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Infinite Horizon: The Prairie Spirituality of Ronald Rolheiser
Mission and Catholic Identity Publications
  • Michael W. Higgins, Sacred Heart University
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Article
Publication Date
8-27-2014
Abstract

Ronald Rolheiser, president of the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio Texas (but a native of the Saskatchewan prairie), is one of the most popular Catholic spiritual writers and syndicated columnists at work today.

What some critics see as Rolheiser’s complacency, his supposedly uncritical embrace of modern secular society, is actually borne of his remarkable faith and confidence in God’s abiding presence and care. Like the philosopher Charles Taylor, a fellow Canadian and Catholic, Rolheiser is keenly aware that modern liberal values such as tolerance and benevolence, and especially respect for individual dignity and freedom, have deep Christian roots.

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Published: Higgins, Michael W. "Infinite Horizon: The Prairie Spirituality of Ronald Rolheiser." Commonweal 2014 (Aug 27).

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Higgins, Michael W. "Infinite Horizon: The Prairie Spirituality of Ronald Rolheiser." Commonweal 2014 (Aug 27).