How can people pursue goodness, truth, and beauty, even as they encounter evil? The Catholic intellectual tradition offers responses to this question in theology, philosophy, literature, history, law, the arts, the sciences, education and the Church’s pastoral practice. What forms does evil take today in the work of the Church and in the use of civil authority; in culture, economics, and politics; and among adherents of different religions and worldviews? What can people learn from the Catholic intellectual tradition to spur the pursuit of goodness, truth, and beauty not only in spite of, but even through the encounter with evil?
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