave Maria FL.
  121. "Natural Law Reasoning" -- four lectures for the Joseph Fletcher Society -- Feb. 15-17, 2008 -- Columbus OH.
  122. "Natural Law in Contemporary Moral Theology" -- March 31, 2008 -- St Charles Borromeo Seminary, Cleveland OH.
  123. “Thomas More’s Utopia on Conscience and Statesmen” – lecture for the Seattle Chesterton Society, Seattle WA – April 16, 2008.
  124. “Idealism and Realism: What They Can Learn from One Another” – lecture for the Conference on Metaphysics and Epistemology at Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski University, Warsaw, Poland – April 22, 2008.
  125. “Natural Law Ethics: Recent Trends” – lecture at Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski University, Warsaw, Poland – April 23, 2008.
  126. “Natural Law Ethics in Catholic Social Teaching” – lecture at Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski University, Warsaw Poland – April 24, 2008, and at the Redemptorist Seminary, Cracow, Poland, April 25, 2008.
  127. “The Thought of Cardinal Newman” – seven lectures for the Wethersfield Institute, Manhattan – September and October, 2008.
  128. “Augustine’s Doctrine of the Two Cities” – inaugural lecture for the Augustinian Lecture Series, Assumption College, Worcester MA – October 21, 2008.
  129. “The City of God and the City of Man: Augustine’s Argument and Some Applications for Today” – lecture at St. Vincent College, Latrobe PA – October 22, 2008.
  130. “Aquinas on the Passions” – lecture at the American Catholic Philosophical Association conference, Omaha NE – October 31, 2008.
  131. “Cardinal Newman’s Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent: Some Suggestions for Seminary Education” – lecture for the Committee on Priestly Formation, American Catholic Philosophical Association, Omaha NE – November 1, 2008.
  132. “Thomas More on Free Choice of the Will” – presentation for the Conference on St. Thomas More, University of Dallas, Irving TX – November 7, 2008.
  133. “The Status of Personalism in Catholic Moral Thinking Today” – address at St. Joseph Seminary, Dunwoodie, Yonkers NY, February 18, 2009.
  134. “Cardinal Newman’s Religious and Intellectual Journey” and “Newman on the Assent of Faith” – two lectures for the Faith and Reason Symposium,” held at Kellenberg Memorial High School, Uniondale NY, February 28, 2009.
  135. “What Does Aristotle Have to Do with Justice?" – lecture for the College of American Family Trial Lawyers Association – Savannah GA, April 25, 2009.
  136. “The Four Senses of Scripture in Benedict XVI’s Jesus of Nazareth,” address to the Jesuit Colloquium on Papal Thought, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. – June 8, 2009.
  137. “Just War Theory and the Common Good” – lecture at the Conference on Just War” sponsored by PRIO (Peace Research Institute/Oslo) in Naples FL – June 27, 2009.
  138. “The Common Good and Human Rights – a Catholic Perspective” – lecture at the Pastoral Center for the Diocese of Charlotte in Charlotte NC – June 29, 2009; same lecture repeated at the Church of Church of the Immaculate Conception in Hendersonville NC on the evening of June 29, 2009.
  139. “The Doctrine of the Transcendentals in Medieval Philosophy” – Inaugural Lecture, Philosophy Department, Fordham University – September 14, 2009.
  140. “Transcendental Bonum and the Problem of Evil” – plenary lecture at the American Maritain Society, Houston TX, October 24, 2009.
  141. “Circe’s Beasts and the Image of God: More’s Creative Appropriation of Pico’s Humanist Spirituality” – lecture at the Conference on St. Thomas More, University of Dallas, Irving TX – November 2009.

 

