Cyril O'Regan

Cyril O'Regan is the Catherine F. Huisking Chair in Theology at the University of Notre Dame. His latest book is the first installment of a multi-volume intellectual history of Gnosticism in modernity, The Anatomy of Misremembering, Volume 1: Hegel.

Articles

  1. Newman and the Dis-Asters of Modernity

      Cyril O'Regan, University of Notre Dame Huisking Chair in Theology, explains John Henry Newman's contribution to the present age.  

    1280px Th Odore Gudin Le Naufrage

  2. The Founding Violence That Never Ends

    Cyril O'Regan, ND Huisking Chair of Theology, contemplates American history through Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian.

    1280px What An Unbranded Cow Has Cost By Frederic Remington 1895

  3. Aquinas in Ecstasy

    Cyril O'Regan, ND Huisking Chair of Theology, encapsulates a recent ecstatic ressourcement of Aquinas's theology.

    Zurbaran Thomas Aquinas

  4. Renewing Nouvelle Théologie

    Cyril O'Regan, ND Huisking Chair of Theology, makes evident why nouvelle théologie answers the questions raised by Charles Taylor in A Secular Age.

    1280px Joseph Mallord William Turner British Modern Rome Campo Vaccino Google Art Project 1

  5. The Gift of Modernity

    Cyril O'Regan, University of Notre Dame Catherine F. Huisking Chair in Theology, distinguishes the cheerers, weepers, and shadow-seers of modernity.

    Hopper Nighthawks E1521490075769

  6. A God Passionately Interested in Human Beings

    Cyril O'Regan, Huisking Professor of Theology at Notre Dame, explains why Benedict XVI's Deus Caritas Est is one of the greatest encyclicals ever written.

    El Lavatorio Tintoretto E1529202269376

  7. Thomas More: Saint in a Time of Political and Cultural Crisis

    Saints are lights; lights flash and flare, sometimes in their own time, and sometimes later as what was hidden comes to the light. The acceptance of this light is no more automatic than the acceptance of the most effulgent light of all, ...

    1024px Hans Holbein The Younger Sir Thomas More Google Art Project