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Patrick Carey

Patrick Carey is an associate professor of theology at Marquette University. He has written for various journals, including The Catholic Historical Review and The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, and his published books include People, Priests and Prelates: Ecclesiastical Democracy and the Tensions of Trusteeism (Notre Dame, 1987) and An Immigrant Bishop: John England's Adaptation of Irish Catholicism to American Republicanism (United States Catholic Historical Society, 1982). He earned his PhD from Fordham University.

MARS HILL AUDIO Journal

Volume 73

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Guests on Volume 73: Richard John Neuhaus, Nigel Cameron, Carlos F. Gomez, and Michael Uhlmann, on the meaning and value of human life, the vocation of medicine, the logic of autonomous individualism, and the temptation of suicide and euthanasia; Patrick Carey, on the perceptive (and peregrinating) thought of Orestes Brownson; John W. O'Malley, on the prophetic, academic, humanistic, and artistic vectors of Western culture; Patricia Owen, on what makes good children's books and on how the Newbery Medal winners have changed over time; Susan Srigley, on the sacramental and incarnational fiction of Flannery O'Connor; and Ralph C. Wood, on Flannery O'Connor as "hill-billy Thomist" and sympathizer with backwoods religion.