General Lectures, Addresses, Conferences

  1. "Kristin Lavransdatter: In-Laws and Out-Laws" - address at the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, Chicago, March 1984.
  2. "Temptations to Rationalism" - address at the Society for Christian Culture Conference, Steubenville, Oct. 1986
  3. "Fourteenth Century Messianic Expectations" - address at the Conference on Dante and the Tradition of Christian Culture, Baltimore, October 10, 1987.  Co-chair of the Conference
  4. "The Historicity of the Scriptures" - Adult education group, Diocese of Rochester, New York, February 1988
  5. "Jesuit Spirituality and Baroque Art" - paper (read in absentia by John Mulloy) at the Conference on Baroque Culture, University of Steubenville, October 8, 1988
  6. "Newman and the Oxford Movement" - address at the Centennial Dawson Seminar, "Christening Culture,"  Elmbrook University Center, Cambridge, Mass., June 2, 1989
  7. "Dawson and the French Revolution" - address, Society for Christian Culture Conference, Steubenville, Oct. 1989
  8. "Religion and Jung's Idea of the Unconscious" - at Hartford, Ct., April 1990.
  9. "Sigrid Undset's World" - Dawson Seminar, Embrook Center, Cambridge, Mass., May 30, 1990
  10. "Chesterton Re-Appraised as a Social Thinker" - address at the 10th annual Fordham Chesterton Conf., Nov. 1990
  11. "In Luther's Backyard: Pierre Favre SJ and the first generation of Jesuits in Germany" - address to the St. Thomas More Society of Boston College, Nov. 1990
  12. "Is Jungian Psychology Compatible with Christianity?" - lecture to the St. Thomas More Society of Boston College, Feb. 1992
  13. "Have You Ever Read Roe v. Wade?  An analysis of Supreme Court Abortion Decisions" - lecture for the Boston College pro-life group, March 1992
  14. "Learning from the Book of Wisdom" - address at the Campion Club, Scranton, Pa., December 1993
  15. "Authority" - seven lectures for the Wethersfield Institute, Helmsley Hotel, January-March 1994: "Why the Idea of Authority Troubles So Many Today," "...And He Taught with Authority," "Moral Matters," "Church and State," "The Origins and Limits of Legitimate State Authority," The Family: Genuine Authority vs. Personal Domination," and "Personal Development and Authority"
  16. "Authentic Worship" - address for the Christifideles organization, April 24, 1994, Marriott Hotel, Manhattan
  17. "Authority and Obedience" - New York Catholic Forum, Sept. 14, 1994
  18. "So Many Words!  What Did Pope John Paul II Really Say in His Encyclicals?" - address to "Americans United for the Pope" at Massapequa, NY, Oct.14, 1994
  19. "The Creed: Part I of the New Catechism of the Catholic Church" - lecture at St. Thomas More Church, Manhattan, Nov. 1, 1994
  20. "Blessed Peter Favre" - lecture to the Fordham Alumni Sodality, Nov. 19, 1994
  21. "Papal Authority" - lecture to the Christifideles Association, St. Agnes Chapel, Manhattan, Nov. 27, 1994
  22. "Examination of Conscience" -  lecture at St. Anthony's Church, Hawthorne, N.J. - March 12, 1995.  Same lecture at the Midwest Catholic Home Education Conference, Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky, September 2, 1995; at the Inter-Varsity Christian Grad Fellowship, Columbia University, Feb. 9, 1996; at St. Mary's Parish, Katona NY, April 25, 1996; at Queen's Court Residential College, Fordham University, October 24, 1996; at Milwaukee Family Life Council meeting, October 4, 1997; Thornwood Conference
    Center, New York, November 15, 1997; Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, Massapequa Park NY, March 21, 1998; at the Fairfield County Chapter of Legatus, Greenwich CT, June 8, 1999
  23. "Grace, Sin, and Guilt" - lecture to the Wall Street Catholic Young Adult Club, Manhattan, March 15, 1995
  24. "Scholarship, Loyalty and Service: The Example of Father Joseph Fitzpatrick, S.J." - address at the Alpha Sigma Nu induction ceremony on March 27, 1995, Fordham University
  25. "The Problem of Evil and the Book of Wisdom" for the College At Sixty Lecture Series, Fordham University, Lincoln Center, March 28, 1995. Same lecture delivered on April 9th for the "Spring Conference" for high school seniors accepted to Fordham College and their parents, and in a modified version for the "Fordham Firsthand" programs on March 31 and April 21st, and on May 9th for the Fordham University Kiwanis Club
  26. "Human Rights and the Natural Law" - lecture at Dean's Day, Fordham University, April 22, 1995
  27. "On Being Men and Women for Others After Graduation" - after-dinner speech at the Senior Awards Banquet, Fordham University, May 1, 1995
  28. "The Mystery Hidden for the Ages in God" - eight lectures for the Wethersfield Institute at the Helmsley Hotel, New York City, March-May 1996.
  29. "In the Footsteps of Dante and Aquinas" - lecture at the Alumni College Day, Fordham University, April 20, 1996
  30. "The Meaning of the Human Body" - keynote address at the Natural Family Planning Conference, St. Cloud MN, September 7, 1996
  31. "Holiness of Life" - address to "Americans United for the Pope" at Massapequa NY, September 12, 1996
  32. "Bringing Original Sin Out of the Repair Shop" - lecture for the Fordham University Kiwanis Club, October 23, 1996
  33. "The Four Last Things" - 1st annual "Last Lecture" for the Fordham University Honors Program, Nov. 21, 1996; same lecture for Fordham Alumni Sodality, May 18, 1997
  34. "Priestly Celibacy" - interview on "The Crier Report," Fox News Channel, Jan.16, 1997
  35. "The Sanctity of Life" - lecture for the Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship" at Columbia University, February 14, 1997
  36. "Loyalty: Some Insights from Dante" - address at the Alpha Sigma Nu induction ceremony on March 20, 1997 at Fordham University.
  37. "Biblical Wisdom Literature" - eight lectures for the Wethersfield Institute at the Helmsley Hotel, New York City, March-May 1997.  Summary of this material as a lecture at the Phi Sigma Tau (National Honor Society in Philosophy) Induction Ceremony at Fordham University, May 2, 1997.
  38. "Dante's Inner Journey" - lecture at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, Monticello NY, in the New York Council for the Humanities Speakers in the Humanities Program, July 16, 1997
  39. "The Bible's Wisdom Books" - lecture at the "Alumni College Day XVII" at Fordham University, Bronx NY, Sept. 27, 1997
  40. "Contraception: Why Not" - lecture for the Marquette University Respect Life Club, Milwaukee WI, October 3, 1997
  41. "The Christian Meaning of Human Sexuality" - lecture for the Respect Life Group of St. Catherine of Bologna Parish, Ringwood NJ, October 11, 1997
  42. "Salvation and the Sacraments" - keynote lecture at the Conference on Evangelization at the University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, October 31, 1997
  43. "Is Everything in the Bible True?" - lecture for the Narnia Club, New York City, November 4, 1997; same lecture at St. Gregory's Parish, New York City, November 15, 1997
  44. "The Reliability of the Gospels" - lecture at St. Gregory's Parish, Manhattan, March 4, 1998
  45. "Augustine's Confessions VII: Philosophical Discoveries Remove a Roadblock for Faith" - lecture at the "Alumni College Day XVIII" at Fordham University, Sept. 26, 1998
  46. "Even Philosophy Can Be a Way to the Father: An Introduction to the Thought of Pope John Paul II" - lecture at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia PA, October 16, 1998
  47. "Christian Philosophy Through the Eyes of a Poet: Dante’s Purgatorio Canto 18" - lecture at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia PA, October 16, 1998
  48. "Fides et Ratio: Pope John Paul II’s Latest Encyclical" - lecture to the Fordham Alumni Sodality, October 18, 1998
  49. "Praying through Scripture" - lecture at St. Gregory's Parish, Manhattan, February 24, 1999
  50. "Christian Art" -  address for the Fordham University Communion Breakfast, February 28, 1999;  same lecture at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Bronx NY, June 11, 2000
  51. "Dante and the Tradition of Christian Culture" - eight lectures for the Wethersfield Institute at the Chase Bank Building, New York City, March May 1999
  52. "Dante’s Inner Journey" - lecture at the Maspeth Public Library, Queen NY (New York Council for the Humanities Lecture Program), March 27, 1999
  53. "The Attributes of God"  and "The Worship of the Father" - a pair of addresses at the Seventh Annual New York Archdiocesan Rosary Congress - "One God and Father of Al" - Spellman High School, Bronx NY, April 23-24, 1999
  54.  "Dante's Divine Comedy: How to Solve a Mid-Life Crisis" - lecture at the "Alumni College Day XIX" at Fordham University, Bronx NY, Sept.25, 1999
  55. "Paolo Segneri: the Seventeenth-Century Background" - lecture at SUNY-Stony Brook, Book Presentation at the Center for Italian Studies, February 24, 2000
  56. "St. Thomas More and Catholic Humanism" - eight lectures for the Wethersfield Institute at the Chase Bank Building, New York City, February-April 2000
  57. "The Cosmological Vision of C.S. Lewis in The Discarded Image" - invited lecture for the C.S. Lewis Society of New York, March 10, 2000
  58. "Too Embarrassed to Pray? Techniques of Personal Prayer" - lecture for the St. Michael's Men's Association, Greenwich CT, March 15, 2000
  59. "Examination of Conscience" - lecture for the Legatus Chapter of Western Michigan, Grand Rapids MI, March 23, 2000; same lecture for the Marian Conference held at St. Gertrude's Parish, Bayville NY, March 25, 2000; same lecture at the Church of the Magdalen, Pocantico Hills, NY, April 2, 2000; same lecture for the Legatus Chapter of St. Louis Missouri, April 18, 2000; same lecture at the St. John Neumann Residence, Bronx NY, October 7, 2000.
  60. "The Spirituality of Dante's Divine Comedy" -  four lectures at Ave Maria College, Ypsilanti MI, November 10-11, 2000
