September 17, 2007
As a seminarian from 1960 to 1964 and as a priest from 1969 to 1971, I studied theology at the Gregorian University in Rome. One of the lessons I learned from several of the Jesuit professors there was the importance of attending to the historical circumstances surrounding the doctrinal pronouncemen
Read part 1 of this discussion.
Your reflections confirm my view that no one old enough to remember the events and issues treated in The Camden
In its notification on two works by Jon Sobrino, S.J., the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith recalls and re-affirms some utterly basic Christian teachings about Jesus Christ—above all, that Jesus was truly divine and fully human. Such doctrines, embodied in the Nicene-Constantinopolit
A Great Mitzvah In Lovingly Observant (6/18), Susannah Heschel beautifully expressed why her fathers writings touched the hearts and minds of so many peopleJews and Christians alike. If ever there was a crystalline example of what Hans Urs von Balthasar called kneeling theology, it was Abraham Joshu