Congratulations to Taylor Marshall, Ph.D.Dec 14th, 2011 | By Andrew Preslar | Category: Blog Posts
Like our readers, the writers at Called to Communion have many calls to answer and are in some cases extraordinarily busy in our personal lives. We are so grateful for the opportunity, in this forum, to share our faith in Christ and his Church, to engage in ecumenical dialogue with our separated brothers and sisters, and from time to time to experience the ever-fresh joy of welcoming individuals who have entered into full communion with the Catholic Church.
Our modest venture in some way constitutes a distinct community, of which you are all a part. The ties that bind us together include common interests and concerns, mutually enriching debate, personal encouragement, and even a kind of friendship. It is in this spirit that I am pleased to share with our readers the news that CTC’s Taylor Marshall has successfully defended his dissertation, “Thomas Aquinas on Natural Law and the Twofold Beatitude of Humanity,” and earned his Doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Dallas. This is an outstanding achievement, requiring years of hard intellectual work. I can speak for every member of our project in saying that we rejoice with Dr. Marshall, and are grateful for his partnership and friendship, at Called to Communion and beyond. Congratulations, Dr. Taylor Marshall!
You can read Taylor’s announcement and acknowledgements at his personal blog, Canterbury Tales.