  61. "Thomas More's Utopia" - lecture for the Golden Jubilee of the Church of St. Thomas More, Manhattan, December 6, 2000
  62. "Karol Wojtyla's Love and Responsibility" - invited lecture for the Catholic Campus Ministry at Columbia University, February 15, 2001
  63. "St. Thomas More: Patron of Statesmen" - invited lecture at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, February 23, 2001
  64. "Catholic Social Teachings" - invited lecture at the Archdiocesan Young Adults Congress, April 28, 2001, Manhattan
  65. "Inspiration from Christian Art" - address for the Phi Beta Kappa Initiation Ceremony, Fordham University, May 11, 2001
  66. "Marriage and the Theology of the Body" - invited lecture of the Manhattan Chapter of Legatus, Union League Club, New York City, April 5, 2001; same lecture at the Morris County Chapter of Legatus, Morristown NJ, May 31, 2000
  67. "St. Thomas More and Conscience" - invited lecture at the Church of St. Thomas More, Manhattan, June 26, 2001 and at the Church of St. Gregory the Great, Manhattan, April 3, 2003
  68. "John Paul II on Culture" - invited lecture at The Kosciuszko Foundation, Manhattan, November 30, 2001
  69. "St. Thomas More: A Model and Patron for Lawyers" - invited lecture at the Todd Lincoln House, Manhattan, December 13, 2001
  70. "The Hidden Treasure of Catholic Social Teachings" - presentation for the Induction Ceremony of the Fordham Chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu, April 15, 2002
  71. "Matteo Ricci and The Art of Memory" - presentation for the Matteo Ricci Society at Fordham University, April 26, 2002
  72. "Biblical Wisdom-Literature and the Problem of Evil" - a lecture sponsored by the New York Council for the Humanities: delivered at the Mid-Island YJCC, Plainview NY on May 8, 2002; same lecture at the Gomez Mill House, Marlboro NY on July 28, 2002; same
    lecture at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, Monticello NY on July 31, 2002.
  73. "Christian Art and the Inspiration of the Holy Spirit" - a lecture delivered at St. Mary's in Katonah NY, May 11, 2002
  74. "On Forming a Catholic Conscience" - a lecture for "Theology on Tap" - Stamford CT on Feb. 13, 2003 and in Manhattan NY on March 10, 2003
  75. "John Paul II's Views on Human Personhood" for the "Spirituality and Medicine Conference" of the Philadelphia Catholic Medical Association, Philadelphia PA on June 28, 2003
  76. "The Courageous Witness of St. John Fisher" - invited lecture of the Guild of Catholic Lawyers, Church of Our Savior, Manhattan NY, Oct. 3, 2003
  77. "The Legacy of Pope John Paul II" - invited lecture at Central Connecticut State University, New Britain CT, October 23, 2003; same lecture for "Theology on Tap" - Manhattan NY on October 27, 2003; same lecture at Begen Community College, December 11, 2003.
  78. “The Christian Meaning of Human Sexuality” – lecture for the Conference on Human Sexuality, Health Care, and the Catholic Church, sponsored by the Wisconsin and Chicago Guilds of the Catholic Medical Association, at Marquette University, Milwaukee WI – June 11, 2004.
  79. “Krysztof Kieslowski’s Decalogue 3: An Introduction to the Film” – brief lecture on the third film as part of a year-long film series at Fordham University – October 12, 2004.
  80. “An Introduction to St. Thomas Aquinas” – lecture sponsored by the Catholic Campus Ministry at Columbia University, New York City – October 17, 2004.
  81. “Moral Relativism” – lecture at “Theology-on-Tap” in Manhattan – October 18, 2004.
  82. “John Paul II on the Theology of Suffering” at the “Jews and the Church” Conference, Manhattan  – March 19, 2005.
  83. “Old Covenant, New Covenant” at the “Jews and the Church” Conference, Manhattan – March 19, 2005.
  84. “Jesuit Spirituality in Jesuit Education” at Loyola College, Baltimore MD – March 21, 2005.
  85. “How Far May We Go? The Difference between Material and Formal Cooperation with Evil” – lecture for Theology-on-Tap in Greenwich CT – March 31, 2005.
  86. “The Importance of Conscience Formation for St. Thomas More” – invited lecture for the St. Thomas More Society Annual Dinner, Wilmington DE – May 15, 2005.
  87. “Aquinas’s Eucharistic Hymns” – invited lecture at St. Paul’s Bookstore in Manhattan, May 19, 2005.  Same lecture at St. Paul’s Bookstore in Edison NJ – September 17, 2005
  88. “How to Read a Difficult Text: The Oresteia of Aeschylus” – presentation for Freshman Academic Orientation, Fordham University – August 29, 2005.
  89. “Can We Talk? Discussion, Dialogue and Debate in the Catholic Church” – panelist for the discussion organized by the Fordham Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center campus – September 19, 2005.
  90. “The Foundation of the Church” – eight lectures for the Wethersfield Institute at the Church of Our Savior, Manhattan – from September to November 2005
  91. “Understanding the Encyclical Evangelium Vitae" – lecture at St. Matthias Parish, Ridgewood, NY, October 10, 2005.
  92. “Catholic Social Teaching: From Leo XIII to John Paul II" – presentation for the Bronxville NY “Theology on Tap,” Nov. 1, 2005.
  93. “End of Life Issues – The Catholic Approach” – lecture at St. Thomas More parish, Manhattan, February 20, 2006.
  94. “The Question of the Appropriateness of the Vagina Monologues at a Catholic University” – panel discussion at Fordham University, February 27, 2006.
  95. “Thomas More’s Utopia” – keynote address for the John Hopkins University “Odyssey Program” at Fordham University, March 25, 2006.
  96. “The Social Thought of Pope John Paul II” – the same lecture at St. Therese Parish, Mooresville NC, May 22, 2006; at St. Michael’s Parish in Gastonia NC, May 23, 2006; St. Margaret of Scotland Parish, May 24, 2006, and at St. Pius X Parish in Greensboro NC, May 25, 2006.
  97. “Thomas More’s Richard III” – lecture at the Church of St. Thomas More, Manhattan, June 26, 2006.
  98. “The Ignatian Method for the Examination of Conscience” – lecture at Redemptoris Mater Regional Seminary in Guam, July 28, 2006.
  99. “Pierre Favre, S.J., on Reform, Personal and Ecclesial” at the “Ite, Inflammate Omnia” Conference on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, Loyola, Spain on August 24, 2006.
  100. “Catholic Social Teaching: A Philosopher’s Point of View” – lecture for series on “The Church and Social Justice” sponsored by the Guild of Catholic Lawyers at the Church of Our Savior, New York City, – October 6, 2006
  101. “An Introduction to the Thought of Immanuel Kant” – lecture sponsored by the Catholic Campus Ministry at Columbia University, New York City – October 8, 2006.
  102. “Thomas More’s Utopia” – lecture for the Thomas More Society, Diocese of Metuchen, New Jersey – June 21, 2007.
  103. “The Problem of Dirty Hands: Catholic Moral Teaching on Complicity and Cooperation with Evil” – same lecture at four parishes in the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, September 2007.
  104. “Conscience Formation according to Thomas More” – lecture for Westchester Country Right to Life, New Rochelle NY – September 27, 2007.
  105. "J.S. Mill on Liberty and Utilitarianism: All That Glitters Is Not Gold" -- lecture sponsored by the Catholic Campus Ministry at Columbia University, New York City -- April 13, 2008.
  106. “The Bible’s Answer to the Problem of Human Suffering” – same lecture in various parishes, Diocese of Charlotte, July 31–Aug. 2, 2008.
  107. “Ignatius Loyola’s Rules for Discernment” – lecture for the joint meeting of the Board of Trustees and Board of Regents of Gonzaga University, Spokane WA – October 17, 2008.
  108. “Abortion and Election Politics 2008" – lecture at Creighton University, Omaha NE – October 30, 2008; same lecture for the College Democrats at Fordham University, Bronx NY – October 29, 2008.
  109. “St. Paul and the Right to Life” – lecture for the Bronx Respect Life organization, St. Margaret of Cortona Parish, Bronx NY – December 15, 2008.
  110. “Cardinal Newman’s Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent” – lecture for the Guild of Catholic Lawyers, Manhattan, March 6, 2009.
  111. “St. Thomas More’s Utopia” – lecture at St. Luke’s Parish, Westport CT – March 6, 2009.
  112. “Ignatian Examination of Conscience” – lecture for the Legatus Group of Boston, Weston MA, May 21, 2009.
  113. “The Sacred Heart and the Theology of Reparation” – lecture at the Conference on the Sacred Heart of Jesus at the Church of Our Savior, Manhattan NY – June 20, 2009.
  114. “Dignitas Personae” – lecture sponsored by the Celebrate Life Committee at the Church of St. John, Darien CT – June 21, 2009.
  115. “Dante’s Divine Comedy and Solving the Problems of Life’s Ups and Downs” – two-part conference at the Basilica of St. Lawrence in Ashville NC – June 30, 2009.
  116. “St Paul on Questions of Human Life, Marriage, and Society” – two lectures at the Pastoral Center of the Diocese of Charlotte in Charlotte NC on July 1, 2009; same lectures at the Church of Our Lady of Mercy in Winston Salem NC on July 2, 2009.
  117. “Theology of the Body” – Centro Maria, Manhattan, July 25, 2009.
  118. “Telling the Truth by Stories: C.S. Lewis on Love as a Passion and Love as a Virtue,” address for the C.S. Lewis Society at Douglaston NY, August 9, 2009.
  119. “Reverence for the Eucharist” – addressed for the parishes of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, St. Catharine, and St. Gabriel, at St. Gabriel the Archangel Church, Saddle River NJ, October 17, 2009.
  120. “Pope Benedict XVI’s Spe Salvi” – lecture for Theology on Tap, Bronxville NY, October 20, 2009.
  121. “Pope Benedict XVI’s Jesus of Nazareth” – seven lectures for the Wethersfield Institute, Manhattan, September through November 2009.
  122. “The Evening Blessing” –lecture for the friends of the Spiritual Family of the Work, Manhattan, November 22, 2009.


