Patrick H. Byrne is currently Professor and formerly Chairperson of Philosophy at Boston College. He is the founder and first Director of the Boston College PULSE Program for Service Learning, and is a continuing teacher in the Program. He was Senior Lilly Fellow (1995-96) as well as National Network Board Member for the Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts. His teaching and research/publication interests include philosophy of service learning and social justice; the relationships between science, evolution and religion; and the thought of Bernard Lonergan, Albert Einstein, and Aristotle. His recent publications include: “Discernment and Self-Appropriation: Aristotle, St. Paul, Ignatius and Lonergan,” Divyadaan: Journal of Philosophy and Education (2014), “The Integral Visions of Teilhard and Lonergan: Science, the Universe, Humanity and God,” Teilhard’s Vision for the 21st Century (2014); “Universal Rights or Personal Relations?” in Christianity and Human Rights: Christians and the Struggle for Global Justice; “Foundations of ‘The Ethics of Embryonic Stem Cell Research,” (2008),The Dialogue Between Science and Religion: What We Have Learned from One Another? (2005); “The Good Under Construction and the Research Vocation of a Catholic University,” Catholic Education: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice (2003), Analysis and Science in Aristotle(1997). He has recently completed a manuscript on the ethics of Bernard Lonergan, The Ethics of Discernment: Lonergan’s Foundations for Ethics, and served as a mentor to the Third Cohort of Lilly Graduate Fellows.