11 Jan 2024
Elena Šiaudvytienė’s review of “Catholic Universities of Central, Eastern and Western Europe in a Secularizing World: Experiences and Challenges”
The review of Elena Šiaudvytienė (doctoral student in the Faculty of Social Sciences) of the book “Catholic Universities of Central, Eastern and Western Europe in a Secularizing World: Experiences and Challenges”, edited by Helen Alford, O.P. and Marina Russo, is out in LOGOS journal.
The book “is a very important contribution to a yet not much-researched field of the role of Catholic higher education institutions in contemporary European societies.
It can certainly serve as an inspiration and guidance to any Christian university facing the challenges of an increasingly secularized and uncertain world.
In an even broader sense, the book will appeal to all people who truly care about the common good of the society in which they live.”
The book review: http://www.litlogos.eu/L117/Siaudvytiene_e.html
The entire LOGOS issue No. 117: http://www.litlogos.eu/L117e.html