Discography

 

Book Reviews in Philosophy:

113. Truth about the Good: Moral Norms in the Thought of John Paul II. By Adrian J. Reimers (Ave Maria FL: Sapientia Press, 2011) in International Philosophical Quarterly 52/3 (2012): 384-85.

112. Analogia Entis: On the Analogy of Being, Metaphysics, and the Act of Faith. By Steven A. Long (Notre Dame IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2011) in International Philosophical Quarterly 52/2 (2012): 254-57.

111. Medieval Essays by Etienne Gilson, translated by James Colbert (Eugene OR: Cascade Books, 2011), in International Philosophical Quarterly 52/1 (2012): 123-25.

110. Death and Donation: Rethinking Brain Death as a Means for Procuring Transplantable Organs by D. Scott Henderson (Eugene OR: Pickwick Publications, 2011), inInternational Philosophical Quarterly 51/4 (2011): 532-34.

109. What Literature Teaches Us about Emotion. By Patrick Colm Hogan (New York NY: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2011), in International Philosophical Quarterly 51/3 (2011): 416-18.

108. Church, State, and Society: An Introduction to Catholic Social Doctrine by J. Brian Benestad (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2011) in International Philosophical Quarterly 51/2 (2011): 272-74.

107. Homo Viator: Introduction to the Metaphysic of Hope. By Gabriel Marcel. Translated by
Emma Craufurd and Paul Seaton. South Bend IN: St. Augustine’s Press, 2010) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review (forthcoming).

106. Reason and the Rule of Faith: Conversations in the Tradition with John Paul II, edited by Christopher J. Thompson and Steven A. Long (Lanham MD: University Press of America, 2011) in The Thomist 76/1 (2012): 129-32.

105. The Ethics of Abortion: Women’s Rights, Human Life, and the Question of Justice by Christopher Kaczor (New York NY: Routledge, 2011) in International Philosophical Quarterly 51/1 (2011): 118-20.

104. New Proofs for the Existence of God: Contributions of Contemporary Physics and Philosophy by Robert J. Spitzer. Grand Rapids MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2010 in International Philosophical Quarterly 50/4 (2010): 530-31.

103. The Creative Retrieval of St. Thomas Aquinas: Essays in Thomistic Philosophy, New and Old. By W. Norris Clarke, S.J. Bronx NY: Fordham University Press, 2009 in International Philosophical Quarterly 50/3 (2010): 404-05.

102. Incapacity and Care: Controversies in Healthcare and Research, ed. Helen Watt (Oxford UK: The Linacre Centre, 2009) and Biomedical Research and Beyond: Expanding the Ethics of Inquiry by Christopher O. Tollefsen (New York NY: Routledge, 2008) inInternational Philosophical Quarterly 50/2 (2010): 280-81.

101. Person and Psyche by Kenneth L. Schmitz (Arlington, Va.: The Institute for the Psychological Sciences Press, 2009) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 110/10 (2010): 84-85.

100. Authorship and Publicity before Print: Jean Gerson and the Transformation of Late Medieval Learning by Daniel Hobbins (Philadelphia PA: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 2009) in Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies 85/3 (2010): 688-89.

99. Karol Wojtyla’s Philosophical Legacy, edited by Nancy Mardas Billias, Agnes B. Curry, and George F. McLean (Washington, D.C.: The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2008) in International Philosophical Quarterly 50/1 (2010): 141-44.

98. The Cambridge Companion to Boethius, edited by John Marenbon (New York NY: Cambridge University Press, 2009) in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (2010): 1:13.

97. Redeeming Truth: Considering Faith and Reason, edited by Laurence Paul Hemming and Susan Frank Parsons (Notre Dame IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2007) in ACPQ 83:4 (2009): 619-21.

96. The Nature of Love by Dietrich von Hildebrand, translated by John F. Crosby with John Henry Crosby (South Bend IN: St. Augustine’s Press, 2009) in International Philosophical Quarterly 49/4 (2009): 523-25.

95. The Right to Privacy by Janet E. Smith (Philadelphia PA: The National Catholic Bioethics Center and San Francisco CA: Ignatius Press, 2008) in International Philosophical Quarterly 49/3 (2009): 414-16.

94. On Love and Charity: Readings from the “Commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard” by St. Thomas Aquinas, translated by Peter A. Kwasniewski (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2008) in International Philosophical Quarterly 49/2 (2009): 280-81.

93. Neopragmatism and Theological Reason by G. W. Kimura (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007) in New Blackfriars 90 (2009): 511-13.

92. Aquinas, Ethics, and Philosophy of Religion: Metaphysics and Practice by Thomas Hibbs (Indianapolis and Bloomington IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 2007) in International Philosophical Quarterly 49/1 (2009): 122-24.

91. Aquinas the Augustinian. Edited by Michael Dauphinais, Barry David, and Matthew Levering (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2007) in International Philosophical Quarterly 48/4 (2008): 563-65.

90. For the Love of Wisdom: Essays on the Nature of Philosophy by Josef Pieper, edited by Berthold Wald and translated by Roger Wasserman (San Francisco CA: Ignatius Press, 2004) in International Philosophical Quarterly 48/3 (2008): 412-14.

89. The Person and the Polis: Faith and Values within Secular State, ed. Craig Steven Titus (Arlington VA: The Institute for the Psychological Sciences, 2006) and On Wings of Faith and Reason: The Christian Difference in Culture and Science, ed. Craig Steven Titus (Arlington VA: The Institute for the Psychological Sciences, 2008) in Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly (forthcoming 2009).

88. The Seven Deadly Sins: From Communities to Individuals. Edited by Richard Newhauser. Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2007) in Theological Studies, 69/3 (2008): 687-89..

87. The Prisoner’s Philosophy: Life and Death in Boethius’s Consolation by Joel C. Relihan (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2006) in Journal of the History of Philosophy 46/3 (2008): 272-73.

86. Aims: A Brief Metaphysics for Today by James W. Felt (Notre Dame IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2007) in International Philosophical Quarterly 48/2 (2008): 273-73.

85. Philosophy between Faith and Theology: Addresses to Catholic Intellectuals by Adriaan Theodoor Peperzak (Notre Dame IN: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 2005) in Nova et Vetera 7/1 (2009): 280-84.

