The 20th century was arguably the most creative period in Catholic thought since the era of the great scholastic theologians of the Middle Ages. As it enters its third millennium, Catholic theology is marked by a many-faceted richness and vitality. This course investigates the central ideas and concerns of key twentieth century thinkers who have shaped the understanding of Catholic faith within contemporary cultures.
- Prerequisites: CLAR 106 and 107.
- Credits: 3