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Catholic Studies Assistant Professor Scott Moringiello explains his Spring Quarter course CTH 266: Contemporary Catholic Memoir. In this course, students will encounter seven contemporary writers whose work recounts their struggles in coming to know who they are. These struggles always occurred within a community and between the writer and his understanding of God. As the writers came to a deeper understanding of themselves, they came to a deeper understanding of their relationship to and responsibility for others. These authors are models for all who seek answers to questions about oneself and one's relationship to God.