Catholic institutions of higher education continue to wrestle with the demands of John Paul II’s Apostolic Constitution, Ex Corde Ecclesiae. This article looks beyond the juridical aspects of implementation and focuses on culture as a way to explore the contribution of Catholic colleges and universities to the broader life of the Church and to the wider academy. Popular culture, with its dependence on visual imagery and entertainment, creates a particular challenge for advancing the unique mission and identity of Catholic institutions.
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D’Souza, M. O. (2002). Ex Corde Ecclesiae, Culture and the Catholic University. Journal of Catholic Education, 6 (2). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol6/iss2/6