Theology

Terrance Klein March 20, 2019
The question of trust, of giving ourselves to something outside ourselves, is quite fundamental. It goes to the nature of who we are as human beings. One might pose the question this way: Are we clams or clovers?
One of the founders of liberation theology in Latin America said he supports an effort to declare St. Oscar Romero a doctor of the Catholic Church.
John W. O’Malley February 28, 2019
The founder of the Jesuits writes, “What seems to me white, I will believe black if the hierarchical Church so defines.” Let’s unpack that.
Robert P. Imbelli February 22, 2019
Our shared faith in Christ is a precious inheritance that can by no means be taken for granted but must be re-appropriated ever anew.
Zac Davis February 22, 2019
A discussion on our first memories of hell, how it still impacts our lives and our culture, and why it might be easier to describe hell than heaven.
Pope Francis greets a French nun with Down Syndrome during an audience at the Vatican on Oct. 21, 2017. (CNS photo/L'Osservatore Romano)
Joshua Heavin February 22, 2019
People with Down syndrome can accomplish amazing things, but the dignity of the human person is not contingent on measurable achievements.