25 Years of Challenging Secularism in the Social Sciences
For 25 years, the Society of Catholic Social Scientists has increased awareness of the Church’s important social influences and challenged the modern, secularized approach to the social sciences, the Society’s co-founder Dr. Stephen Krason told The Cardinal Newman Society.
On the occasion of the organization’s 25th anniversary, the Newman Society sought Dr. Krason’s outlook on Catholic education and research today, while praising the great work of the SCSS.
“Steve Krason and the impressive Catholic scholars he gathers around him every year are doing such a tremendous service for the Church,” said Newman Society President Patrick Reilly, an SCSS member. “We congratulate and