In a recent edition of The Catholic Herald, Arlington’s diocesan newspaper, Alumnus Michael Horne, Psy.D. (2007), discusses how faith impacts his role as a psychologist.
On Friday, June 7, 2013, John Varieur, a 2012 master’s graduate of IPS, returned to campus as a presenter for our “Living the Call” series.
Fr. Romanus Cessario, OP, and The Institute for the Psychological Sciences honored the memory of Dominican Father Benedict Ashley, who died after a brief illness on February 23rd of this year.
Mother Agnes Mary Donovan, SV, one of the first to respond to John Cardinal O’Connor’s inspiration to found the Sisters of Life, adressed the 2013 IPS graduating class.
This volume builds a bridge that permits a conversation between the best of the psychological sciences and the Catholic tradition.
The final writings of renowned theologian and former IPS faculty member Benedict Ashley, O.P. (1915-2013), are now available in the newly released Healing for Freedom: A Christian Perspective on Personhood and Psychotherapy.