What is the Catholic Intellectual Tradition (CIT)? What can be its beneficial impact on life in all its aspects, on education, and on research at the beginning of the 21st century? - Nine contributions, written by scholars from Asia, Europe, North and South America, show that the CIT is by no means a traditionalist reaction to a secular, globalized world. Addressing contemporary economical, social, managerial, educational, religious, philosophical, and theological issues, at a local or global level, they also draw on the Judeo-Christian heritage as it has been and is still preserved, transmitted, and developed in the Catholic Church. They show that the CIT is a powerful, creative imagination able to make a life fostering difference in today's world.
Jean Ehret, Dr. phil. (French language and literature), Dr. theol., Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor Sacred Heart University (Luxembourg).
Erwin Möde, Dr. theol. habil., Lic. psych., Professor for Christian Spirituality and Homiletics (Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt), Clinical Psychologist.