Faith Crisis and a Franciscan Response, with guest Daniel P. Horan, St. Mary's College

December 06, 2021 00:52:48
Faith Crisis and a Franciscan Response, with guest Daniel P. Horan, St. Mary's College
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Faith Crisis and a Franciscan Response, with guest Daniel P. Horan, St. Mary's College
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Show Notes

Daniel P. Horan is Director of the Center for Spirituality and Professor of Philosophy and Religion at St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana. He’s the author of several books, most recently A White Catholic’s Guide to Racism and Privilege and The Way of the Franciscans: A Prayer Journey through Lent, both published in 2021. A Franciscan friar, Dan is also […]

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