84. Reason and the Reasons of Faith, edited by Paul J. Griffiths and Reinhard Hütter (New York and London: T & T Clark, 2005) in The Thomist 72/1 (2008): 154-57.

83. Defending Life: A Moral and Legal Case against Abortion Choice by Francis J. Beckwith (New York NY: Cambridge University Press, 2007) in International Philosophical Quarterly 48/1 (2008): 126-28.

82.  Locke: A Biography by Roger Woolhouse (New York NY: Cambridge University Press, 2007) in International Philosophical Quarterly 47/4 (2007): 495-97.

81. Persons, Humanity, and the Definition of Death by John P. Lizza (Baltimore MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006) in International Philosophical Quarterly 47/3 (2007): 385-87.

80. The Specification of Human Actions in St. Thomas Aquinas by Joseph Pilsner (New York NY: Oxford Univ. Press, 2006) in International Philosophical Quarterly 47/2 (2007): 241-43.

79. Michael Polanyi: Scientist and Philosopher by William Taussig Scott and Martin X. Moleski, S.J. (New York NY: Oxford Univ. Press, 2005) in International Philosophical Quarterly 47/1 (2007): 123-25.

78. God and the Natural Law: A Rereading of Thomas Aquinas by Fulvio Di Blasi (South Bend IN: St. Augustine’s Press, 2006) in Theological Studies 67/2 (2007): 477.

77. Cooperation, Complicity, and Conscience: Problems in Healthcare, Science, Law and Public Policy. Edited by Helen Watt (London UK: The Linacre Centre, 2005) in International Philosophical Quarterly 46/4 (2006): 508-10.

76. The Chronicles of Narnia and Philosophy. Edited by Gregory Bassham and Jerry L. Walls (Chicago IL: Open Court, 2005) in International Philosophical Quarterly 46/3 (2006): 390-92.

75. Defending Human Dignity: John Paul II and Political Realism by Derek S. Jeffreys (Grand Rapids MI: Brazos Press, 2004) in International Philosophical Quarterly 46/2 (2006): 248-50.

74. Promising and the Good by Guy Mansini, O.S.B.  (Ann Arbor MI: Sapientia Press of Ave Maria University, 2005) in First Things 160 (February 2006): 50-54.

73. Faithful Reason: Essays Catholic and Philosophical by John Haldane (London and New York: Routledge, 2004) in American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 80/2 (2006): 310-13.

72. Karl Jaspers: A Biography–Navigations in Truth by Suzanne Kirkbright (London and New York: Yale Univ. Press, 2004) in International Philosophical Quarterly 45/4 (2005): 548-50.

71. Metaphysics by D. Q. McInerny (Elmhurst PA: The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, 2004) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 105/10 (2005): 78-79.

70. Moral Theology in an Age of Renewal: A Study of the Catholic Tradition since Vatican II by Paulinus Ikechukwu Odozor, C.S.Sp. (Notre Dame IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2003) in Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly 27/4 (2004): 38-39.

69. The Impact on Philosophy of Semiotics by John Deely (South Bend IN: St. Augustine’s Press 2003) in IPQ 44/4 (2004): 596-98.

68. La Condition Chrétienne: Du monde sans en être.  By Paul Valadier (Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 2003) in Theological Studies 65/3 (2004) 685.

67. Thomist Realism and the Linguistic Turn: Toward a More Perfect Existence by John F. O’Callaghan (Notre Dame IN: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 2003) in Essays in Philosophy 5/2 (June 2004), online: http://www.humboldt.edu/~essays/koterskirev.html.

66. Ethics and Theological Disclosures: The Thought of Robert Sokolowski, ed. Guy Mansini, O.S.B. and James G. Hart (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America Press, 2003) in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (February 2004), http://ndpr.icaap.org/content/archives/2004/02.02.

65. Philosophy of Being: A Reconstructive Essay in Metaphysics by Oliva Blanchette (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America Press, 2003) in Review of Metaphysics 57/3 (2004): 605-07.

64. The First Grace: Rediscovering the Natural Law in a Post-Christian World by Russell Hittinger (Wilmington DE: ISI, 2003) in Theological Studies 64/4 (Dec. 2003): 863-65.

63. Discovering Aquinas: An Introduction to His Life, Work, and Influence by Aidan Nichols (Grand Rapids MI: William B. Eerdmans, 2003) in Crisis 21/8 (Sept. 2003): 53-54.

62. The Unspoken Word: Negative Theology in Meister Eckhart’s German Sermons by Bruce Milem (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America Press, 2002) in Theological Studies 64/3 (2003): 662.

61. The Mystical Thought of Meister Eckhart: The Man from Whom God Hid Nothing by Bernard McGinn.  The Edward Cadbury Lectures 2000-2001 (New York NY: Crossroad, 2001) in Theological Studies 64/3 (2003): 662.

60. How Can We Know What God Means?  The Interpretation of Revelation by Jorge J. E. Gracia (New York NY: Palgrave, 2001) in Review of Metaphysics 56/3 (2003): 648-49.

59. Real Ethics: Rethinking the Foundations of Morality by John M. Rist (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2002) in First Things 126 (October 2002): 73-74.

58. Who Count as Persons? By John Kavanaugh (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown Univ. Press, 2001) in International Philosophical Quarterly 42/4 (2002): 549-50.

57. On the Virtues by John Capreolus, trans. with intro. and notes by Kevin White and Romanus Cessario, O.P.  (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America Press, 2001) in International Philosophical Quarterly 42/3 (2002): 411-12.

56. Healing the Culture: A Commonsense Philosophy of Happiness, Freedom, and the Life Issues by Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D., with Robin A. Bernhoft, M.D. and Camille E. De Blasi, M.A.  (San Francisco CA: Ignatius Press, 2000) in National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 1/4 (2001): 658-60.

55. Acquaintance with the Absolute: Essays on the Philosophy of Yves R. Simon.  Edited Anthony O. Simon.  Bronx NY: Fordham Univ. Press, 1998 in International Philosophical Quarterly 41 (2001): 244-46.

54. Philosopher at Work: Essays by Yves R. Simon.  Ed. Anthony O. Simon.   Lanham MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999 in International Philosophical Quarterly 41 (2001): 244-46.

53. Placing Aesthetics: Reflections on the Philosophic Tradition by Robert E. Wood (Athens OH: Ohio Univ. Press, 2000) in Review of Metaphysics 54/3 (2001): 184-87.

52. The Revenge of Conscience: Politics and the Fall of Man by J. Budziszewski (Dallas TX: Spence, 1999) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 101/6 (March 2001): 76-78.

51. Natural and Divine Law: Reclaiming the Tradition for Christian Ethics by Jean Porter (Grand Rapids MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1999) in First Things 110 (Feb. 2001): 42-45.

50. The Aquinas Prescription: St. Thomas’s Path to a Discerning Heart, a Sane Society, and a Holy Church by Gerald Vann, O.P. (Manchester NH: Sophia Institute Press, 2000 reprint of the 1940 revised edition) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review.

49. The Evidential Power of Beauty: Science and Theology Meet by Thomas Dubay (San Francisco CA: Ignatius Press, 1999) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 101/4 (Jan. 2001): 75-76.

48. In Defense of Natural Law by Robert P. George (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1999), Natural Law and Moral Inquiry: Ethics, Metaphysics, and Politics in the Work of Germain Grisez, ed. by Robert P. George (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown Univ. Press, 1998), and Natural Law and Public Reason, ed. Robert P. George and Christopher Wolfe (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown Univ. Press, 2000) in Modern Age 42/4 (Fall 2000): 415-18.

