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Dr. Michael Baxter, C.S.C Engages with the Question: What Are Catholics Called To Do?
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  • Michael Baxter, C.S.C, University of Notre Dame
  • Alfred Benney, Fairfield University
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Video
Interview Date
6-6-2002
Abstract
What are Catholics called to do? Dr. Michael Baxter identifies the most important task for Catholics is to become the embodiment of the mercy of God. If Catholics do not bring his mercy into the world, then it will simply be a rumor. He adds that it is important to emphasize the good versus the bad and to foster conversation about what is truth.
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Playing Time: 2:31 Minutes

About the interviewee:

The Rev. Dr. Michael J. Baxter, C.S.C, (Ph.D. Duke University, 1996) is Assistant Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame. Baxter is interested in the interrelationship of theology, history, and ethics, with particular attention paid to the morality of war and Christian peacemaking. Baxter's long-term research focuses on the emergence and development of the Americanist Tradition in Catholic Social Ethics from World War I to the present. He has published articles in the DePaul Law Review, Pro Ecclesia, Communio, andThe Thomist, and he co-founded Andre House, a house of hospitality dedicated to serving the poor and homeless of downtown Phoenix. Baxter was a Fellow of the Kroc Institute and he also served as the National Secretary of the Catholic Peace Fellowship.

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Michael Baxter and Alfred Benney. "Dr. Michael Baxter, C.S.C Engages with the Question: What Are Catholics Called To Do?" (2002)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/alfred_benney/147/