"The fundamental polarity of human life between what is and what ought to be, between lack and fulfillment, between determination and freedom, is not abnormal; it is the norm. Every person is exposed to it because of the inescapable structure of human formation." (Adrian van Kaam, The Transcendent Self, Dimension Books, 1979, 172.)

My Last Lecture

JMichaelHimesFather Michael Himes, a priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, New York. Fr. Himes is a theologian currently teaching theology at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. He served as professor and academic dean of the Seminary of Immaculate Conception on Long Island, New York, and as associate professor of theology at the University of Notre DameFather Michael Himes, a priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, New York. Fr. Himes is a theologian currently teaching theology at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. He served as professor and academic dean of the Seminary of Immaculate Conception on Long Island, New York, and as associate professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame. He was invited to think about what he would say if it was his last lecture. Watch the video.