Catholics and scholarship; a symposium on the development of scholars edited by John A. O'Brien, with a preface by the Most Reverend John T. McNicholas, and an introduction by the Most Reverend Hugh C. Boyle.

[Huntington, Ind., Our Sunday visitor, 1939] .

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Subjects Catholic Church -- United States -- Education.
Learning and scholarship -- United States.
Description 256 p. 21 cm.
Contents The present situation: Catholics and scholarship, by J.A. O'Brien.--Catholics on university faculties, by J.A. O'Brien.--Catholics and cultural leadership, by J.A. O'Brien.--Speaking from experience, by Philip Burke.--Scholars have stomachs, by J.E. West [i.e. G.N. Kramer].--Picking up the pieces, by J.A. O'Brien.--The development of natural scientists: The passport of scholarship, by H.S. Taylor.--Filling the gap in science by K.F. Herzfeld.--Stimulating research in our universities, by J.P. Donaghey.--Ways and means of developing Catholic scientists, by J.A. Reyniers.--The Institutum divi Thomae, by G.S. Sperti, C.A. Miller and J.R. Loofbourow.--Eminence in the social sciences: The path to eminence in economics, by D.A. McCabe.--Enhancing Catholic prestige, by J.G. Kerwin.--Constructive measures for scholarship: The Catholic high school and scientific research by J.M. Cooper.--The conservation of our educational resources, by W.J. Bergin.--The story of the Catholic round table of science chapters, by F.P. LeBuffe.--The porspect for Catholic literature: The prospect of Catholic literature by F.X. Talbot.--The development of Catholic writers, by Matthew Smith.--Training youth for authorship, by d.A. Lord.--A final word, by the editor.
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