47. Knowledge and Faith in Thomas Aquinas by John I. Jenkins (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1997) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 100/10 (July 2000): 78-79.

46. Taking Religious Claims Seriously: A Philosophy of Religion by Warren E. Steinkraus.  Edited by Michael H. Mitias.  Value Inquiry Book Series, vol. 75 (Amsterdam and Atlanta GA: Rodopi, 1998) in Review of Metaphysics 53/3 (March 2000): 733-35.

45. Divine Providence: The Molinist Account by Thomas P. Flint (Ithaca NY: Cornell Univ. Press, 1998) in The Thomist 63/4 (1999): 663-66.

44. Being and Truth by Thomas Langan.  (Columbia MO: Univ. of Missouri Press,1996) in IPQ 39/1 (1999): 94-96.

43. A Most Unlikely God: A Philosophical Enquiry by Barry Miller (Notre Dame IN: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 1996) in Theological Studies 59/2 (1998): 345-46.

42. The Concept of Woman: The Aristotelian Revolution, 750 B.C. – A.D. 1250 by Sister Prudence Allen, R.S.M. (Grand Rapids MI: Eerdmans, 1985, 1997) in America 179/2 (July 18, 1998): 24-26.

41. Explorations in Metaphysics: Being-God-Person by W. Norris Clarke, S.J. (Notre Dame IN: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 1994) in ACPQ 72 (1998): 124-26.

40. Divine Power: The Medieval Power Distinction up to its Adoption by Albert, Bonaventure, and Aquinas by Lawrence Moonan (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994) in IPQ 38/1 (1998): 96-98.

39. Virtue's Own Feature: Shakespeare and the Virtue Ethics Tradition by David N. Beauregard, O.M.V. (Newark DE: University of Delaware Press, 1995) in IPQ 37 (1997): 239-41.

38. Fordham Classics on Disk: George Berkeley's Three Dialogues (New York: Fordham University Press, 1995) in IPQ (1996): 125-26.

37. On Efficient Causality: Metaphysical Disputations 17, 18, and 19 by Francisco Suarez, S.J., translated by Alfred J. Freddoso (New Haven CT: Yale Univ. Press, 1994) and On Beings of Reason (De Entibus Rationis) Metaphysical Disputation LIV by Francisco Suarez, S.J., translated by John P. Doyle (Milwaukee WI: Marquette Univ. Press 1995) in IPQ 36 (1996): 109-11.

36. The Neo-Thomists by Gerald McCool, S.J. (Milwaukee WI: Marquette Univ. Press, 1994) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 96/4 (1996): 72-73.

35. Being and the Between by William Desmond (Albany NY: SUNY Press, 1995) in First Things 57 (Nov. 1995): 66.

34. Analogical Possibilities: How Words Refer to God by Philip A. Rolnick (Atlanta GA: Scholars Press, 1993) in IPQ 35/2 (1995) 228-230.

33. Freedom and Creation in Three Traditions by David B. Burrell, C.S.C. (Notre Dame IN: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 1993) in IPQ 35/1 (1995): 102-03.

32. Athens and Jerusalem: the Role of Philosophy in Theology by Jack A. Bonsor (New York: Paulist Press, 1993) in Theological Studies 55/4 (Dec. 1994): 791.

31. Logic and Other Nonsense: the Case of Anselm and His God by Ermanno Bencivenga (Princeton NJ: Princeton Univ. Press, 1993) in Review of Metaphysics 48/3 (March 1995): 642-43.

30. The Past & the Present, Problems of Understanding: a Philosophical and Historical Enquiry, ed. Andrew Hegarty (Oxford: Grandpont House, 1993) in The Dawson Newsletter 12/4 (1994): 14-15.

29. Quest for the Absolute: the Philosophical Vision of Joseph Maréchal by Anthony M. Matteo.  (DeKalb IL: N. Illinois Univ. Press, 1992) in Review of Metaphysics 48/1 (Sept. 1994): 153-54.

28. Cognition: an Epistemological Inquiry by Joseph Owens, C.Ss.R. (Houston TX: Center for Thomistic Studies, 1992) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 94/1 (Oct 1993): 75-76.

27. From Twilight to Dawn: the cultural vision of Jacques Maritain, ed. Peter A. Redpath (Mishawaka IN: American Maritain Association, 1990) in Reflections 10/3 (Summer 1991): 4.

26. Christ and Reason: an Introduction to Ideas from Kant to Tyrrell by George William Rutler (Front Royal VA.: Christendom  Press, 1990) in Reflections 9/3 (Summer 1990): 4.

25. The Paradoxical Structure of Existence by Frederick D.  Wilhelmsen (Albany NY: Preserving Christian Publications, 1989) in Reflections 8/4 (Fall 1989).

24. Man: Computer, Ape, or Angel? by Larry Azar (Hanover MA: The Christopher Publishing House, 1989) in Reflections 8/2  (Spring 1989): 18.

23. A Critique of the New Natural Law Theory by Russ Hittinger (Notre Dame IN: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 1987) in Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Newsletter 12/2 (1989): 4-6.

22. Being and Predication: Thomistic Interpretations by Ralph McInerny (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America Press, 1986) in Reflections 6/2-3 (1987): 7.

21. Karl Jaspers, Basic Philosophical Writings, Selections, edited  by Edith Ehrlich, Leonard Ehrlich, and George B. Pepper (Athens OH: Ohio Univ. Press, 1986) in Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology 8/1 (1988): 54-59.

20. Chance or Reality, and Other Essays by Stanley L. Jaki  (Washington, D.C.: Univ. Press of America, 1986) in Reflections 6/1 (1987): 13.

19. Cognition and Communication in John of the Cross by Elizabeth Wilhelmsen (Frankfurt-am-Mein & New York: Peter Lang, 1985) in Faith and Reason 12/2 (1986): 160-61.

18. The Existence and Nature of God, ed. Alfred J. Freddoso  (Notre Dame IN: Notre Dame Univ. Press, 1983) in Faith and Reason 10/3 (1984): 253-55.

17. Angels, Apes and Men by Stanley L. Jaki (LaSalle IL: Sugden, 1983) in Reflections II/2 (1983): 18.

16. Neoplatonism and Christian Thought, edited by Dominic J. O'Meara (Norfolk VA: International Society for Neoplatonic Studies,  1982) in Auslegung 9/3 (1982): 351-53.

15. Bonaventure and Aquinas: Enduring Philosophers, edited by Robert W. Shahan and Francis J. Kovach (Norman OK: Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1976) in Auslegung 9/3 (1982): 349-51.

14. The Road of Science and the Ways to God by Stanley L. Jaki  (Chicago IL: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1980) in Reflections I/3 (1982): 22.

13. Nature, Man and Society in the Twelfth Century: Essays on New Theological Perspectives in the Latin West by M.-D. Chenu,  translated by Jerome Taylor and Lester Little (Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1979) in Auslegung 8/3 (1981): 301-02.

12. Albert the Great: Commemorative Essays, edited by Francis J.  Kovach and Robert W. Shahan (Norman OK: Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1980) in Auslegung 8/3 (1981): 302-05.

11. The Theory of Categories by Franz Brentano, translated by Roderick M. Chisholm and Norbert Guterman (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1981) in The New Scholasticism 59/3 (1985): 362-63.

10. John Dewey, The Middle Works, 1899-1924. Volumes 7, 8, 9, 10.  Edited by JoAnn Boydston (Carbondale IL: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, 1979-80) in The New Scholasticism 58/3 (1984): 374-77.

