Description: The Catholic Church values both Faith and Reason and has given rise to extraordinary ideas, especially during the troubled decades of the twentieth century. Robert Royal has studied how Catholic thinking developed in theology, Scripture study and culture through the works of intellectual greats like Edith Stein, Karol Wojtyla, Joseph Ratzinger, GK Chesterton and many more. It has always been the aspiration of the Catholic tradition to unite emotion and intellect, but unless we understand what that tradition has already produced, we will not be able to answer today’s challenges. Robert joins us today to talk about his work.
Robert Royal is founder and president of the Faith and Reason Institute in Washington, DC and the editor-in-chief of TheCatholicThing. He’s the author of many books including “Catholic Martyrs of the Twentieth Century: A Comprehensive Global History” “The God that Did Not Fail” and “A Deeper Vision: The Catholic Intellectual Tradition in the Twentieth Century.” Robert writes and speaks frequently on questions of ethics, culture, religion and politics.
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