- 1. A New Paradigm for Values Education: Researching its Power and Promise
- 2. Altruism and Christian Love
- 3. Altruism, Civic Virtue, and Religion
- 4. Beneath the Robe: Personal Values & Judicial Ethics.
- 5. Better Family Values: A New Paradigm for Family Policy Can Bridge the Partisan Gap
- 6. Biology, Ethics, and Narrative in Christian Family Theory
- 7. Can Virtue Be Taught? Education, Character, and the Soul
- 8. Chastening Liberalism
- 9. Civility
- 10. Commitment and Critical Inquiry [editorial]
- 11. Common Fire: Lives of Commitment in a Complex World
- 12. Dreaming Ambitious Dreams: The Values Program at Le Moyne College
- 13. Family Values and the New Paternalism
- 14. From Consumers to Citizens: Higher Education and Religion on the New Commons
- 15. God and Mammon in America
- 16. ISACC: Integrating Student Affairs Practice and Catholic Identity
- 17. Moral Freedom: The Search for Virtue in a World of Choice.
- 18. Poor Richard's Principle: Recovering the American Dream through the Moral Dimension of Work, Business, & Money
- 19. Practicing Our Faith: A Guide for Conversation, Learning, and Growth
- 20. Practicing Our Faith: A Way of Life for a Searching People
- 21. Practicing Theology with Youth: An Edited Collection of Essays
- 22. Reflections on Theological Education as Character Formation
- 23. Rethinking Materialism: Perspectives on the Spiritual Dimension of Economic Behavior
- 24. Skewness Explained: A Rational Choice Model of Religious Giving
- 25. Spiritual Awareness and the Formation of Character
- 26. Spiritual Formation and Theological Education
- 27. The Call of Service: A Witness to Idealism.
- 28. The Education of Practical Theologians
- 29. The Family and the Male Problematic
- 30. The Institute for Student Affairs at Catholic colleges: Report of a Social Action Project and Contextual Essay
- 31. The Values Program at Le Moyne College
- 32. Theological Commitment and American Religious History
- 33. Theological Education as Character Formation
- 34. Theological Education as Character Formation?
- 35. Visions and Values in Catholic Higher Education
- 36. What Does It Mean To Teach From A Christian Perspective?