9. The Structure of Being: A Neoplatonic Approach, edited by  R. Baine Harris (Norfolk VA: International Society for  Neoplatonic Studies, 1982) and Neoplatonism and Indian Thought, edited by R. Baine Harris (Norfolk VA: International  Society for Neoplatonic Studies, 1982) in St. Louis Journal of Philosophy II/2 (1982): 97-99.

8. Meaning and Value in Western Thought: A History of Ideas in Western Culture.  Vol. I: The Ancient Foundations by J. Wm. Angell & Robert M. Helm (Washington, D.C.: Univ. Press of  America, 1981) in The Modern Schoolman 60/3 (1983): 205-06.

7. Novitas Mundi: Perception of the History of Being by D. G. Leahy (New York: New York University Press, 1980) in The Modern Schoolman 60/2 (1983): 134.

6. Socrates and Legal Obligation by R. E. Allen (Minneapolis MN: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 1980) in The Modern Schoolman 60/2 (1983): 123-24.

5. Theories and Things by W. V. Quine (Cambridge MA: Harvard Belknap Press, 1981) in St. Louis Journal of Philosophy II/1 (1982): 35-36.

4. From a Realist Point of View: Essays on the Philosophy of Science by William A. Wallace (Washington, D.C.: Univ. Press of America, 1979)  in The New Scholasticism 55/2 (1981): 256-58.

3. God as First Principle in Ulrich of Strasbourg by Francis J. Lescoe (New York: Alba House, 1979) in The New Scholasticism 55/3 (1981): 396-98.

2. Being qua Being: A Theory of Identity, Existence and Predication by Panayot Butchvarov (Indiana Univ. Press, 1979) in The Modern Schoolman 57 (1980): 271-72.

1. Aristotle's de Motu Animalium by Martha Craven Nussbaum  (Princeton NJ: Princeton Univ. Press, 1978) in The Modern Schoolman 58 (1980): 59-63.

 

Other Book Reviews

56. Finis Vitae: Is “Brain Death” True Death? edited by Robert de Mattei, revised edition by Paul A. Byrne, M.D. (Oregon OH: Life Guardian Foundation, 2009 [2006]), in Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly 34/3 (2011): 38-40.

55. Discerning the Will of God: An Ignatian Guide to Christian Decision Making by Timothy M. Gallagher, O.M.V. (New York: Crossroad Books, 2009). Pp. 159. Meditation and Contemplation: An Ignatian Guide to Praying with Scripture by Timothy M. Gallagher, O.M.V. (New York: Crossroad Books, 2008), pp. 107. In Homiletic and Pastoral Review (forthcoming).

54. The Foundations of Religious Life: Revisiting the Vision.  Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious. Notre Dame IN: Ave Maria Press, 2009 in Homiletic and Pastoral Review (forthcoming).

53. Jeff Koloze.  Analysis of the Portrayal of Abortion in American Fiction: Dreiser, Hemingway, Faulkner, Dos Passos, Brautigan, and Irving. (Lewiston ME: Edwin Mellen Press, 2005) in Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly (forthcoming).

52. Dante Alighieri. Paradiso. A verse translation by Robert & Jean Hollander (New York NY: Doubleday, 2007) in Commonweal 125/13 (July 18, 2008): 27-28.

51. Timothy M. Gallagher, O.M.V.   The Discernment of Spirits: An Ignatian Guide for Everyday Living (New York NY: Crossroad, 2005),  The Examen Prayer: Ignatian Wisdom for Our Lives Today (New York NY: Crossroad, 2006), Spiritual Consolation: An Ignatian Guide for the Greater Discernment of Spirits (New York NY: Crossroad, 2007) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 108/5 (2008): 66-68.

50. What Does the Bible Say about the End Times?  A Catholic View by William Kurz, S.J.  (Cincinnati OH: Servant Books, 2004) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 106/5 (February 2006): 70-71.

49. Annulments and the Catholic Church: Straight Answers to Tough Questions by Edward N. Peters (West Chester PA: Ascension Press, 2004) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 105/5 (February 2005): 72-74.

48. Making God the Joy of Our Soul: Homilies of Fr. McLean Cummings (New Hope KY: Catholics United for Life, 2002) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 104/6 (March 2004): 71-72.

47. Thirty Days: On Retreat with the Exercises of St. Ignatius by Paul Mariani (New York NY: Viking Compass, 2002) in Crisis (January 2003): 51-53

46. Staring into Chaos: Explorations in the Decline of Western Civilization by B. G. Brander (Dallas TX: Spence, 1998) in St Austin Review.

45. Champion of Women and the Unborn: Horatio Robinson Storer, M.D. by Frederick N. Dyer (Canton MA: Science History Publ., 1999) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 101/7 (April 2001) 75-78.

44. Faith of the Fatherless: The Psychology of Atheism by Paul Vitz (Dallas TX: Spence Publ. Co., 1999) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 100/8 (May 2000): 76-78.

43. Keeping Faith: Msgr. George A. Kelly’s Battle for the Church, a colloquy edited by Patrick G. D. Riley (Front Royal VA: Christendom Press, 2000) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review.

42. The Fish in the Fountain: A Story of Baptism (El Pez de la Fuente: Un Cuento acerca del Bautismo) and The Little Turtledove Finds His Mate: A Story of the Sacrament of Marriage (El Tortolito Encuentra su Compa_era: Un Cuento acerca del Sacramento del Matrimonio), written and illustrated by Miriam A. Lademan and Susan A. Brindle, translated into Spanish by Carmen Ana Emmanuelli Klosterman (Lewisburg TN: Precious Life Books, 1997) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 99/4 (Jan. 1999): 70.

41. The Holy Spirit, Lord and Giver of Life, prepared by the Theological-Historical Commission for the Great Jubilee of the Year 2000, translated from the Italian by Agostino Bono. New York NY: Crossroad Herder, 1997) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 99/4 (Jan. 1999): 72-74.

40. My Guardian Dear: A Story of the Angels by Miriam Lademan and Susan Brindle, with translation into Spanish by Carmen Klosterman (Lewisburg TN: Precious Life Books, 1996).  Father Phillip Tells a Ghost Story: A Story of Divine Mercy by Miriam Lademan and Susan Brindle, with translation into Spanish by Carmen Klosterman (Lewisburg TN: Precious Life Books, 1996).  Children’s Stations of the Cross by Susan Andrews Brindle, Joan Andrews Bell, and Miriam Andrews Lademan, with translation into Spanish by William Andrews (Lewisburg TN: Precious Life Books, 1997) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 98/10 (July 1998): 76-77.

39. Tragedy Under Grace: Reinhold Schneider on the Experience of the West by Hans Urs von Balthasar.  A Communio Book (San Francisco CA: Ignatius Press, 1997) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 98/7 (April 1998): 77-79.

38. A Turning Point for Europe? The Church in the Modern World — Assessment and Forecast by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, trans. Brian McNeil (SanFrancisco CA: Ignatius Press, 1994) in Rerum Novarum 1/1 (1995): 21-22.

37. The Fine Delight That Fathers Thought: Rhetoric and Medievalism in Gerard Manley Hopkins by Franco Marucci in Review of Metaphysics 50/1 (Sept. 1996): 170-71.

36. Lovely Lady Dressed in Blue (Bella Dama Vestida en Azul) and The Butterfly That Found Her Way Home (La Mariposa que Encontró el Camino a Casa), written and illustrated by Joan Andrews Bell, Susan Andrews Brindle, and Miriam Andrews Lademan, translated into Spanish by Carmen Klosterman (Elkton MD: Precious Life Books, 1994) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 96/5 (February 1996): 74-75.

