Madigan, Patrick 1945-
MADIGAN, Patrick 1945-
PERSONAL: Born September 24, 1945, in Washington, DC. Education: Boston College, A.B., 1967; Tulane University, M.A., 1969, Ph.D., 1972.
CAREER: Entered the Society of Jesus (Jesuits); ordained Roman Catholic priest.
The Modern Project to Rigor: Descartes to Nietzsche, University Press of America (Lanham, MD), 1986.
Christian Revelation and the Completion of the Aristotelian Revolution, University Press of America (Lanham, MD), 1988.
Aristotle and His Modern Critics: The Uses of Tragedy in the Nontragic Vision, University of Scranton Press (Scranton, PA), 1992.
Penance, Contemplation, and Service: Pivotal Experiences of Christian Spirituality, Liturgical Press (Collegeville, MN), 1994.
(Translator of German text) Saint Hildegard, Holistic Healing, edited by Mary Palmquist and John Kulas, Liturgical Press (Collegeville, MN), 1994.
(Translator) Miguel M. Garijo-Guembe, Communion of the Saints: Foundation, Nature, and Structure of the Church, Liturgical Press (Collegeville, MN), 1994.
(Translator from the French) Louis-Marie Chauvet, Symbol and Sacrament: A Sacramental Reinterpretation of Christian Existence, Liturgical Press (Collegeville, MN), 1995.
The Completion of the Project of the West, and Its Romantic Sequel: Essays in the History of Western Culture, University of Scranton Press (Scranton, PA), 2003.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
National Catholic Reporter, March 24, 1995, William C. Graham, review of Penance, Contemplation, and Service: Pivotal Experiences of Christian Spirituality, p. 12.*
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