In Depth with Richard John Neuhaus
The Rev. Richard John Neuhaus was interviewed about his life and work as a theologian, as well as his publications on religion and… read more
The Rev. Richard John Neuhaus was interviewed about his life and work as a theologian, as well as his publications on religion and politics. A video clip was shown of his office is New York City. He also responded to telephone calls, faxes, and electronic mail from viewers.
Father Neuhaus, a priest in the Archdiocese of New York, was the president of the Institute on Religion and Public Life and editor-in-chief of First Things: The Journal of Religion, Culture, and Public Life, the institute’s monthly magazine. A former regular contributor to National Review, he wrote and spoke regularly on a wide range of issues, including: the Catholic Church, morality in America, efforts to combat terrorism, and secularism. His “Public Square” columns on such topics appear monthly in First Things. In 2005, Time magazine called Father Neuhaus one of the 25 most influential evangelicals in America.
His books include: Doing Well and Doing Good: The Challenge to the Christian Capitalist, Freedom for Ministry, The Naked Public Square: Religion and Democracy in America, Appointment in Rome: The Church in America Awakening, Death on a Friday Afternoon: Meditations on the Last Words of Jesus, and As I Lay Dying: Meditations Upon Returning. close
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