The Society of Catholic Social Scientists
~ Members' Accomplishments ~
James Hitchcock, professor of history at St. Louis University, has published History of the Catholic Church from the Apostolic Age to the Third Millenium (Ignatius Press).
 Long time SCSS member Thomas V. Svogun, professor of administration of justice and philosophy and chairman of the philosophy department at Salve Regina University, just published the book The Jurisprudence of Police: Toward A General Unified Theory of Law.  Inspired by the scholastic jurisprudence of St. Thomas Aquinas and drawing on the work of Harold Berman and John Finnis, among others, this ground breaking volume, published by Palgrave Macmillan, is the first to bridge the fields of legal philosophy and police science.  It provides a theoretical framework for analyzing and evaluating law and law enforcement now and well into the future.  The book builds on Svogun’s article “Law’s Virtue” published in the Catholic Social Science Review.  Please consider adding this book to your personal collections and also bringing it to the attention of your academic and local libraries.
Peter J. Colosi, professor of philosophy and moral theology at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood, PA, presents the following video link for your viewing.  Life Affirming Choices, produced by Anteroom Productions in conjuction with the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, The Office for Life & Family. (Dr. Peter J. Colosi, Dr. Maria T. Hillard, Dr. Bob Motley, Steven Bozza). 







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