Patrick Fagan

Patrick Fagan is the William H. G. Fitzgerald Research Fellow in Family and Cultural Issues at The Heritage Foundation, where he studies the relationship between family, community, and social problems. His past professional posts include serving as a family therapist and as a clinical psychologist. He pursued doctoral studies at The American University and earned his master's degree in psychology from University College Dublin.


Volume 49

Guests on Volume 49: David Lyon, on the reconfiguration of religion against the backdrop of communication technologies and consumerism; Christopher Wolfe, on homosexuality in American public life; Patrick Fagan, on how sexuality became separated from parenthood; Joseph E. Davis, on the struggle to preserve the self in a fragmenting era; Morris Berman, on The Twilight of American Culture; Frank Burch Brown, on Good Taste, Bad Taste, and Christian Taste: Aesthetics in Religious Life; Robert K. Johnston, on neglected opportunities for film and theology to interact; and Ralph C. Wood, on the peculiar heroism of Frodo Baggins of Bag End.