Religious Liberty and the Hermeneutic of Continuity, with Michael Dunnigan

Michael Dunnigan discusses his book Religious Liberty and the Hermeneutic of Continuity: Conservation and Development of Doctrine at Vatican II. He addresses issues such as the foundation of religious liberty, whether Vatican II changed Catholic teaching, and what Dignitatis humanae is most fundamentally about.

R. Michael Dunnigan (JD, Georgetown University; JCD, Pontifical University of the Holy Cross) is associate professor of canon law at Saint Meinrad Seminary, having previously practiced both civil and canon law. His research interests include the rights of the faithful, comparative law, and doctrinal development.


Year Published
  • 2024
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