Rev. Msgr. Richard M. Liddy, Ph.D. 

Richard Liddy is the University Professor of Catholic Thought and Culture at Seton Hall
University. He is also the Director of the Center for Catholic Studies at Seton Hall, a
center that includes three institutes: the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute, the G.K.
Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture and the Micah Institute for Business and
Economics. He is also a member of the Religious Studies department at Seton Hall. He was
a student of Bernard Lonergan in Rome and he has published two books on Lonergan:
Transforming Light: Intellectual Conversion in the Early Lonergan (1993) and Startling
Strangeness: Reading Lonergan’s Insight (2006). He is the editor of The Lonergan Review
published at Seton Hall University, including Vol 1, Generalized Empirical Method:
Perspectives from Bernard Lonergan (Spring 2009) and Vol. 2, Forging a New Economic
Paradigm: Perspectives from Bernard Lonergan, (Spring 2010). 

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Art Education: Perspectives from Lonergan, Langer and Maslow, Attraverso l’arte: Percorsi filosofici ed esperienze educative (2013)

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A Catholic Core Curriculum, Longergan Workshop: Ongoing Collaboration in the Year of St. Paul (2012)
 

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Catholicity and Faculty Seminars, In Search of the Whole: Twelve Essays on Faith and Academic Life (2011)
 

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Changing Our Minds: Bernard Lonergan and Climate Change, Confronting the Climate Crisis: Catholic Theological Perspectives (2011)
 

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Ignatius, Lonergan, and the Catholic University, Lonergan Workshop: Lonergan & Loyola "I Will Be Propitious to You in Rome" (2011)