35. The Mystery Hidden for Ages in God by Paul M. Quay, S.J. (New York NY: Peter Lang, 1995) in Fidelity 14/10 (1995): 38-39.

34. A Historian and His World: A Life of Christopher Dawson by Christina Scott.  (Originally, London: Sheed and Ward, 1984).  New Brunswick: Transaction, 1991) in Modern Age 38/2 (1996): 189-92.

33. Eucharistic Presence: A Study in the Theology of Disclosure by Robert Sokolowski (Washington, D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America Press, 1994) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 95/6 (March 1995): 72-73.

32. Anglican Difficulties by John Henry Cardinal Newman, with introduction and notes by Stanley K. Jaki (Fraser MI: Real-View Books, 1994) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 95/5 (February 1995): 75-76.

31. Trojan Horse in the City of God: the Catholic Crisis explained by Dietrich von Hildebrand (Manchester NH: Sophia Press, 1993 reprint [1967]) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 95/2 (November 1994): 77-79.

30. The Crisis of Western Education by Christopher Dawson (Steubenville: Franciscan University Press, 1989) and The Rise of World Civilization by Christopher Dawson, edited and annotated by Peter Milward (Toyko: Kenkyusha, 1989) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 94/3 (March 1994): 96-98.

29. Deification in Christ: Orthodox Perspectives on the Nature of the Human Person by Panayiotis Nellas (Crestwood NY: St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1987) in Reflections

28. The Caterpillar that Came to Church: A Story of the Eucharist (La Oruga que Fue a Misa: Un Cuento de la Eucaristia by Irene H. Hooker, Susan Andrews Brindle, and Miriam Andrews Lademan (Huntington IN: Our Sunday Visitor, 1993) in Homiletic and Pastoral Review 93/10 (October 1993): 73.

27. Love Is Stronger than Death by Peter Kreeft (San Francisco CA: Ignatius Press, 1992) in Reflections 11/3 (Winter 1992): 1, 6.

26. The True Meaning of Love: the Beauty and Wisdom of Church Teaching by Fr. Richard J. Rego (St. Paul MN: Leaflet Missal Co., 1990) in Reflections 10/2 (Spring 1991): 16.

25. Cosmos: The World and the Glory of God, trans. by Pierre de  Fontnouvelle (Petersham MA: St. Bede’s Publications, 1988) in Reflections 8/1 (Winter 1989): 17.

24. The Kolbe Reader: The Writings of St. Maximilian M. Kolbe, Fr. Anselm W. Romb, O.F.M. Conv., comm. and ed. (Libertyville IL: Franciscan Marytown Press, 1987) in Reflections 7/2 (1988): 16.

23. Liturgy and Personality by Dietrich von Hildebrandt  (Manchester,  N.H.: Sophia Institute Press, 1986) in Latin Liturgy Association Newsletter #24 (March 1987): 9-10.

22. Midwives to Nazism: University Professors in Weimar Germany, 1925-1933 by Alice Gallin.  Macon GA: Mercer Univ. Press, 1988 in Reflections

21. A Man for Others: Maximilian Kolbe: Saint of Auschwitz by Patricia Treece (Huntington IN: Our Sunday Visitor, 1982) and The Way of My Cross: Masses at Warsaw by Father Jerzy Popieluszko, trans. Fr. Michael Wrenn (Chicago IL: Regnery, 1986) in Reflections 5/3 (1986): 15.

20. Builders of Catholic America by Albert J. Nevins, M.M, (Huntington IN: Our Sunday Visitor, 1985) in Reflections 5/2 (1986): 3.

19. The Lost Empire: The Story of the Jesuits in Ethiopia by Philip Caraman, S.J. (Notre Dame IN: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 1985) and A Pilgrim's Journey: The Autobiography of Ignatius of Loyola, intro., trans. and comm. Joseph N. Tylenda, S.J. (Wilmington DE: Michael Glazier, 1985) in Reflections 5/1 (1986): 6.

18. A Moral Evaluation of Surgical Sex-Reassignment by Rev. Anthony Mastroeni (Rome: Pontifical Univ. of St. Thomas, 1981) in Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Newsletter 9/1 (1985): 19-20.

17. Marriage: the Mystery of Faithful Love by Dietrich von Hildebrand  (Manchester NH: Sophia Press, 1984) in Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Newsletter 9/1 (1985): 19.

16. Christianity and the New Age by Christopher Dawson (Manchester NH: Sophia Press, 1985) in Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Newsletter 9/1 (1985): 20-23.

15. John Paul I: The Smiling Pope by a Carmelite Nun (Flemington NJ: St. Teresa’s Press, 1985) in Reflections 4/4 (1985): 2.

14. The Spirit of Solidarity by Josez Tischner, trans. Marek B. Zaleski  and Benjamin Fiore, S.J. (San Francisco CA: Harper & Row, 1984)  in Reflections 4/2 (1985): 3.

13. The Land of Ulro by Czeslaw Milosz, trans. Louis Iribarne (New York: Farrar, Strauss, Giroux, 1984) in Reflections 4/1 (1985): 14.

12. Jerzy Popieluszko: A Martyr for the Truth by Grazyna Sikorska (Grand Rapids MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1985) in Reflections 4/3 (1985): 6.

11. Resonare Christum, vol. 1: 1939-1959.  A Selection from the sermons, addresses, interviews and papers of John J. Cardinal Wright.  Prepared and edited by R. Stephen Almagno, O.F.M. (San Francisco CA: Ignatius Press, 1984) in Reflections 43 (1985): 12.

10. The Sword and the Cross: A History of the Church in Lithuania by  Saulius Suziedelis (Huntington IN: Our Sunday Visitor Press, 1988) in Reflections 7/4 (Fall 1988): 20.

9. The Founding of Christendom, vol. 1 of A History of Christendom by Warren H. Carroll (Front Royal VA.: Christendom Publications, 1985) in Reflections 4/2 (1985): 11.

8. American Catholics: Patriotism and Dissent in War and Peace, ed. Christopher J. Kauffman, as U.S. Catholic Historian 4/1 (1984) in Reflections 4/2 (1985): 3.

7. A Warsaw Diary, 1978-1981 by Kazimierz Brandys, tr. Richard  Lourie (New York NY: Random House, 1983) and A Freedom Within: The Prison-Notes of Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski,  trans. Barbara Krzywicki-Heburt and Rev. Walter J. Ziemba  (New York NY: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1983) in Reflections 4/2 (1985): 2.

6. Pope John Paul II: An Authorized Biography by Lord Longford (New York NY: Wm. Morrow, 1982) in Reflections 3/1 (1984): 6.

5. The Christian Personalism of John Paul II by Rev. Ronald D. Lawler (Chicago IL: Franciscan Herald Press, 1982) in Faith and Reason 9/1 (1983): 79-83.

4. The Angels and Their Mission, according to the Fathers of the Church by Jean Danielou, S.J., trans. David Heimann (Westminster MD: Christian Classics, 1982) in Reflections 2/3 (1983): 2.

3. The Angels and Us by Mortimer Adler (Macmillan, 1982) in Chronicles of Culture 6/8 (1982): 39.

2. Sources of Renewal: The Implementation of Vatican II by Karol Wojtyla (Pope John Paul II) (New York NY: Harper & Row, 1979) in Faith and Reason 8/4 (1982): 346-48.

1. Joseph: The Man Closest to Jesus by Fr. Francis Filas, SJ (St. Paul Editions, 1962, reprinted (1982) in Reflections 1/2 (1982): 7.