Democracy, Culture, Catholicism: Voices from Four Continents
Prof. Michael Schuck and Loyola Ph.D. John Crowley-Buck participated in a lunch seminar at DePaul University to discuss Democracy, Culture, Catholicism: Voices from Four Continents, a book which they co-edited. The book is the result of a recent three-year international research project and showcases essays from Indonesia, Lithuania, Peru, and the U.S. which explore how, since the 1800s, these nations—each in its own very unique way—have experienced times of political, social, and religious oppression, oscillating between periods of liberation, tolerance, and religious freedom.
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