The 2017 Touchstone Conference Videos
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France's Reign of Terror & the Witness of the Church Militant
James Hitchcock—Touchstone Senior Editor
Date: Friday, October 13, 2017
James Hitchcock is professor emeritus of history at St. Louis University, his alma mater. He holds M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Princeton University. He writes and lectures frequently on church issues. He is a founding board member of The Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, a senior editor of Touchstone, and a contributor to The Human Life Review. His books include What Is Secular Humanism?, Recovery of the Sacred, the two-volume work The Supreme Court and Religion in American Life (Princeton, 2004), and History of the Catholic Church (Ignatius Press, 2012). The husband of the late Helen Hull Hitchcock, he lives in St. Louis and has four adult daughters.
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